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The Space Issue Launch & Panel Discussion

To celebrate the launch of our seventh issue we will be holding a panel discussion at The Tate hosted by founding editor in chief Beccy Hill. With a panel line up of contributors from The Space Issue which includes cover star Claire Yurika Davis founder of latex label Hanger and Gina Tonic plus more. The talk will explore the theme of Space, and how each woman has carved out their own within their creative fields. Following the discussion panellists welcome questions from the audience. To find out more details and to RSVP head to our Facebook. We can't wait to see you there!

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SISTER SUMMER PARTY

🍹🌴 IT'S COMING!🌴🍹 RSVP ON FACEBOOK NOW We're hosting a v special summer bash at our favourite club. Get down from 9pm as we have a LIMITED number of goodie bags to give away (with gifts from Hawaiian Tropic Emily Fruit Crisps and Ugly Water) exclusive Sister cocktails and summer woemance tales with Achey Breaky Heart zine. DJ sets from -Kush from Work It 10pm-11.30pmMunroe Bergdorf 11.30pm-1amGIRLI 1am-3am GIFs from the night will be snapped by Kate Bones 📸 The guest with the fleekiest SUMMER PARTY outfit will win copies of the Size and Strong issues, featuring Grace Neutral and Emily Bador. We have another BIG giveaway launching next week, so keep your 👀 on our Facebook page and tell...

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ZINE WORKSHOP @ BRIGHTON DOME

Anyone can make a zine. You don’t need a computer, fancy programming, or super cool contacts. You just need something to say, and some materials with which to express that! The roots of DIY publishing lie in a cut and paste aesthetic and attitude, and that’s exactly what we’ll be channeling. Bring your passion and your ideas, and we’ll help you create the rest. Sister is a feminist magazine founded in 2012 by Beccy Hill. Now on it’s sixth issue, it focuses on female talent, opinion and culture. The core value of the magazine is that all issues are women’s issues, and that those issues being discussed by as many people as possible, will achieve concrete change. WHERE? Museum Lab ...

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