Sheroes–Revoluciones is returning to continue the fight against Violence against Women* and Girls with a new online project created for Women’s Herstory Month and beyond.

The Covid-19 crisis has brought to the fore the plethora of forms of violence that women are still subject to today and thus, Sheroes–Revoluciones is needed more than ever.

This time around, our aim is to continue to feed into this very much needed conversation through more insightful art from sheroic women artists and a series of online events to address social questions around gender-based violence and empower us all through the arts.

The project will include:

– an arts exhibition including Sheroes-Revoluciones 2019 artists and some new additions.
– a collage workshop to “change the narrative”.
two panel talks that, through the voices of women in the academia, public figures, artists and activists, will provide a space for reflection on the following topics: “Violence Against Women and Girls and the State” and “What is Next for Feminism”.
– an art discussion to rethink the way women have been – and still are – portrayed in our visual history and its violent side effects.


Join us for a series of talks and workshops led by women in the academia, public figures, artists and activists.

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Since November 2019 is a long way back, here you have our re-cap video for you to remember what happened during the launch of Sheroes-Revoluciones at Ugly Duck.

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Sheroes is a collaborative project that highlights hidden herstories through the arts.

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