Femme Fierce, the largest all-female street art event in the UK

Femme Fierce, the largest all-female street art event in the UK is dedicated to unearthing and highlighting the best of the burgeoning female artists on the street art scene. Coinciding with International Women’s Week, Femme Fierce is a celebration of women that create art in studios, lurk in dark alleyways, scale roof tops, enter abandoned buildings and add colour to the grey concrete walls that make up our cityscape for the love of the covert and oft-maligned world of street art and graffiti.

Spanning across 7 days, London based Femme Fierce, kick starts the series of events with the official opening night party on Friday March 7th. Consisting of the largest street art group show of its kind, Femme Fierce is introducing a series of new works by both British and UK based international female street artists and graffiti writers Amara Por Dios, Ashes57, BoxHead, Artista, Zina, Thieu and Girls on Top and is curated by The Street Art Agency and Earth Tone Arts at Cre8 Gallery.

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Saturday 8th March, International Women’s day, will see the Femme Fierce group showcase artists joined by over 100 International female graffiti writers, and street artists from across the globe to set a Guinness World Record for “Largest Spray Paint Mural by multiple artists” for Femme Fierce: The All Female Leake Street Take Over
of the infamous Leake street tunnel (affectionately known as the Banksy tunnel). This event is sponsored by Forest Recycling project’s The Paint Place and Paint 360.

For your chance to be part of this legendary event, sign up here for £2.50 All proceeds go to the Breast Cancer Care charity.

The world premiere of street art documentary ‘Women on Walls’ will be hosted at Cre8 Gallery on Sunday 9th March followed by a Q+A with the director and some of the participants, ‘Women on walls is a 25 minute documentary on women street artists by Danish filmmaker Cathryn Cort Koppel exploring the issues, dangers and marginalisation that the women street artists face and how they overcome the hurdles they face.