“All the honeys,
throw your hands
up at me”:
The performance lecture is an integral aspect of the That’s What She Said research initiative, established in 2016. That’s What She Said seeks to create an inclusive, integrated space for women. We wish to see local women experiencing the benefits of reflection and storytelling-both as a solitary exercise and as a way to commune with each other. We aim to show how strands of knowledge and experience can be passed from person to person.
We also want to develop a model of one idea, one concern, or one theme of discussion that can create a shared community, in its existence as an ongoing, organic, and creative archive or through various forms of conversation. Our short-term goal, in other words, is to bring women across the globe together to co-create a shared history.
That’s What She Said was co-founded in Cape Town by four writers and continues to engage with institutions, activist groups, and policymakers on matters concerning equality and diversity.
Date: 29 April 2021
Time: 6 pm for 6h30 to 8pm
No masks, No entry
RSVP: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we will observe safety protocols and no visitors will be allowed entry without a mask.
47-49 Greatmore Street Woodstock,
Western Cape 7925, South Africa
Due to Covid-19 Health Regulations and implications studio visits can be arranged directly with artists.