Welcome to Sister! We are a bi-annual, independent and feminist publication. Our core value is that all issues are women’s issues, and that by providing a platform for them to be discussed, together we will achieve concrete change.
The Sad Issue!
We are back at Tate Modern to celebrate our eighth print issue.
The Sad Issue might sound depressing, but considering the events of the past year Sister feels that it is important to reflect upon where we are now, express our emotions and come together as community.
A panel will be hosted by founding editor in chief Beccy Hill, and feature a line up of contributors to the issue. Following the Tate we'd like everyone to party with us at The Glory.
DREAMING IN SIGNALS
Lucinda Bunny Barker is a 22 year old photographer and visual artist specialising in conceptual fashion editorial and creative direction. We take a look at her latest project 'Dreaming in Signals' which explores technology, social media and the ties our society has to them.
We take a look at Glam Jail which is the latest story from Franco-Brazilian photographer Pol Kurucz whose work has been featured in publications such as Vogue, ELLE, Glamour, The Guardian, Hunger TV, Sleek and Nylon.
Remember our Generally Quite Professional tees from earlier this year? Well, Flimsy + Amateurish is the next up in our Feedback Series, designed by our long time collaborator Hatti Rex. We've decided to team up with the amazing organisations Women Against Rape and Black Women's Action Project & 10% of every t-shirt sold will be donated. View our full tee shoot now!
COME PARTY WITH US
As much as we are passionate about print and online, we love to bring our community together IRL as often as possible. We hold regular workshops, panels and parties - check out where you can hang with us next.