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CreatEVE House - Masterclass with Queen of the Track - Playhouse Derry

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5-7 Artillery Street , Derry, BT48 6RG
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Perfect for…Writers, journalists, publishers and bloggers

Join the editorial team of Liverpool based feminist ezine Queen of the Track

Stephanie Gavan is a visual artist and writer based in Liverpool, working across text, sound, moving image and sculpture. She graduated from Goldsmiths College, London in 2014 where she studied Fine Art and History of Art. Since returning to Liverpool she has undergone training with Liverpool Biennial as well as joining the Queen of the Track team as Co-Editor.

Flis Mitchell is and artist and project maker based in North Liverpool, in 2009 she co-founded the Liverpool Roller Birds and in 2012 co-directed Liverpool's first commercial art fair CAVE. She co-founded Queen of the Track in 2012. Flis has worked extensively in participation and project management. Flis's art practice is primarily drawing research, focusing on the parameters of contemporary drawing.

Hannah is an Artist based in the Royal Standard, Liverpool. Hannah works as part of creative collaborative duo, Faux Queens, with Amy Ryan Brew, regularly using performance and costume to address ideas around the theatre of gender. Hannah is a co-founder and co-editor of Queen of the Track, a self-published feminist zine and webzine. 

Queen of the Track is a zine and digital platform for self-identified women run by a tiny team of feminists and friends based in Liverpool, UK. It is a new zine for women run by a tiny team of feminists, artists, writers, gamers and wig wearers, with a pet hyena (imagined) too much eyeliner and a tendency towards sexually aggressive dancing.

Aimed at creative and thinking women, Queen of the Track offers energetic articles and perceptive polemic from varied writers; we include dynamic fashion and use make-up as dramatic theatrical fun; tackle issues of gender politics, history, literature and encourage insightful social debate.

Without taking it’s self too seriously Queen of the Track offers a much needed alternative to traditional magazine offerings for women; ambitious and funny, Queen of the Track is vogue on crack.

Kindly funded by DCAL

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