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Hazel Reeves
Sculptor - passion for sculpting portraits & telling stories of struggles for social justice MRSS SWA FRSA
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#WOMENSART Sep 19
'For whatever happens to the plants and animals also happens to the humans' by Jaune Quick–to–See Smith, Native American contemporary artist of Cree ancestry
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#WOMENSART Sep 19
Artist Anne Percoco’s “Indra’s Cloud” a mobile, floating sculpture, was built in 2009 from plastic bottles collected in India’s Yamuna River
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#WOMENSART Sep 19
Extinction symbol by Carrie Reichardt, UK artist and a figurehead for the Craftivism movement
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#WOMENSART Sep 19
From the Craftivist Collective, UK founded by Sarah Corbett, encouraging creation of stitched messages to send to politicians addressing and other issues, within a long history linking crafts to radical action
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clare mulley Sep 20
Starting the day at the London SOE memorial. The bust of is by sculptor
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Lady Astor Statue Sep 20
Sculptor Hayley Gibbs fine-tunes the top half of in wax which is inspected, fitted with spru's and through to the next stage. Roll on 28th Nov! Join us in for the unveiling!
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Manchester Museum Sep 20
Dinosaurs thought they had time too... ACT NOW! Today Stan our T. rex is ON STRIKE, removed from public view & cloaked in black in solidarity with the
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People's History Museum Sep 20
We have a great collection of protest objects from the last 200 years. Help us keep it up to date. Donate your banners & placards or objects that tell the story of climate activism. Email collections[at]
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carve her name... Sep 20
, 20 Sept 1973, Billie Jean King beats Bobby Riggs in the 'Battle of the Sexes' tennis match in the USA. King pushed for equal prize money for male and female players, and started the first professional female tour.
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FiLiA Sep 20
Huge thank you to for choosing to be their chosen as part of initiative. This means along with their intern will support us with key projects.
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PMSA_Sculpture Sep 20
Have you subscribed to Sculpture Journal yet? Get full access to thought leadership in sculpture. Published three times a year by and
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NatlMuseumWomenArts Sep 20
It's your last few days to catch "More is More: Multiples" (and the "Erase Discrimination" (1999)) before it closes. See it tomorrow on for free or on Sunday! 💪 Learn more → 🎟️ tickets →
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Helen Antrobus Sep 20
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Written a book about this flippin statue, please be assured I know how to spell Emmeline!
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Hazel Reeves Sep 20
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Ha ha!
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Hazel Reeves Sep 20
Just seen it. Love it.
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Pankhurst Centre 🐝 Sep 20
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MIC Sep 18
Strong Manchester Women shows off the underground HERoes doing brilliant things in our communities We've had global listeners. How powerful is that? Listen 👉 & on all podcast aps
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NatlMuseumWomenArts Sep 19
IS OPEN! 🎊 Explore the iconic 's latest body of work, "The End: A Meditation on Death and Extinction," in which she tackles human mortality and species extinction in works of painted porcelain and glass, and bronze sculptures.
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PMSA_Sculpture Sep 17
Check out this wonderful free performance event at Royal Society of Sculptors this weekend.
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#WOMENSART Sep 16
"Tell your own story, and you will be interesting" Louise Bourgeois (photo: M. Johansson)
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