21/07/2021
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Chioma Ince
Some Of Our Favourite UK Female Art Collectives

ATA RODO

Meet ATA RODO, a female-led collective for and by women of colour. Whether it is organising events or showcasing the creative talent of women of colour, this inclusive platform is a space that provides creative people with a space to express themselves through art. Born out of a shared experience of othering and ostracization faced in many creative spaces, ATA RODO strives to challenge the statistic that: Across the world, female artists only make up approximately 30% of all art in commercial galleries. The number is even lower for female artists of colour. They “aim to directly address the inequality and misrepresentation of women of colour in the creative industry - ATA RODO gives women of colour a platform to share their work, empowering them to break through barriers into the creative industry.”

ATA RODO branded image
ATA RODO branded image

RIOT SOUP

RIOT SOUP is a multidisciplinary London based collective for Black & Brown women. Since launching in 2019 the creative sisterhood has curated exhibitions, hosted socials, sat on panels and led workshops at leading spaces such as the Tate. RIOT SOUP collective is composed of talented and exciting illustrators, painters, collage artists and photographers with unique practices.

“We all knew that we wanted to create art but we wanted to create it with people who look like us and that might have the same thoughts and feelings and emotions about art in some sort of way. It’s a way for us to vibe with other illustrators, photographers, artists, actors, to come together, create stuff and have someone to fall back on.”

RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot. 
RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot.  

Some of RIOT SOUP’s members will be showcasing some work at MERAKI, a collaborative event organised by A collective: SOUL, ATA RODO and Friends In My Ends that’s all about celebrating female talent. The event will be happening this weekend on the 25th of July. With live music, film screenings, open mic performances and an amazing exhibition. For more details on the event, click here.

MERKAI event poster
MERKAI event poster

BBFA (BLACK BRITISH FEMALE ARTIST)

Borne out of a lack of representation, the Black British Female Artist Collective was created to provide a platform for emerging female artists of the Diaspora to showcase their work and let the art world know they’re here!

The collective is made up of three artists Enam Gbewonyo, Adelaide Damoah and Ayesha Feisal. Between them they have worked with and exhibited at prestigious venues and institutions such the 58th edition of Venice Biennale, Unfold Space exhibition for Frieze week 2017, Art X Lagos, Gallery 46 Whitechapel and Christie’s.

 Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page

HABIBI COLLECTIVE

Founded by Róisín Tapponi in 2018, Habibi Collective is an open-access resource, digital archive, podcast and curatorial platform for women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). Shasha is an independent online streaming service run by HABIBI COLLECTIVE for South-West Asian and North African cinema. Each month they present 20 carefully-curated films, selected by an experienced team of women programmers from the region. Films are available to watch by all, anywhere in the world. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. A refreshing showcasing of cinema which centralises artistry through one's mother tongues and culture. As of 2021, Habibi Collective includes Róisín Tapponi, Reman Sadani, Nour Helou, Isra Al Kassi, Shahnaz Dulaimy, Bella Barkett and Louise Gholam. All of whom are women from the SWANA region predominantly based in London.tly

HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster
HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster

HERVISIONS

HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.

Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include: Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britiain, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthiit?, 4:3, Mira Festival , LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.

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Chioma Ince
Some Of Our Favourite UK Female Art Collectives

ATA RODO

Meet ATA RODO, a female-led collective for and by women of colour. Whether it is organising events or showcasing the creative talent of women of colour, this inclusive platform is a space that provides creative people with a space to express themselves through art. Born out of a shared experience of othering and ostracization faced in many creative spaces, ATA RODO strives to challenge the statistic that: Across the world, female artists only make up approximately 30% of all art in commercial galleries. The number is even lower for female artists of colour. They “aim to directly address the inequality and misrepresentation of women of colour in the creative industry - ATA RODO gives women of colour a platform to share their work, empowering them to break through barriers into the creative industry.”

ATA RODO branded image
ATA RODO branded image

RIOT SOUP

RIOT SOUP is a multidisciplinary London based collective for Black & Brown women. Since launching in 2019 the creative sisterhood has curated exhibitions, hosted socials, sat on panels and led workshops at leading spaces such as the Tate. RIOT SOUP collective is composed of talented and exciting illustrators, painters, collage artists and photographers with unique practices.

