About Us

Clear Lines started as the UK’s first-ever festival dedicated to addressing sexual assault and consent through the arts and discussion. Founded and crowdfunded by volunteers in 2015, it was a truly special grassroots success -- and is still going. Clear Lines was born out of the need to create an open, honest, and inclusive conversation around these experiences, to replace the shame and silence with insight, understanding, and community. Since our two multi-day festivals in 2015 and 2017, we now hold a series of events online, in London, and further afield, often partnering with organisations to create a survivor-centered, arts-inspired dialogue around sexual violence and abuse.

 Stories by survivors – how are blogs, podcasts and other forms of new media helping to change the narrative?

On Wednesday February 5th, we’ll be joined in discussion by three talented individuals who are using various forms of new media to surpass the everyday narrative around sexual violence, trauma and vulnerability and give a platform to those with lived experience. We’ll be announcing speakers shortly.

To reserve your free spot, go to our Eventbrite page.

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