Monthly Archives: May 2011

Over and Out…

…well not quite. But pretty soon activity on this blog will be wrapped up – after the final documents are uploaded. Its been quite an amazing few weeks. Many people have come and enjoyed the Sistershow Revisited exhibition and learnt … Continue reading

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Sistershow – Press

Here is a collection of all the press coverage Sistershow Revisited has got in local and international media (so far!) ‘Sister Act’ by Steve Wright in Venue Magazine, May 2011. Sistershow Revisited by Jane Mornement ‘Satirical, Savvy and Sensational’ by … Continue reading

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More pictures

Kes, Bristol’s kindest and most helpful man with a van. But his strength was nothing compared to this fine specimen. How many queers does it take to put up a photograph? Its all about the process Opening day! Alison Rook, … Continue reading

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Sistershow Revisited animation by Kayleigh Gibbons

After surviving the zine making workshop and all-ages gig at the exhibition today, I come home to find this splendid animation made by Kayleigh Gibbons in my inbox. Check it out! Untitled from Kayleigh Gibbons on Vimeo.

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Silks Sows Ear & Drumming Workshop

This Sunday why not pop down to the exhibition and catch a showing of Silk Sows Ear, a film about feminist music scenes in the early 1980s. We will show the film at 1pm. You can see a trailer here: … Continue reading

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Jan Martin reflects on the artistic practise of Jackie Thrupp

The text below was read out by Jan Martin, the design brains behind the exhibition, at the opening tea-party on Saturday 7 May. Enjoy reading about how her engagement with Jackie Thrupp’s work has enriched her creativity. The text also … Continue reading

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Monica As I Knew Her by Ros Beauhill

After the success of the fantastic ‘Feminism, Spirituality and Politics’ workshop cum ritual that took place on Tuesday night at the exhibition, I thought it would be a good idea to upload an article by Ros Beauhill that, for reasons … Continue reading

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