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Conference Humazing Art, Media and Culture: Exploring female identities

Humanizing Art, Media and Culture
Exploring
female identities 

M Leuven, 14.00                                                                           

A compassionate, unwavering spirit, perseverance, a deep-rooted strength, triumph and challenges all collide, binding together the vision of multidisciplinary Black female artists. At the intersection of culture, race and womanhood, Black women have carved out and demanded identities and spaces that defy categorization and expectations. As Black women walk and explore their self-created paths, they lead the way for future Black artistic visionaries. We uncover the roots of strength embedded in each vessel of their being that guides them to forge those paths.

Their canvases and experiences become vibrant battlegrounds where history, race, and gender intersect. They tell new stories, fostering new conversations, new explorations, and new experiences that transcend the confines of traditional artistic boundaries. As we navigate this terrain and delve into the world of contemporary multidisciplinary artists, exploring Black female identities, we’ll witness not only a celebration of individuality and strength but also a collective movement towards dismantling stereotypes and reshaping cultural landscapes.

Exploring Female Identities’ is an invitation to revel in the beauty of diversity and to appreciate, celebrate and understand the multifaceted brilliance that defines Black women. We want to amplify the voices of these trailblazing creators who continue to speak the unspoken, break down closed doors, push boundaries, redefine norms, and inspire a generation to embrace the richness of diversity.

Guests
Jennifer Heylen is an emerging talent in the world of theatre, short films, and feature films. On the big screen, Jennifer showcased her talent in the Ensor-winning short film "Klette" by Michael Abay. Soon, she will be seen as one of the main characters in the highly anticipated Lionsgate production "Northern lights". With a promising future ahead, Jennifer remains a standout star in the entertainment industry. We eagerly await more from her!

Inès Eshun is both a writer and filmmaker, known for her international acclaimed shortfilm “Het leven van Esteban” (Student Visionary Award at Tribeca Film Festival). This year, she released her debut novel, "De Gruwel van het gezin" a compelling and vulnerable work that we are eager to highlight at this opening conference. In addition to her creative pursuits, she founded her own production company, Winnie Productions, of which we’re excited to hear more about! In short, a gifted force to be reckoned with.

Sabrine Ingabire has been a lifelong writer, penning her first book at the age of fourteen. She is a journalist, writer, and the chief editor of Lilith Magazine. Additionally, she occasionally writes columns on pop culture for the Dipsaus Podcast. In 2016, Sabrine published her young adult novel, 'Le chemin vers le bonheur.' This year, she returns with her latest book, 'Lotgenoten’, which she will present at this opening conference. 

Moderator:
Bitshilualua Kabeya is a lifelong student of learning and unlearning, she started a podcast called Menji (thoughts and knowledge in Tshiluba) in which she focuses on bringing new stories, voices and perspectives from Afro-Belgian youth.

In cooperation with Africalia and Avansa Oost-Brabant. 

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Humanizing Art, Media and Culture
Exploring
female identities 

M Leuven, 14.00                                                                           

A compassionate, unwavering spirit, perseverance, a deep-rooted strength, triumph and challenges all collide, binding together the vision of multidisciplinary Black female artists. At the intersection of culture, race and womanhood, Black women have carved out and demanded identities and spaces that defy categorization and expectations. As Black women walk and explore their self-created paths, they lead the way for future Black artistic visionaries. We uncover the roots of strength embedded in each vessel of their being that guides them to forge those paths.

Their canvases and experiences become vibrant battlegrounds where history, race, and gender intersect. They tell new stories, fostering new conversations, new explorations, and new experiences that transcend the confines of traditional artistic boundaries. As we navigate this terrain and delve into the world of contemporary multidisciplinary artists, exploring Black female identities, we’ll witness not only a celebration of individuality and strength but also a collective movement towards dismantling stereotypes and reshaping cultural landscapes.

Exploring Female Identities’ is an invitation to revel in the beauty of diversity and to appreciate, celebrate and understand the multifaceted brilliance that defines Black women. We want to amplify the voices of these trailblazing creators who continue to speak the unspoken, break down closed doors, push boundaries, redefine norms, and inspire a generation to embrace the richness of diversity.

