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Are you a feminist activist?
Are you an artist, performer, filmmaker, photographer or designer?
Are you a writer, storyteller, poet, illustrator, campaigner or visual artist?
Are you a technologist, digital activist, digital artist, animator or app developer?

Does your work bridge art, feminism and social justice?
Does your work inspire and provoke?
Is your work playful, entertaining or edgy?
YES?
Then this call is for you.
guidelines
  • Submission
  • scholarship
  • Selection
● Submission Deadline: 11 January 2019
● Selected applications will be announced: 25 January 2019
● The call for submission is for creative expressions and formats related to themes of the reconference.
● Applications can be submitted by individuals, groups or organisations.
● All applications must be submitted in English.
● All non- English video submissions must have English subtitles.
● Copyrights of any submitted artwork will remain with the artist. 
● A combination of simultaneous and whisper interpretation through info-port will be available at reconference (Hindi, Bengali, Spanish, French, Arabic).
● reconference will be accessible for people with disabilities. 
● Full and partial scholarships will be provided to selected applicants.
● reconference encourages applications from:
       o Trans, gender non-conforming and non-binary people
       o Intersex people
       o LBQ women
       o Sex workers
       o Women and girls with disabilities
       o Young feminists

● Full scholarship includes travel, accommodation and conference registration. 
● Partial scholarship includes accommodation and conference registration.
● Selected applications will be announced on 25 January 2019.
● Selection committee is comprised of global advisors, media makers, artists and CREA team members. 
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who can apply?
Activists, artists, human rights defenders, performers, digital artists, campaigners, writers, filmmakers, photographers, musicians, designers, dancers, technologists, social media influences, illustrators, curators and facilitators.
what are the issues and themes?
  • Abortion: This theme explores the complex and divisive issues that continue to drive the abortion debate including growing intersection with disability rights and create a space for reflection and learning on laws, language and politics across varied contexts and embedding within women’s lived realities and experiences.
  • Consent: Feminist. Intersectional. Transgressive. Consent is all of that and more. This theme explores multiple ideas, narratives, realities, imaginations, and expressions of consent – as articulated, lived and experienced by women, girls, trans and intersex people in different contexts.
  • Disability: Challenging norms around bodies, ability and sexuality, this theme pushes many boundaries. It also explores the interface between art, technology, disability and rights.
  • Environmental Justice: This theme addresses the emerging environmental issues of our times and explores the diverse responses from around the world to these issues. Centering the collective power of the women's rights and environmental justice movements, this theme engages with radical, creative and innovative approaches mindful of social and gender inequalities.
  • Pleasure & Danger: Expanding the notions of pleasure and danger beyond sex, sexuality and body this theme offers a broader framing and discusses consent, autonomy and agency that are embedded in both pleasure and in danger.
  • Sexual and Gender Diversity: Exploring the binaries of heteronormativity. Challenging fixed identities as the foundation for LGBTI movements. Exploring how sexual and gender diversity intersect with other conference themes, such as agency and autonomy, sexuality and technology and arts as activism. Focusing on the links across movements, especially of those that are challenging punitive laws, policies, and practices.
  • Sex Work: Challenging the conflation of sex work and trafficking, centering sex worker-led strategies and models of resistance, exploring the emerging domain of online sex work and its intersections with technology - this theme is about sex work in the current context.
  • Sports: Sports is not a male domain, as is often thought. How do culture, race, region, caste, science, medicine, law and power all operate together to judge, monitor and regulate different bodies in sports?
  • Technology: While the digital age has strengthened organizing, mobilizing, activism, and freedom of expression, it has also increased surveillance and monitoring, trolling, bullying, violence, censorship and silencing. How do gender and sexuality figure and reconfigure in this digital age?
what can you apply for?
1. Storytelling, spoken word and lectures: Stories that remain untold, unsaid and unheard. This session invites stories, lived realities and narratives from the margins.

2. Thought-provoking short films and videos on reconference themes.
*films and videos with audio description are preferred
*films and videos in any language can be submitted if subtitled in English

3. Performances – music, dance, theatre, stand–up, poetry, mime and others on conference themes created, directed and performed by those at the margins.

4. Interactive exhibits and installations with digital art, posters, photography and other audio-visual formats of public art on reconference themes.

5. Feminist digital expressions in the form of Apps, Campaigns and other initiatives on reconference themes

6. Surprise us with any other formats, mediums and ways of expression that can make us rethink, reimagine and reboot on reconference themes!
applications are now closed
For any questions or inquiries, write to reconference@creaworld.org
Selected applications will be announced on 25 January 2019
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