F. Festival 2019

a platform exhibiting equality in the arts

F. Festival is aimed at exhibiting Equality in the Arts. Our free festival starts at noon this Saturday 11th of March 2017 with events running right into the night. Iconic and well-loved Dublin venues Hangar, The Grand Social, Wigwam, Filmbase and The Back Loft will host an Eclectic & Broad spectrum of Women working in Art, Comedy, Spoken Word, Music, Film, and our Talks series which are free and open to all.

Temple Bar Art Gallery

13:00 - 21:00


Bunny Collective Showcase and Magazine Launch

Charlotte Cullen
Aoife O'Dwyer
Francesca Kritikos
Samantha Conlonf
Penny Goring


Loud Mouth Zine


Featured Artists

Emma Mc Keagney - Installation & Performance

Emma Lene

Louise Rowland

Nessa Finnegan



Voicebox Voice Training App
For the 46,000 transgender people in Ireland, there is no publicly funded service for speech and language therapy. Voicebox is an app with four exercises to help people confidently develop their voice to their preferred gender in between therapy sessions. It can be used for practising breathing, pitch range and loudness. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to voice therapy, so users can set their own personal goals and track their own progress.

The George

Forgotten Femmes
Curated By Alannah Bellamy
19:00 - 22:00

This photo exhibition will display equality across board as well as defining what we mean when we talk about inclusion. Feminism affects various types of people daily but we tend to only think of those who were born female and continue to identify as female. The exhibition will show that feminism knows no boundaries and is readily there to support anyone who appreciates femininity.