Are you a woman working in digital, tech or creative industries? Come and join us for a whole day with our fantastic speakers, talking about their extraordinary journeys in work, business and life. We are celebrating International Women’s Day 2023!Come and be inspired, make connections and learn something new. Speakers include Natasha Hampshire, service designer, UX researcher and co-author of ‘Mastering Collaboration in a Product Team’ and Reshma Sapre, strategist, content director, voice over actor, children’s author and screen writer.
To encourage women to take a greater role in digital by creating a platform that promotes digital community events organised by women for women.
Reigning Women is an annual genre-spanning mini-season of shows and events that are all about celebrating the kick-ass women that are strutting their stuff on the scene at the moment. We offer a platform for both established artists and rising stars to showcase their amazing talents. Not only that, we’ve managed to raise thousands of pounds for local charities and good causes, including Brighton Women’s Centre, RISE and Lewes FC.
Join facilitators Jacqueline Ann Surin, Sarah Scarratt, and other women to hear stories of how we know when we’re not safe, and what actions and behaviours keep us and other women safe. Leave with insights and strategies for yourself and other women.
Have you ever felt like you don’t belong? Like your friends or colleagues are going to discover you’re a fraud, and you don’t actually deserve your job and accomplishments? These feelings are known as Imposter Syndrome and up to 70% of us will struggle with it at some point in our lives. Led by Sarah Scarratt and Rachel Gilmore from We Are Clean, both experienced facilitators. This 60 minute session is open to anyone who is interested. This is a participatory workshop so we ask that people come willing to learn, share and have their cameras on (where possible).
In 2023 our lineup of speakers is set to take the conversation to a whole new level. Together we’ll explore the many complexities of gender in the modern world, and position feminism as a force for the good of everyone.
Join us on 15 March for a Xero Training Workshop with Emma Hardwick, Head of Plus Advisory, as part of the Spring Forward Festival. This event is aimed at entrepreneurs, freelancers and business owners, however, anyone is welcome to come along.If you’re moving to digital software or already using it, and want to get the most from this financial investment, you can do so in this Workshop;
Did you miss our last Creative production event for women of colour? We’re doing it again with BAFTA-nominated immersive storyteller Myra Appannah of BRiGHTBLACK fame! Come along to a FREE workshop. Come with an open mind and spirit, if you’re interested or just curious in film, tv, theatre, or gaming… representation matters! FOR WOMEN OF COLOUR ONLY. Many thanks to Balsamiq, Refigure Ltd, and Brighton and Hove Council for making this event possible.
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