Guests
Jennifer Heylen is an emerging talent in the world of theatre, short films, and feature films. On the big screen, Jennifer showcased her talent in the Ensor-winning short film "Klette" by Michael Abay. Soon, she will be seen as one of the main characters in the highly anticipated Lionsgate production "Northern lights". With a promising future ahead, Jennifer remains a standout star in the entertainment industry. We eagerly await more from her!

Inès Eshun is both a writer and filmmaker, known for her international acclaimed shortfilm “Het leven van Esteban” (Student Visionary Award at Tribeca Film Festival). This year, she released her debut novel, "De Gruwel van het gezin" a compelling and vulnerable work that we are eager to highlight at this opening conference. In addition to her creative pursuits, she founded her own production company, Winnie Productions, of which we’re excited to hear more about! In short, a gifted force to be reckoned with.

Sabrine Ingabire has been a lifelong writer, penning her first book at the age of fourteen. She is a journalist, writer, and the chief editor of Lilith Magazine. Additionally, she occasionally writes columns on pop culture for the Dipsaus Podcast. In 2016, Sabrine published her young adult novel, 'Le chemin vers le bonheur.' This year, she returns with her latest book, 'Lotgenoten’, which she will present at this opening conference. 

Moderator:
Bitshilualua Kabeya is a lifelong student of learning and unlearning, she started a podcast called Menji (thoughts and knowledge in Tshiluba) in which she focuses on bringing new stories, voices and perspectives from Afro-Belgian youth.

In cooperation with Africalia and Avansa Oost-Brabant. 

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Humanizing Art, Media and Culture
Exploring
female identities 

M Leuven, 14.00                                                                           

A compassionate, unwavering spirit, perseverance, a deep-rooted strength, triumph and challenges all collide, binding together the vision of multidisciplinary Black female artists. At the intersection of culture, race and womanhood, Black women have carved out and demanded identities and spaces that defy categorization and expectations. As Black women walk and explore their self-created paths, they lead the way for future Black artistic visionaries. We uncover the roots of strength embedded in each vessel of their being that guides them to forge those paths.

Their canvases and experiences become vibrant battlegrounds where history, race, and gender intersect. They tell new stories, fostering new conversations, new explorations, and new experiences that transcend the confines of traditional artistic boundaries. As we navigate this terrain and delve into the world of contemporary multidisciplinary artists, exploring Black female identities, we’ll witness not only a celebration of individuality and strength but also a collective movement towards dismantling stereotypes and reshaping cultural landscapes.

Exploring Female Identities’ is an invitation to revel in the beauty of diversity and to appreciate, celebrate and understand the multifaceted brilliance that defines Black women. We want to amplify the voices of these trailblazing creators who continue to speak the unspoken, break down closed doors, push boundaries, redefine norms, and inspire a generation to embrace the richness of diversity.

Guests
Jennifer Heylen is an emerging talent in the world of theatre, short films, and feature films. On the big screen, Jennifer showcased her talent in the Ensor-winning short film "Klette" by Michael Abay. Soon, she will be seen as one of the main characters in the highly anticipated Lionsgate production "Northern lights". With a promising future ahead, Jennifer remains a standout star in the entertainment industry. We eagerly await more from her!

Inès Eshun is both a writer and filmmaker, known for her international acclaimed shortfilm “Het leven van Esteban” (Student Visionary Award at Tribeca Film Festival). This year, she released her debut novel, "De Gruwel van het gezin" a compelling and vulnerable work that we are eager to highlight at this opening conference. In addition to her creative pursuits, she founded her own production company, Winnie Productions, of which we’re excited to hear more about! In short, a gifted force to be reckoned with.

Sabrine Ingabire has been a lifelong writer, penning her first book at the age of fourteen. She is a journalist, writer, and the chief editor of Lilith Magazine. Additionally, she occasionally writes columns on pop culture for the Dipsaus Podcast. In 2016, Sabrine published her young adult novel, 'Le chemin vers le bonheur.' This year, she returns with her latest book, 'Lotgenoten’, which she will present at this opening conference. 

Moderator:
Bitshilualua Kabeya is a lifelong student of learning and unlearning, she started a podcast called Menji (thoughts and knowledge in Tshiluba) in which she focuses on bringing new stories, voices and perspectives from Afro-Belgian youth.

In cooperation with Africalia and Avansa Oost-Brabant. 

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