Stop Hatred Now 2020 festival starting online today (11.) at UCT +3 17:00 on Zoom video platform!It'll soon be time to start the second part of the day that deals with feminist futures and feminist leaderships. The event starts off with Tiina Rosenberg's keynote speech where she will discuss her experiences with leading big institutions in a feminist way.
The day ends with Satu Herrala and Eva Neklyaeva's discussion about their experience of leadership as curators and leaders of both projects and institutions. How to treat intuition as knowledge? What is the value of pleasure, and can fiction be an institutional strategy?
Join us in learning about how to be a feminist leader!
17:00–17:30 Introduction | Olga Palo & Sonya Lindfors (UrbanApa) // ENG 17:30–18:15 Keynote | Tiina Rosenberg (Stockholm University) // ENG 18:15–19:00 Talk | The future will be feminist! – On feminist leadership // Satu Herrala & Eva Neklyaeva // ENG
Tuesday // Tiistai 12.5. // 12:30–17:45 Back to basics – why do we need new standards?
12:30–13:00 Welcome words and a small introduction // Sonya Lindfors (UrbanApa) with Ali Akbar Mehta & Marianne Savallampi (both from Museum of Impossible Forms) 13:00–13:30 Talk | Working towards an intersectional standard // Delfin Idänpään-Heikkilä (Fem-R) // ENG 13:30–14:00 Talk | Mythological Migrations: Imagining Queer Muslim Utopias // Abdullah Qureshi // ENG 14:00–14:30 Break / Tauko 14:30–14:50 Talk | CC: all // Jessie Bullivant // ENG 14:50–15:00 Break / Tauko 15:00–15:45 Reflections | Delfin Idänpään-Heikkilä (Fem-R), Abdullah Qureshi & Nitin Sood (Helsingin kaupunki) // ENGHow can you work with conflict from afar?
Through a relay of selected texts, a group of Helsinki-based artists and filmmakers reflect on what it means to work with and through conflict when it is happening at a distance, both in terms of time as well as geographical distance – recorded in an audiovisual format.