“We all knew that we wanted to create art but we wanted to create it with people who look like us and that might have the same thoughts and feelings and emotions about art in some sort of way. It’s a way for us to vibe with other illustrators, photographers, artists, actors, to come together, create stuff and have someone to fall back on.”

RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot. 
RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot.  

Some of RIOT SOUP’s members will be showcasing some work at MERAKI, a collaborative event organised by A collective: SOUL, ATA RODO and Friends In My Ends that’s all about celebrating female talent. The event will be happening this weekend on the 25th of July. With live music, film screenings, open mic performances and an amazing exhibition. For more details on the event, click here.

MERKAI event poster
MERKAI event poster

BBFA (BLACK BRITISH FEMALE ARTIST)

Borne out of a lack of representation, the Black British Female Artist Collective was created to provide a platform for emerging female artists of the Diaspora to showcase their work and let the art world know they’re here!

The collective is made up of three artists Enam Gbewonyo, Adelaide Damoah and Ayesha Feisal. Between them they have worked with and exhibited at prestigious venues and institutions such the 58th edition of Venice Biennale, Unfold Space exhibition for Frieze week 2017, Art X Lagos, Gallery 46 Whitechapel and Christie’s.

 Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page

HABIBI COLLECTIVE

Founded by Róisín Tapponi in 2018, Habibi Collective is an open-access resource, digital archive, podcast and curatorial platform for women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). Shasha is an independent online streaming service run by HABIBI COLLECTIVE for South-West Asian and North African cinema. Each month they present 20 carefully-curated films, selected by an experienced team of women programmers from the region. Films are available to watch by all, anywhere in the world. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. A refreshing showcasing of cinema which centralises artistry through one's mother tongues and culture. As of 2021, Habibi Collective includes Róisín Tapponi, Reman Sadani, Nour Helou, Isra Al Kassi, Shahnaz Dulaimy, Bella Barkett and Louise Gholam. All of whom are women from the SWANA region predominantly based in London.tly

HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster
HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster

HERVISIONS

HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.

Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include: Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britiain, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthiit?, 4:3, Mira Festival , LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.

HER VISIONS poster
HER VISIONS poster
Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
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Chioma Ince
Some Of Our Favourite UK Female Art Collectives

ATA RODO

Meet ATA RODO, a female-led collective for and by women of colour. Whether it is organising events or showcasing the creative talent of women of colour, this inclusive platform is a space that provides creative people with a space to express themselves through art. Born out of a shared experience of othering and ostracization faced in many creative spaces, ATA RODO strives to challenge the statistic that: Across the world, female artists only make up approximately 30% of all art in commercial galleries. The number is even lower for female artists of colour. They “aim to directly address the inequality and misrepresentation of women of colour in the creative industry - ATA RODO gives women of colour a platform to share their work, empowering them to break through barriers into the creative industry.”

ATA RODO branded image
ATA RODO branded image

RIOT SOUP

RIOT SOUP is a multidisciplinary London based collective for Black & Brown women. Since launching in 2019 the creative sisterhood has curated exhibitions, hosted socials, sat on panels and led workshops at leading spaces such as the Tate. RIOT SOUP collective is composed of talented and exciting illustrators, painters, collage artists and photographers with unique practices.

“We all knew that we wanted to create art but we wanted to create it with people who look like us and that might have the same thoughts and feelings and emotions about art in some sort of way. It’s a way for us to vibe with other illustrators, photographers, artists, actors, to come together, create stuff and have someone to fall back on.”

RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot. 
RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot.  

Some of RIOT SOUP’s members will be showcasing some work at MERAKI, a collaborative event organised by A collective: SOUL, ATA RODO and Friends In My Ends that’s all about celebrating female talent. The event will be happening this weekend on the 25th of July. With live music, film screenings, open mic performances and an amazing exhibition. For more details on the event, click here.

MERKAI event poster
MERKAI event poster

BBFA (BLACK BRITISH FEMALE ARTIST)

Borne out of a lack of representation, the Black British Female Artist Collective was created to provide a platform for emerging female artists of the Diaspora to showcase their work and let the art world know they’re here!

