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Goldsmiths University


Artist/Researchers working with the Women’s Art Library - (M)otherwise and How to Be Together: Exploring Matriarchal Spaces 


"Galit Criden was Women’s Art Library artist-in-residence during the first term of full return to campus after the lockdown in Autumn 2021. She will discuss her research project How To Be Together during which she explored alternative ways to collaborate and learn together, using the matriarchal perspective as a tool to further feminist queer activism. Galit collected conversations between women and students living in the UK, co-convening a series of reading groups, performative workshops, and leading a love letter webinar. Through the simple act of listening, drawing, sharing of space, begin acts of exchange, solidarity, and imagination".

Goldsmiths University


Yes to the Work! : The Women's Art Library, a film by Holly Antrum commissioned by Art360 Foundation 


A short film exploring the legacy of the Women's Art Library, produced by Holly Antrum and Edwin Mingard in collaboration with the charity, Art360 Foundation.

Expanded Archives Network: Being, Making, Becoming: Women’s Art Archives as Sites of Activation

Openlab Chisenhale Dance Space

Phase ll We are Moving

Season 6, Seasons 19&20: "The Primal Body" - a Fasilitated OP with Galit Criden. 


OPENLAB is a model for professional self-development for performers devised Antonio de la Fe. It hosts open sessions for anyone interested in a shared space for performance practice. In this way, OPENLAB could be understood as a co-working space for performers. At the same time, OPENLAB proposes a frame of work that revolves around a basic question: what does ‘to perform’ entail?

M.A.M.A. Issue n.48 - Galit Criden



Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 48th edition of this scholarly discourse. Literature intersects with art to explore the wonder and the challenges of motherhood. Using words and art to connect new pathways between the academic, the para-academic, the digital and the real, as well as the everyday: wherever you live, work and play, the Art of Motherhood is made manifest. #JoinMAMA #artandmotherhood

A Night of Dance in the Fourth Dimention - Observation Room by Galit Criden 

observation room

Originally published: 12 April 2016 Tally Ben Nun for Haaretz Newspaper Post Jerusalem’s YMCA Performances

A performance art piece was showcased at Jerusalem’s YMCA venue –Galit Criden’s Observation Room. The piece was created with its own unique affinity for the space, however – the negotiating between the private/ individual and the public/general was not only influenced by the piece itslef but also from the mood and atmosphere of the location, and the complementary relationship that had formed between itself and the performance piece

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