The Feminist Archive South presents
Free ‘Art and Activism’ Workshop
Saturday 1st December 1-3pm

Meet at The Box Community Hub Space, Fifth Floor, House of Fraser, Plymouth. The workshop will be held in House of Fraser's Boardroom, but we will meet in The Box Community Hub Space on the fifth floor.

This free workshop will draw on the Feminist Archive’s exhibition of over 60 striking posters from the Women’s Liberation Movement which will set the stage for a creative feminist poster and zine making workshop.

The Feminist Archive South presents

Plymouth Feminist Forum

Sunday 2nd December 2-3.30pm

Hosted by The Box Community Hub Space, Fifth Floor, House of Fraser Plymouth.

An opportunity to connect with other feminist activists in Plymouth, explore the contemporary feminist issues which matter to you and plan to take action!

REWRITING HERSTORY: Feminist Creative Writing Workshop with

Dreadnought SW and the Feminist Archive South
Saturday 8th December 1-3pm, Devonport Guildhall

A free feminist creative writing workshop with acclaimed playwright Natalie McGrath and the Feminist Archive South. Drawing on feminist writers, archive materials from Suffrage to the Women’s Liberation Movement and oral herstory, this workshop will ask what it means to rework the words of a century of feminist activists.

The software we use is increasingly seen as a political issue, but it’s easy to be distracted by the promises made by easy to use online software. There is an active, global, Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement that makes it possible to learn to do almost anything, but the first steps can be the hardest.

How can we start to own and control our data and the online systems we use?

The software we use is increasingly seen as a political issue, but it’s easy to be distracted by the promises made by easy to use online software. There is an active, global, Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement that makes it possible to learn to do almost anything, but the first steps can be the hardest.

How can we start to own and control our data and the online systems we use?

Join us for the launch of Hatpins to Hashtags in Plymouth and the opening of our exhibition, Politics and Protest: posters from the Women’s Liberation Movement. We are pleased to be hosted by the Community Hub space on the fifth floor of House of Fraser which is fully accessible.

These dynamic posters celebrate the activists of the Women’s Liberation Movement (1970-2000) who spoke out and campaigned against discrimination and inequality. They ask us to think: what has been achieved, what is still to be done?