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Voix De Femmes sees culture as a powerful vector for emancipation and social progress, when it can be accessed, appropriated and questioned.

Guided by an artist or a collective, the purpose of the workshops and encounters are to discover, exchange and express.

Building on an artistic or cultural practice, artists reflect and collectively come up with creative responses to society’s challenges that concern us and that we live through: gender equality and the respect and value of cultural diversity.

These activities take the form of a series of rather long workshops or unique encounters. They explore diverse topics: work, new technologies, the immigration process, freedom of action and expression, overcoming struggles, etc.

They target diverse audiences.

Some of them target a wide audience, while others fall under a a specific project that has been going for over 10 years, with more vulnerable audiences. These are adapted formats (expression), set up in collaboration with a network of partner associations.

The workshops sometimes generate collective creations in multiple formats: plastic arts, films, sound creations... They are broadcast and presented as a part of the events organized by Voix De Femmes, particularly during the festival, or by the project’s partners. 

Associations or individuals are invited to discover the current or future series.

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17 > 18 | October | 2020

Two days to discover the productions of two workshops that Voix De Femmes has been running over the last few years: “Des corps performant(s)”, a radio-live dedicated to women’s work, and “ Des roses et du pain ”, a group creation inspired by life stories by the theatre workshop.

Looking in, there are three artists whose work particularly resonates with these projects: Cathy Alvarez, Raphaëlle Bruneau, and Béatrice Cué.

From 2017 to 2020, the "Brûler dedans / Brûler dehors" (Burning in / Burning out) cycle explored the various bonds between women and work.

As a philosophy, sound creation or writing workshop, rounds offered spaces for expression and analysis that connected the personal to the collective, the intimate and the poetic to the political.

Workshops & meetings