Rajni Shah’s Feminist Killjoys Reading Group is seeking new members

“I am a feminist killjoy. It is what I do. It is how I think. It is my philosophy and my politics.”
– Sara Ahmed, www.feministkilljoys.com

The Feminist Killjoys Reading Group is seeking new members!

Urban Theatre Projects and artist Rajni Shah are looking for six committed people aged 16-25 years old who would like to get involved with the Feminist Killjoys Reading Group (FKRG) as it moves into its next phase.

FKRG began in Blacktown in October 2017 as a conversational group based around Sara Ahmed’s blog www.feministkilljoys.com We are now moving into the second phase of the project, and are looking for members who want to work closely with artist Rajni Shah to shape the future of this group.

This role will be paid, and will involve attending workshops, as well as helping run a series of public FKRG events that will be open to a wider audience in Blacktown between February and November 2018.

Interested? Contact Frank from Urban Theatre Projects at producer@urbantheatre.com.au or 02 9707 2111 for information on how to apply. The deadline for applications is midnight on 14 December 2017.

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Rajni Shah

Rajni Shah’s work as an artist leans gently but clearly across disciplines, countries and thought structures. She is a quiet voice of change, creating and curating visually engaging performances, interventions and writings that open up spaces for conversation and meeting.

More about Rajni Shah: www.rajnishah.com