Monthly Archives: November 2010

Exhibition venue

Last night we visited Centrespace Gallery where the exhibition is being held in May. It’s a lovely space and its going to look even better when it is filled with information about Sistershow. The gallery has recently been awarded Arts … Continue reading

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Sistershow images

Sadly there is not a lot of visual or audio-visual footage of Sistershow. A lot of the photos were lost by the BBC who were planning to make a documentary about the group. Sadly this never transpired and the photos … Continue reading

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School Engagement Proposal for Sistershow Revisited

As part of the exhibition programme for Sistershow Revisited we will be offering educational activities aimed at schools in the Bristol area. Please repost this proposal widely! Sistershow Revisited: School Engagement Proposal Sistershow Revisited is an exhibition taking place at … Continue reading

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The 1970s Women’s Liberation Movement in European Perspective

Sistershow Revisited has been added to the bill of this really interesting workshop to spread the word about the exhibition and the importance of remembering the cultural and artistic interventions of the WLM. Read on…. Lucy Delap (University of Cambridge) … Continue reading

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Soon at least a thousand of these fliers will grace the city of Bristol and beyond in order to spread the word about Sistershow Revisited. Thanks to Kris Littlesun for design skills!

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Knowledge Is – a short film about opening up access to archives

For anyone frustrated by how difficult it can be to access archives, this film offers a glimmer of hope for the future. It also includes rare footage of the suffragettes, including Emily Wilding Davidson throwing herself under the King’s horse.

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