Simon Says/Dadda is a collaborative research and development project towards the production of a new film, working with a community of black women across 3 regions in the UK. This film will collect testimonial experiences of patriarchy from over 20 women of colour. The workshops will encourage creativity and the sharing of the personal and political. It will establish a nurturing and supportive network of women across the UK that will platform under-represented voices and bodies in the art world. A public sharing event will take place in each regional location following a series of 8 workshops which will look at film, music, drawing, poetry and cooking.
       
     
       Simon Says/Dadda is a collaborative research and development project towards the production of a new film, working with a community of black women across 3 regions in the UK. This film will collect testimonial experiences of patriarchy from over 20 women of colour. The workshops will encourage creativity and the sharing of the personal and political. It will establish a nurturing and supportive network of women across the UK that will platform under-represented voices and bodies in the art world. A public sharing event will take place in each regional location following a series of 8 workshops which will look at film, music, drawing, poetry and cooking.
       
     

Simon Says/Dadda is a collaborative research and development project towards the production of a new film, working with a community of black women across 3 regions in the UK. This film will collect testimonial experiences of patriarchy from over 20 women of colour. The workshops will encourage creativity and the sharing of the personal and political. It will establish a nurturing and supportive network of women across the UK that will platform under-represented voices and bodies in the art world. A public sharing event will take place in each regional location following a series of 8 workshops which will look at film, music, drawing, poetry and cooking.