Dundee Women’s Festival 2020
“Women Making Waves”
29th February – 14th March 2020

On March 8th each year, International Women’s Day is celebrated all over the world, to recognise women’s rights, qualities and achievements.

Twenty seven countries have a public holiday.  
Here in Dundee we are doing even better – we’re holding a two week long festival! 


Click link below to view the full programme

Dundee Women’s Festival Programme 2020

Our Programme is 
available in print from a number of organisations, venues and shops throughout Dundee and Angus. If you would like some printed programmes to distribute, a poster to display, or have any queries regarding the Festival please email  dundeewomensfest@gmail.com If you have any queries regarding individual events please email the contacts directly.


Amendments & additions to Dundee Women’s Festival Programme 2020


29th February
Feisty Women Making Waves – Discovery Point

Please note that the ticket price is £10 – this includes brunch and there is free entry for delegates to Discovery Point museum.

3rd March
Women Making Art – The McManus Gallery

Eventbrite link for this event – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/women-making-art-dundee-womens-festival-tickets-90951573605

3rd March
Reproductive Loss – Confronting the Taboo through Science Fiction

Please note change of venue to Scrymgeour Building, Park Place, University of Dundee, Dundee, DD1 4HN.

4th March
Where Dundee Took Me: Career Tales of Staff & Graduates
Eventbrite Link for booking free place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/where-dundee-took-me-career-tales-of-staff-and-graduates-tickets-78972820833

7th March
Is there space for me?

This event has now been CANCELLED.

10th March
Frida Kahlo – The Artist and the Woman

Please note change of venue to Carnelly Building, University of Dundee, Dundee DD1 4HN.


The Exhibition due to take place at Duncan of Jordanstone “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” is no longer going ahead.


Also taking place during Dundee Women’s Festival – all welcome:


Dundee Women’s Festival is supported by the Wellcome Institutional Strategic Support Fund awarded to University of Dundee,
and by Dundee City Council.