Her Mark. create and deliver programmes of events that bring women together to celebrate, connect, share and support. Including exhibitions and live events that support female artists, collaborations, networking and talks.
The Female Line
CONNECT. SHARE. INSPIRE
The Female Line is a monthly networking event for women and those who identify as women in the creative sector. Delivered in partnership with Cardiff MADE, The Female Line is a welcoming and inviting space for women* to connect, share and inspire. With monthly guest speakers, The Female Line events are a chance to meet other likeminded women* and create your community in a safe, creative and informal setting.
With funding from Arts Council Wales and Comic Relief, we're proud to be working with Ffotogallery and Queerdos to run a series of events for and by women, those who are LGBTQAI+ and from Black and Asian backgrounds.
Thursday 27th April, 6 - 8pm, at Cardiff MADE
The Female Line
The Female Line is a space to meet other women in the creative sector, connect, share and be inspired by guest speakers. Hosted by Her Mark at Cardiff MADE, The Female Line is a welcoming event held monthly.
During April’s event, resident artist at Cardiff MADE, Usha dapur Kar will be speaking about her work as a painter, art activist, & campaigner for equality in the workplace for all women of colour.
MADE GALLERY is pleased to welcome Usha dapur Kar to Cardiff, for a two week residency in the gallery, beginning on the 17th April, to begin working on a new series of works, with accompanying special events in which she’ll invite interaction with the themes within her new work, exploring her heritage, animism and storytelling.
Accompanying this event And Usha’s residency will be a selection of paintings in display on the long wall gallery at Cardiff MADE from Usha’s recent significant body of work titled ‘Ferocious Grace, which was an exploration of racism encountered in the work place and personally, and the development of her practice ideas of ARTIVISM, which she says ‘Creating an opportunity for listening, reflection and discussion.’