Category Archives: Events

Festival of Ideas – documentation

Bristol Feminism Past and Present in association with the Festival of Ideas, May 19 2011 This event brought together two feminists who were active in Bristol in the 1970s, Ellen Malos and Dale Wakefield, and contrasted their experience with two … Continue reading

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More documentation…

With thanks to Ellie Kynaston for the photos. The Pat VT West poetry evening Wednesday 18 May 2011

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Documentation – events

Rosemary Schonfeld’s Drumming Workshop Sunday 22 May Women in Manual Trades Discussion 25 May 2011 You can listen to discussion below For more about Women in Manual Trades see the 1978 programme A Woman’s Place from the BBC’s fascinating archive … 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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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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Photos from the opening afternoon tea party, 7 May, 2011

Thanks to May Withers for taking these! Please send any more photos to sistershow@hammeronpress.net

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Hidden Herstories – tomorrow! (12th May)

Tomorrow we are screening Hidden Herstories from 7-9pm. The film profiles the lives of four hugely important – but often forgotten women – Octavia Hill, Amy Ashwood Garvey, Claudia Jones and Jayaben Desai. It offers engaging and moving portraits of … Continue reading

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