Exhibition opening

Politics and Protest: Posters from the Women's Liberation Movement.

All welcome
Friday 16th November 2018

51 East Street
United Kingdom

Full disabled access and baby changing facilities.

Join us for  the opening of our exhibition, Politics and Protest: Posters from the Women’s Liberation Movement and the launch of Hatpins to Hashtags in Bridport. 

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?

All welcome and refreshments provided.

Event leader
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Sue Tate

Sue Tate is a Trustee of the Feminist Archive South and strand co-ordinator for the Hatpins to Hashtags exhibition "Politics and Protest: Poster from the Women's Liberation Movement."

Sue is a freelance art historian and Research Fellow at the University of the West of England. Her interest is in women artists - their contributions and how, once included, they change the story of art.  Recently she has worked on women in Pop Art with a case study of Pauline Boty, British Pop artist.