Photo source: @YazminLaceyMusic
Moving Lines, the volunteer-run collective that channels London’s cultural diversity into an exciting series of fundraising events, returns with its first outing of 2018 – a celebration of women in the arts. From the worlds of jazz and soul to printmaking and performance poetry, Moving Lines is gathering an impressive line-up of talented, pioneering artists to support IMECE Women’s Centre in its mission to empower BMER women within their local community.
From a selection of world foods and unique crafts on sale, to music from a traditional Turkish choir, Yazmin Lacey and Shy One; workshops led by Bananasharma and Hollaback London, exhibitions of local female artists, spoken word performance and discussions featuring organisations such as Hollaback and Afghan Women in the Diaspora, MLIII: Celebrating Women in the Arts promises to engage and inspire.
Photo source: @ShyOneBeats
When: Saturday, 14th April, 15:00 – late.
Where: T Chances, Tottenham - 399 High Rd, London N17 6QN
Who’s it for: Anyone passionate about art, music, culture and humanitarian issues.
Why: To support and raise money for IMECE, the Islington women’s centre that aims to empower BME and refugee women
Tickets: £12 + voluntary donation.
What is Moving Lines?
Moving Lines is a volunteer-run collective that aims to:
GATHER people together to share ideas and experiences.
CELEBRATE cultural diversity and create a community around shared interests and values.
EMPOWER artists, performers and activists by giving them a platform to reach new audiences.
CHANGE perceptions and make an impact, through raising both awareness and funds for the organisations we support.
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