The collective is made up of three artists Enam Gbewonyo, Adelaide Damoah and Ayesha Feisal. Between them they have worked with and exhibited at prestigious venues and institutions such the 58th edition of Venice Biennale, Unfold Space exhibition for Frieze week 2017, Art X Lagos, Gallery 46 Whitechapel and Christie’s.

 Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page

HABIBI COLLECTIVE

Founded by Róisín Tapponi in 2018, Habibi Collective is an open-access resource, digital archive, podcast and curatorial platform for women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). Shasha is an independent online streaming service run by HABIBI COLLECTIVE for South-West Asian and North African cinema. Each month they present 20 carefully-curated films, selected by an experienced team of women programmers from the region. Films are available to watch by all, anywhere in the world. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. A refreshing showcasing of cinema which centralises artistry through one's mother tongues and culture. As of 2021, Habibi Collective includes Róisín Tapponi, Reman Sadani, Nour Helou, Isra Al Kassi, Shahnaz Dulaimy, Bella Barkett and Louise Gholam. All of whom are women from the SWANA region predominantly based in London.tly

HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster
HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster

HERVISIONS

HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.

Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include: Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britiain, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthiit?, 4:3, Mira Festival , LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.

HER VISIONS poster
HER VISIONS poster
Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Discussion
Chioma Ince
Some Of Our Favourite UK Female Art Collectives

ATA RODO

Meet ATA RODO, a female-led collective for and by women of colour. Whether it is organising events or showcasing the creative talent of women of colour, this inclusive platform is a space that provides creative people with a space to express themselves through art. Born out of a shared experience of othering and ostracization faced in many creative spaces, ATA RODO strives to challenge the statistic that: Across the world, female artists only make up approximately 30% of all art in commercial galleries. The number is even lower for female artists of colour. They “aim to directly address the inequality and misrepresentation of women of colour in the creative industry - ATA RODO gives women of colour a platform to share their work, empowering them to break through barriers into the creative industry.”

ATA RODO branded image
ATA RODO branded image

RIOT SOUP

RIOT SOUP is a multidisciplinary London based collective for Black & Brown women. Since launching in 2019 the creative sisterhood has curated exhibitions, hosted socials, sat on panels and led workshops at leading spaces such as the Tate. RIOT SOUP collective is composed of talented and exciting illustrators, painters, collage artists and photographers with unique practices.

“We all knew that we wanted to create art but we wanted to create it with people who look like us and that might have the same thoughts and feelings and emotions about art in some sort of way. It’s a way for us to vibe with other illustrators, photographers, artists, actors, to come together, create stuff and have someone to fall back on.”

RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot. 
RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot.  

Some of RIOT SOUP’s members will be showcasing some work at MERAKI, a collaborative event organised by A collective: SOUL, ATA RODO and Friends In My Ends that’s all about celebrating female talent. The event will be happening this weekend on the 25th of July. With live music, film screenings, open mic performances and an amazing exhibition. For more details on the event, click here.

MERKAI event poster
MERKAI event poster

BBFA (BLACK BRITISH FEMALE ARTIST)

Borne out of a lack of representation, the Black British Female Artist Collective was created to provide a platform for emerging female artists of the Diaspora to showcase their work and let the art world know they’re here!

The collective is made up of three artists Enam Gbewonyo, Adelaide Damoah and Ayesha Feisal. Between them they have worked with and exhibited at prestigious venues and institutions such the 58th edition of Venice Biennale, Unfold Space exhibition for Frieze week 2017, Art X Lagos, Gallery 46 Whitechapel and Christie’s.

 Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page

HABIBI COLLECTIVE

Founded by Róisín Tapponi in 2018, Habibi Collective is an open-access resource, digital archive, podcast and curatorial platform for women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). Shasha is an independent online streaming service run by HABIBI COLLECTIVE for South-West Asian and North African cinema. Each month they present 20 carefully-curated films, selected by an experienced team of women programmers from the region. Films are available to watch by all, anywhere in the world. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. A refreshing showcasing of cinema which centralises artistry through one's mother tongues and culture. As of 2021, Habibi Collective includes Róisín Tapponi, Reman Sadani, Nour Helou, Isra Al Kassi, Shahnaz Dulaimy, Bella Barkett and Louise Gholam. All of whom are women from the SWANA region predominantly based in London.tly

HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster
HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster

HERVISIONS

HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.

Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include: Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britiain, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthiit?, 4:3, Mira Festival , LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.

HER VISIONS poster
HER VISIONS poster
Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
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Chioma Ince
Some Of Our Favourite UK Female Art Collectives

ATA RODO

Meet ATA RODO, a female-led collective for and by women of colour. Whether it is organising events or showcasing the creative talent of women of colour, this inclusive platform is a space that provides creative people with a space to express themselves through art. Born out of a shared experience of othering and ostracization faced in many creative spaces, ATA RODO strives to challenge the statistic that: Across the world, female artists only make up approximately 30% of all art in commercial galleries. The number is even lower for female artists of colour. They “aim to directly address the inequality and misrepresentation of women of colour in the creative industry - ATA RODO gives women of colour a platform to share their work, empowering them to break through barriers into the creative industry.”

ATA RODO branded image
ATA RODO branded image

RIOT SOUP

RIOT SOUP is a multidisciplinary London based collective for Black & Brown women. Since launching in 2019 the creative sisterhood has curated exhibitions, hosted socials, sat on panels and led workshops at leading spaces such as the Tate. RIOT SOUP collective is composed of talented and exciting illustrators, painters, collage artists and photographers with unique practices.

“We all knew that we wanted to create art but we wanted to create it with people who look like us and that might have the same thoughts and feelings and emotions about art in some sort of way. It’s a way for us to vibe with other illustrators, photographers, artists, actors, to come together, create stuff and have someone to fall back on.”

RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot. 
RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot.  

Some of RIOT SOUP’s members will be showcasing some work at MERAKI, a collaborative event organised by A collective: SOUL, ATA RODO and Friends In My Ends that’s all about celebrating female talent. The event will be happening this weekend on the 25th of July. With live music, film screenings, open mic performances and an amazing exhibition. For more details on the event, click here.

MERKAI event poster
MERKAI event poster

BBFA (BLACK BRITISH FEMALE ARTIST)

Borne out of a lack of representation, the Black British Female Artist Collective was created to provide a platform for emerging female artists of the Diaspora to showcase their work and let the art world know they’re here!

The collective is made up of three artists Enam Gbewonyo, Adelaide Damoah and Ayesha Feisal. Between them they have worked with and exhibited at prestigious venues and institutions such the 58th edition of Venice Biennale, Unfold Space exhibition for Frieze week 2017, Art X Lagos, Gallery 46 Whitechapel and Christie’s.

 Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page

HABIBI COLLECTIVE

Founded by Róisín Tapponi in 2018, Habibi Collective is an open-access resource, digital archive, podcast and curatorial platform for women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). Shasha is an independent online streaming service run by HABIBI COLLECTIVE for South-West Asian and North African cinema. Each month they present 20 carefully-curated films, selected by an experienced team of women programmers from the region. Films are available to watch by all, anywhere in the world. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. A refreshing showcasing of cinema which centralises artistry through one's mother tongues and culture. As of 2021, Habibi Collective includes Róisín Tapponi, Reman Sadani, Nour Helou, Isra Al Kassi, Shahnaz Dulaimy, Bella Barkett and Louise Gholam. All of whom are women from the SWANA region predominantly based in London.tly

HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster
HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster

HERVISIONS

HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.

Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include: Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britiain, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthiit?, 4:3, Mira Festival , LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.

HER VISIONS poster
HER VISIONS poster
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Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
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Chioma Ince
Some Of Our Favourite UK Female Art Collectives

ATA RODO

Meet ATA RODO, a female-led collective for and by women of colour. Whether it is organising events or showcasing the creative talent of women of colour, this inclusive platform is a space that provides creative people with a space to express themselves through art. Born out of a shared experience of othering and ostracization faced in many creative spaces, ATA RODO strives to challenge the statistic that: Across the world, female artists only make up approximately 30% of all art in commercial galleries. The number is even lower for female artists of colour. They “aim to directly address the inequality and misrepresentation of women of colour in the creative industry - ATA RODO gives women of colour a platform to share their work, empowering them to break through barriers into the creative industry.”

ATA RODO branded image
ATA RODO branded image

RIOT SOUP

RIOT SOUP is a multidisciplinary London based collective for Black & Brown women. Since launching in 2019 the creative sisterhood has curated exhibitions, hosted socials, sat on panels and led workshops at leading spaces such as the Tate. RIOT SOUP collective is composed of talented and exciting illustrators, painters, collage artists and photographers with unique practices.

