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Artists in Residence

New for 2019

New for the first time this year, we are delighted to introduce our Fertility Fest artists-in-residence at the Barbican.

Visual Artist-in-Residence
Tabitha Moses

Liverpool prize-winning artist Tabitha Moses, creator of some of the most beautiful work on fertility, infertility and IVF including Investment and On Food and Longing will be our visual artist in residence for the duration of the festival at the Barbican meeting artists, experts and patients and creating a tapestry of fertility stories shared.



Katy Lindemann

Writer Katy Lindemann (featured in 2018 in the Guardian, Metro and Woman’s Hour) for her outspoken views on fertility, infertility and IVF will be blogging in the lead up and during the festival from her unique perspective as the ‘Barren-ness’ of the ‘Uber Barren’s Club’.

Read the Fertility Fest 2019 blog posts

Visit the Uber Barren's Club site

Natalie Silverman

Natalie Silverman, the voice and heart behind the hugely successful The Fertility Podcast, will be our fertility podcaster in residence. She'll be giving the world a chance to listen to the Fertility Fest experience from the comfort of their headphones.

Listen to the Fertility Fest 2019 podcasts

Visit The Fertility Podcast's site

Throughout the festival


With thanks to our principal clinic supporters:

Herts and Essex Fertility Centre colour.

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