DAZED 100 X HABIBI COLLECTIVE
Text by Roisin Tapponi
The 2021 Dazed 100 – part of Open To Change, a larger platform from Dazed and Converse aiming to carve out visibility for underrepresented voices – is all about spotlighting the cultural changemakers breaking new ground across the globe. It’s about platforming ideas that will enact radical change, and looking at what’s next for the creative industries too.
As part of the programme this year, five of the Dazed 100 cohort will explore their field, their practice and their hopes for the future in their own article for Dazed. From London-based musician cktrl to the groundbreaking South African magazine and agency Bubblegum Club. First up: Habibi Collective, an open source digital archive and curatorial platform celebrating women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa.
Part of the Habibi Collective takeover in October 2021:
PANEL: ‘COLLECTIVE EFFORT’ CREATING ART SPACES BEYOND THE INSTITUTION
Habibi Collective – the open source digital archive and curatorial platform celebrating women’s filmmaking from South-West Asia and North Africa – will discuss the rising power of collectives and how they can provide structure for those working on the margins and outside institutional frameworks.
MASTERCLASS: FUNDRAISING YOUR MOVING IMAGE WORK
The good old traditional way, the new way and doing it in your own way
Are you an emerging artist looking for funding for your moving image work? Join Habibi Collective for a conversation on how to secure funding and sustain your practice. From what commissioners are looking for to translating your ideas into a pitching deck and demystifying the funding application process.