A Festival to Celebrate Nature, Women and Their Empowering Connection
The Art Pavilion - London - 7 - 17 October 2021
The ECOFeminism Festival encompasses the Exhibition 'Utopia' and events programme, the ECOFeminism Conference and the ECOFeminism Short Film Festival. It is inspired by the ECOFeminism movement that started in the 70’s, exploring the relationship between nature and women. This has continuing relevance in a time of ecological crisis.
The Exhibition Utopia will showcase the theme through the work of 61 UK and International exhibiting artists working across multiple disciplines. The Exhibition is accompanied by an extensive Programme of Events including workshops and performances.
The Festival also presents a Conference discussing the evolution, misconceptions and intersectionality of ECOFeminism throughout history until today, and a Short Film Festival exploring the theme in the categories of Experimental, Animation, Fiction and Documentary by 15 UK and International Filmmakers. Screening at the famed Genesis Cinema!
Exhibition Utopia - The Art Pavilion - London
Group Art Exhibition Featuring 61 UK & International Multimedia Artists
The Exhibition Utopia Artworks Catalogue can be downloaded as a pdf here
ECOFeminism Short Film Festival
Genesis Cinema - Screen 2 - London
ECOFeminism SFF Programme
Programme of films screened at our 2021 Festival
ECOFeminism Conference - Ecology Pavilion - London
Discussing the evolution of ECOFeminism through history until today
Keynote Speaker Prof Alicia Puleo, University of Valladolid, Spain
Meet our Conference Speakers
Prof Alicia Puleo
Philosopher, Professor, Writer
University of Valladolid - Spain
EcoFeminism essays published worldwide.
Professor of Ethics and Political Philosophy & Board member of the Centre of Gender Studies at the University of Valladolid (Spain).
Awarded the “Berta Cáceres” Distinction for her contributions to EcoFeminist philosophy, 2020.
Ecofeminist, Climate Justice
Activist & Ecoreporter
I Lead Climate
Founder of I Lead Climate advocating for the restoration of Lake Chad, raising awareness about climate induced problems in conflict zones.
Recipient of the Ambassador of Conscience Award from Amnesty International Nigeria, 2019.
Feminist Researcher, Educator, Facilitator & Organizer
Campaigns Project Coordinator
Women Environmental Network
MA in Race and Social Justice (Goldsmiths University, UK).
Campaign Projects Coordinator at Women’s Environmental Network.
Fighter for women’s equality and passionate about addressing issues of ‘everyday’ politics and violence.