Sunday School is a feminist pedagogical project led by artists and researchers Kelly Doley and Diana Smith. Launched in 2015, it is an artistic experiment in horizontal learning and a platform for the exchange of skills and knowledge. Through a range of workshops, publications, performances and other discursive events,Sunday School aims to generate discourse alongside the application of practical skills. This year they have hosted Wikipedia-Edit-a-Thons to redress the gender imbalance on Wikipedia, hosted workshops with leading thinkers such as American art historian Amelia Jones, and presented the first stage of their research project Feminist Futures: The Lucy R. Lippard Lectures, at Artspace in Sydney. This project is part of an ongoing series of experiments that revisit feminist histories and practices through oral histories, archival research and performance re-enactment.