International Women’s Day Spotlight 2024

IWD 2024 spotlight of artists: Moreblessing Maturure, Rashmi Ravindran and Maria Tran

On International Women’s Day 2024, we’re excited to amplify the voices and talents of culturally and racially marginalised creatives inclusive of WOC and non-binary folk. This year’s spotlight includes creatives Moreblessing Maturure, Rashmi Ravindran and Maria Tran. Check out their showcased creative works as part of Diversity Arts’ initiatives across the years.

Spotlight: Moreblessing Maturure

Listen to an interview with multidisciplinary artist, activist, Ted X speaker and creative director of FOLK magazine, Moreblessing Maturure about fighting erasure, the importance of having spaces to experiment and create, and the need for critics of colour

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Spotlight: Rashmi Ravindran

“They’ve challenged the status quo by telling stories not often seen or heard in our cultural landscape.” – Rashmi Ravindran on platforming South Asian artists in her intergenerational short film, First Impressions. Rashmi is a Writer, Director and Producer based in Darug country.

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Spotlight: Maria Tran

Operation Kung Flu is a film that entertains us with the notion of how we deal with racism in a Hong Kong action female cop genre way. Maria Tran is an actor, filmmaker and martial artist working across video, performance and action choreography.

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Spotlight: Creative Equity Toolkit

Looking to explore the connections between gender, race, support, and equal pay in the creative industry? Check out the #CreativeEquityToolkit for valuable resources on International Women’s Day.

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