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Alaa Satir interviewed by Lluna Rebel, independent feminist art media

Alaa Satir interviewed by Lluna Rebel, independent feminist art media

Interview with Alaa Satir  Drawings using humour from a feminist viewpoint to make reflect on gender, race and religion Alaa Satir, sudanese illustrator and graphic designer in residence at Jiwar with the second edition of the Xabaca project. We invite you to watch her interview with Lluna Rebel (in catalan with English subtitles).
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Sondos Shabayek interviewed by the catalan TV

Sondos Shabayek interviewed by the catalan TV

Interview with Sondos Shabayek: “We internalize the voices of our sorroundings and we become our own censors” The Egyptian journalist, scriptwriter, writer and dramatist, in residence at Jiwar for the second edition of the Xabaca project, offered her perspective in the Més 3/24 program of the Catalan state TV. You can watch the interview (in catalan) here...
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Alaa Satir, cartoonist and illustrator

Alaa Satir, cartoonist and illustrator

Alaa Satir is a Sudanese cartoonist from Khartoum, graduated as an architect from the University of Khartoum. She is currently working as graphic designer, illustrator and cartoonist. Various offices and NGOs used her visual art. She made her first personal exhibition in 2017 called Morning Doodles, addressing topics like feminism, social media and politics . She...
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Sondos Shabayek, writer and theater direcctor

Sondos Shabayek, writer and theater direcctor

Sondos Shabayek is the Director of The BuSSy project: a performing arts project that documents gender based stories and presents them on stage. She is also the Founder & Director of Tahrir Monologues (a performance of true stories from Egypt’s revolution). She wrote and directed award winning ‘Girl’ a short film about harassment in Cairo. She also...
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Art and feminism in the city. Round table "Artists against censorphip and self censorhip"

Art and feminism in the city. Round table “Artists against censorphip and self censorhip”

Second edition of XABACA project Round table with the selected artists 2018 Sondos Shabayek (El Cairo) & Alaa Satir (Khartum) Monday 12th November at 19h IEMed, C. Girona, 20 “Artists against censorship and self censorship. The role of female artists as agents for social change in diverse contexts of creation” Free entry. Presentation in English with simultaneous translation into Catalan. @Jana Trabulsi The writer, storyteller, performer and...
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Souths. Artists from the global South

Souths. Artists from the global South

Collective exhibition Centre cívic Ateneu Fort Pienc EXTENDED!!! From 7th to 10th December Opening 6th November 19.30h Guided visit 19th November 19.30h Mondays – Fridays 10h-20h Saturdays 10h14h and 16h-20h Address: pl. Fort Pienc 4-5 Jiwar has developed, over its 7 years of existence, an international artists’ residency program, from which artists from all over...
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Tea for five- Opium Clippers, Neja Tomšič performance

Tea for five- Opium Clippers, Neja Tomšič performance

Tea for five
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Project Memory and City. Looking for participants

Project Memory and City. Looking for participants

Memory and City. Project en curs Jiwar-Elif Gülen We are looking for people from the city of Barcelona who are 70 or older and who live in the house where they were born or they grew up as kids, to be interviewed and photographed at home. At the fifth edition of the project Making neighbourhood (2017)...
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Mediterranean of talents and desires

Mediterranean of talents and desires

Exhibition of the Mediterranean artists’ collection of Jiwar in Valencia  Opening of the exhibition the 4th October 2018 with Emili Payà (Octubre CCC director), Chene Gómez (CREART founder), Mireia Estrada (Jiwar co-founder and director), Maite Ibáñez (Mostra Viva) The works that you will see in this exhibition and its contexts of creation deeply mark our identity as a...
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Ng'endo Mukii, independent filmmaker

Ng’endo Mukii, independent filmmaker

  Ng’endo Mukii is an award-winning film director, most well known for film ‘Yellow Fever’. Her documentary-animation exploring Western influences on African women’s ideals of beauty. Ng’endo focuses on relationships and the separation between perception and reality. At the prestigious Design Indaba conference (2015), she gave a presentation, ‘Film Taxidermy and Re-Animation,’ proposing the use...
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