Feminist voices from Southwest Asia, North Africa and Europe
Feminist voices from Southwest Asia, North Africa and Europe come together, speak out and perform during Tashweesh festival.
Tashweesh is the Arabic word for rustling, hubbub, murmur. Many voices come together in the unintelligible murmur of a crowd. Tashweesh festival, which travels between Brussels, Tunis and Vienna, will hear these murmurs come closer before taking the stage.
Audiences, artists and speakers from Southwest Asia, North Africa and Europe join a glocal conversation to imagine a feminist and connected society spanning across seas and borders.
Through performances, conversations, reading groups, screenings, concerts and club nights, we seek common ground beyond perceived cultural boundaries. We talk about stereotypes, queer and trans utopias, gender, bodies, public space, activist strategies and feminist revolutions.
Speakers, a.o.: Fatima Daas
Performances with: Rima Najdi
, Salma Said & Miriam Coretta Schulte
, Yasmina Reggad
, Parvin Saljoughi
Exhibition: Basma Alsharif, Ghita Skali, Golnesa Rezanezhad
Films a.o. by: Marwa Arsanios, Swoosh Lieu, Amel Guellaty, Intissar Belaid
Party, a.o. by: DJ Haram, Soumaya Phéline
In partnership with L'Art Rue (Tunis), Tanzquartier (Vienna) and Beursschouwburg (Brussels) with the support of the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
The Goethe-Institut Brussels and the Beursschouwburg strive to make their events accessible to all. If you have any special needs, please contact the Beursschouwburg team: 02 550 03 50 or email@example.com
The rooms of the Beursschouwburg - except fot the Black Box - are barrier-free for people in wheelchairs.
We would like to improve in terms of accessibility and welcome feedback: Marlena.Von.Wedel@Goethe.de