“We all knew that we wanted to create art but we wanted to create it with people who look like us and that might have the same thoughts and feelings and emotions about art in some sort of way. It’s a way for us to vibe with other illustrators, photographers, artists, actors, to come together, create stuff and have someone to fall back on.”

RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot. 
RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot.  

Some of RIOT SOUP’s members will be showcasing some work at MERAKI, a collaborative event organised by A collective: SOUL, ATA RODO and Friends In My Ends that’s all about celebrating female talent. The event will be happening this weekend on the 25th of July. With live music, film screenings, open mic performances and an amazing exhibition. For more details on the event, click here.

MERKAI event poster
MERKAI event poster

BBFA (BLACK BRITISH FEMALE ARTIST)

Borne out of a lack of representation, the Black British Female Artist Collective was created to provide a platform for emerging female artists of the Diaspora to showcase their work and let the art world know they’re here!

The collective is made up of three artists Enam Gbewonyo, Adelaide Damoah and Ayesha Feisal. Between them they have worked with and exhibited at prestigious venues and institutions such the 58th edition of Venice Biennale, Unfold Space exhibition for Frieze week 2017, Art X Lagos, Gallery 46 Whitechapel and Christie’s.

 Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page

HABIBI COLLECTIVE

Founded by Róisín Tapponi in 2018, Habibi Collective is an open-access resource, digital archive, podcast and curatorial platform for women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). Shasha is an independent online streaming service run by HABIBI COLLECTIVE for South-West Asian and North African cinema. Each month they present 20 carefully-curated films, selected by an experienced team of women programmers from the region. Films are available to watch by all, anywhere in the world. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. A refreshing showcasing of cinema which centralises artistry through one's mother tongues and culture. As of 2021, Habibi Collective includes Róisín Tapponi, Reman Sadani, Nour Helou, Isra Al Kassi, Shahnaz Dulaimy, Bella Barkett and Louise Gholam. All of whom are women from the SWANA region predominantly based in London.tly

HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster
HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster

HERVISIONS

HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.

Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include: Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britiain, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthiit?, 4:3, Mira Festival , LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.

HER VISIONS poster
HER VISIONS poster
Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Discussion
Chioma Ince
Some Of Our Favourite UK Female Art Collectives

ATA RODO

Meet ATA RODO, a female-led collective for and by women of colour. Whether it is organising events or showcasing the creative talent of women of colour, this inclusive platform is a space that provides creative people with a space to express themselves through art. Born out of a shared experience of othering and ostracization faced in many creative spaces, ATA RODO strives to challenge the statistic that: Across the world, female artists only make up approximately 30% of all art in commercial galleries. The number is even lower for female artists of colour. They “aim to directly address the inequality and misrepresentation of women of colour in the creative industry - ATA RODO gives women of colour a platform to share their work, empowering them to break through barriers into the creative industry.”

ATA RODO branded image
ATA RODO branded image

RIOT SOUP

RIOT SOUP is a multidisciplinary London based collective for Black & Brown women. Since launching in 2019 the creative sisterhood has curated exhibitions, hosted socials, sat on panels and led workshops at leading spaces such as the Tate. RIOT SOUP collective is composed of talented and exciting illustrators, painters, collage artists and photographers with unique practices.

“We all knew that we wanted to create art but we wanted to create it with people who look like us and that might have the same thoughts and feelings and emotions about art in some sort of way. It’s a way for us to vibe with other illustrators, photographers, artists, actors, to come together, create stuff and have someone to fall back on.”

RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot. 
RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot.  

Some of RIOT SOUP’s members will be showcasing some work at MERAKI, a collaborative event organised by A collective: SOUL, ATA RODO and Friends In My Ends that’s all about celebrating female talent. The event will be happening this weekend on the 25th of July. With live music, film screenings, open mic performances and an amazing exhibition. For more details on the event, click here.

MERKAI event poster
MERKAI event poster

BBFA (BLACK BRITISH FEMALE ARTIST)

Borne out of a lack of representation, the Black British Female Artist Collective was created to provide a platform for emerging female artists of the Diaspora to showcase their work and let the art world know they’re here!

