Digital Women UK is celebrating its first anniversary by hosting a dynamic one day programme of activities on social media, technology and the arts for women who are, or who want to get, connected online. Come and be inspired, hear new ideas, improve your digital confidence and network with likeminded souls.
Our exciting line-up includes:
Special guest presentation (film)
Artistic director, Southbank Centre, Jude Kelly OBE
With guest presentations by
Founders of Digital Women UK, Joy Francis & Julie Tomlin
Tackling sexist trolling with Sunny Singh (academic and novelist)
Digital Clinic Live! with Foluke Akinlose MBE (Precious Online Magazine and Network) and Campbell X (digital strategist/PowWow Social Media)
Blogging for impact with Neela Debnath (Former blogs editor and online arts journalist, the Independent)
Digital publishing 101 with Anna Lewis (CompletelyNovel), and Joanna Ellis (The Literary Platform)
Panel debate: Ladies that UX (London) presents ‘Women in tech,’ with digital veterans Clare Munday, Sophie Freiermuth, Matthew Curtis and Femi Adesina.
Digital poetry and performance with acclaimed poets Malika Booker and Jacob Sam-La Rose
Music by DJ Chillz
Special raffle, courtesy of Jacaranda Books
Plus there will be *refreshments, music and quality networking. (*Lunch will not be provided.) You need to be 18+ to attend.
(*Programme is subject to change.)
To find out more about our guest presenters, click here:
Filming and photography will take place at the event.
Registration is from 9am to 9.30am.
Please bring printed copies of your tickets with you.
If you need any reasonable adjustments made for you to attend the event, please contact Joy on email@example.com.
Tickets are non-refundable unless there are exceptional circumstances and we are notified with at least 48 hours notice via firstname.lastname@example.org.
When & Where
Digital Women UK
Digital Women UK was launched in September 2013, by Words of Colour Productions, to faciliate female creatives, women in tech and emerging entrepreners to fully identify their hidden skills, increase their professional (and personal) confidence, and engage with digital platforms (and potential collaborators) to raise their profile, reach their desired audiences and showcase their work.