The collective is made up of three artists Enam Gbewonyo, Adelaide Damoah and Ayesha Feisal. Between them they have worked with and exhibited at prestigious venues and institutions such the 58th edition of Venice Biennale, Unfold Space exhibition for Frieze week 2017, Art X Lagos, Gallery 46 Whitechapel and Christie’s.

 Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page

HABIBI COLLECTIVE

Founded by Róisín Tapponi in 2018, Habibi Collective is an open-access resource, digital archive, podcast and curatorial platform for women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). Shasha is an independent online streaming service run by HABIBI COLLECTIVE for South-West Asian and North African cinema. Each month they present 20 carefully-curated films, selected by an experienced team of women programmers from the region. Films are available to watch by all, anywhere in the world. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. A refreshing showcasing of cinema which centralises artistry through one's mother tongues and culture. As of 2021, Habibi Collective includes Róisín Tapponi, Reman Sadani, Nour Helou, Isra Al Kassi, Shahnaz Dulaimy, Bella Barkett and Louise Gholam. All of whom are women from the SWANA region predominantly based in London.tly

HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster
HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster

HERVISIONS

HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.

Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include: Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britiain, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthiit?, 4:3, Mira Festival , LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.

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Some Of Our Favourite UK Female Art Collectives

ATA RODO

Meet ATA RODO, a female-led collective for and by women of colour. Whether it is organising events or showcasing the creative talent of women of colour, this inclusive platform is a space that provides creative people with a space to express themselves through art. Born out of a shared experience of othering and ostracization faced in many creative spaces, ATA RODO strives to challenge the statistic that: Across the world, female artists only make up approximately 30% of all art in commercial galleries. The number is even lower for female artists of colour. They “aim to directly address the inequality and misrepresentation of women of colour in the creative industry - ATA RODO gives women of colour a platform to share their work, empowering them to break through barriers into the creative industry.”

ATA RODO branded image
ATA RODO branded image

RIOT SOUP

RIOT SOUP is a multidisciplinary London based collective for Black & Brown women. Since launching in 2019 the creative sisterhood has curated exhibitions, hosted socials, sat on panels and led workshops at leading spaces such as the Tate. RIOT SOUP collective is composed of talented and exciting illustrators, painters, collage artists and photographers with unique practices.

“We all knew that we wanted to create art but we wanted to create it with people who look like us and that might have the same thoughts and feelings and emotions about art in some sort of way. It’s a way for us to vibe with other illustrators, photographers, artists, actors, to come together, create stuff and have someone to fall back on.”

RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot. 
RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot.  

Some of RIOT SOUP’s members will be showcasing some work at MERAKI, a collaborative event organised by A collective: SOUL, ATA RODO and Friends In My Ends that’s all about celebrating female talent. The event will be happening this weekend on the 25th of July. With live music, film screenings, open mic performances and an amazing exhibition. For more details on the event, click here.

MERKAI event poster
MERKAI event poster

BBFA (BLACK BRITISH FEMALE ARTIST)

Borne out of a lack of representation, the Black British Female Artist Collective was created to provide a platform for emerging female artists of the Diaspora to showcase their work and let the art world know they’re here!

The collective is made up of three artists Enam Gbewonyo, Adelaide Damoah and Ayesha Feisal. Between them they have worked with and exhibited at prestigious venues and institutions such the 58th edition of Venice Biennale, Unfold Space exhibition for Frieze week 2017, Art X Lagos, Gallery 46 Whitechapel and Christie’s.

 Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page

HABIBI COLLECTIVE

Founded by Róisín Tapponi in 2018, Habibi Collective is an open-access resource, digital archive, podcast and curatorial platform for women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). Shasha is an independent online streaming service run by HABIBI COLLECTIVE for South-West Asian and North African cinema. Each month they present 20 carefully-curated films, selected by an experienced team of women programmers from the region. Films are available to watch by all, anywhere in the world. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. A refreshing showcasing of cinema which centralises artistry through one's mother tongues and culture. As of 2021, Habibi Collective includes Róisín Tapponi, Reman Sadani, Nour Helou, Isra Al Kassi, Shahnaz Dulaimy, Bella Barkett and Louise Gholam. All of whom are women from the SWANA region predominantly based in London.tly

HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster
HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster

HERVISIONS

HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.

Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include: Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britiain, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthiit?, 4:3, Mira Festival , LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.

HER VISIONS poster
HER VISIONS poster
Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Discussion
Chioma Ince
Some Of Our Favourite UK Female Art Collectives

ATA RODO

Meet ATA RODO, a female-led collective for and by women of colour. Whether it is organising events or showcasing the creative talent of women of colour, this inclusive platform is a space that provides creative people with a space to express themselves through art. Born out of a shared experience of othering and ostracization faced in many creative spaces, ATA RODO strives to challenge the statistic that: Across the world, female artists only make up approximately 30% of all art in commercial galleries. The number is even lower for female artists of colour. They “aim to directly address the inequality and misrepresentation of women of colour in the creative industry - ATA RODO gives women of colour a platform to share their work, empowering them to break through barriers into the creative industry.”

ATA RODO branded image
ATA RODO branded image

RIOT SOUP

RIOT SOUP is a multidisciplinary London based collective for Black & Brown women. Since launching in 2019 the creative sisterhood has curated exhibitions, hosted socials, sat on panels and led workshops at leading spaces such as the Tate. RIOT SOUP collective is composed of talented and exciting illustrators, painters, collage artists and photographers with unique practices.

“We all knew that we wanted to create art but we wanted to create it with people who look like us and that might have the same thoughts and feelings and emotions about art in some sort of way. It’s a way for us to vibe with other illustrators, photographers, artists, actors, to come together, create stuff and have someone to fall back on.”

RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot. 
RIOT SOUP  collective behind the scene photo from Reform The Funk shoot.  

Some of RIOT SOUP’s members will be showcasing some work at MERAKI, a collaborative event organised by A collective: SOUL, ATA RODO and Friends In My Ends that’s all about celebrating female talent. The event will be happening this weekend on the 25th of July. With live music, film screenings, open mic performances and an amazing exhibition. For more details on the event, click here.

MERKAI event poster
MERKAI event poster

BBFA (BLACK BRITISH FEMALE ARTIST)

Borne out of a lack of representation, the Black British Female Artist Collective was created to provide a platform for emerging female artists of the Diaspora to showcase their work and let the art world know they’re here!

The collective is made up of three artists Enam Gbewonyo, Adelaide Damoah and Ayesha Feisal. Between them they have worked with and exhibited at prestigious venues and institutions such the 58th edition of Venice Biennale, Unfold Space exhibition for Frieze week 2017, Art X Lagos, Gallery 46 Whitechapel and Christie’s.

 Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Ayesha Feisal, BETTER VERSION,  Acrylic on canvas                                              
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page
Adelaide Damoah, GENESIS, Pigment and 24 carat gold leaf on bible page

HABIBI COLLECTIVE

Founded by Róisín Tapponi in 2018, Habibi Collective is an open-access resource, digital archive, podcast and curatorial platform for women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). Shasha is an independent online streaming service run by HABIBI COLLECTIVE for South-West Asian and North African cinema. Each month they present 20 carefully-curated films, selected by an experienced team of women programmers from the region. Films are available to watch by all, anywhere in the world. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. A refreshing showcasing of cinema which centralises artistry through one's mother tongues and culture. As of 2021, Habibi Collective includes Róisín Tapponi, Reman Sadani, Nour Helou, Isra Al Kassi, Shahnaz Dulaimy, Bella Barkett and Louise Gholam. All of whom are women from the SWANA region predominantly based in London.tly

HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster
HABIBI COLLECTIVE poster

HERVISIONS

HERVISIONS is a femme focused curatorial agency facilitating online and offline experiences and collaborations with partners to research and produce innovative commissions, exhibitions and events with a strong focus on the intersection of art, technology and culture. HERVISIONS proudly curated the first ever augmented reality face filter exhibition to be held in an arts institute in Europe during the Lives of Net Art programme at Tate Modern, April 2019.

Previous collaborations, exhibitions, partners and organizations include: Art Night Tate Modern, Tate Britiain, i-D x Chanel, Adidas, Selfridges, Boiler Room, LN-CC, BFI, Gossamer Fog, The London College of Fashion, isthiit?, 4:3, Mira Festival , LOOM Festival and Google Arts and Culture.

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