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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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Hove Arts May 25
Venue 19 on the HOVE ARTS trail for the Festival this weekend is COLLECTORS SELECTION , & 3 dimensional work from top artists including See Hove Arts website for details -
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#WOMENSART May 24
"I am sure that as a woman I can do a very good skyscraper" Zaha Hadid (1950-2016), award winning, Iraqi-British architect
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The Feminist Library May 23
B our ! Sign up 2 b a Feminist Library Friend & help sustain the Library's efforts 2 save herstories! Friends - our regular donors, large & small alike! - help cover the running costs of the Library, keeping it safe 4 future generations of feminists:
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HovePlinth May 25
It’s the last chance to see these and other fabulous works of art at Collectors Selection at 43 Hove Park Villas. Proceeds go towards Hove Plinth and it’s fantastic new sculpture in the making. We look forward to seeing you.
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Hazel Reeves May 25
Come see the new miniature of the statue - the full 8ft plus was scanned and reduced down to 40cm and cast in bronze
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NatlMuseumWomenArts May 24
blends Chinese and Western artistic influences to explore Chinese history and culture, gender, identity, and memory. She is known for her use of historical Chinese photos in her paintings. ["Untitled (from "Seven Poses" series)," 2005]
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Sarah Khanum Maple May 24
This piece really should have been bigger. My show 'Human Trapped' now on until 8th June!
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Greta Thunberg May 24
Thank you everyone who school striked for the climate today around the world, in 131 countries and counting! And South- and North America are not done yet! This picture is from Stockholm today.
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Dr Jacqui Turner May 24
The stories of real people that and has turned up is incredible, their generosity and willingness to share is humbling ...
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Mary on the Green May 24
"It gives you goosebumps, you know, how close we came to losing it." ICYMI, a manuscript by Anne (sister-in-law of Mary), largely overlooked for the better part of two centuries, has now been digitised and is accessible to all. via
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Carol Ann Whitehead FRSA 🦓The Zebra Partnership May 24
Save the date 20 September 2019 from 3pm - and will be our speakers at the The Pankhurst Afternoon Tea hosted by Chancellors Hotel and The Zebra Partnership. Details to follow
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National Gallery May 25
Rosa Bonheur died in 1899. She dressed and (critics claimed) painted like a man, but Bonheur is one of the most important female artists of all time, who reached international levels of fame. Learn more about this pioneer here:
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Brighton Festival May 25
It's our last Brighton Festival 2019 Saturday! So head down and enjoy some Festival goodness. Here's what's on today.
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Tara Hewitt May 24
Alot of people dont know Im disabled (often because people dont see past fact im trans for a start but also because peoples presumptions are disabilities are visible) im deaf in one ear, have dyslexia & mental health issues.
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Antonia Canal May 24
The best, most nourishing & inspiring of days with for the symposium 👏🏾 Artists + activists + academics + changemakers + leaders(all) 🙏🏾
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Phoenix Brighton May 25
Stretch your legs along with your creativity on A Guided Walk on Mt Caburn, next happening on 1 June.
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The Charleston Trust May 24
‘Cultural catalyst’ and ‘media powerhouse’ Tina Brown transports us to 1980s New York with fascinating stories of the pressure and glamour of life at the helm of the world’s most iconic publications. Supported by
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The Refugee Tales May 23
Come and say hi to us at - we have a Refugee Tales stand at this weekend from tomorrow. You can be sure of a big welcome!
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The Charleston Trust May 24
Happy 30th Birthday ! We're continuing the festivities at our LGBTQ+ day of celebration on 8 June. Explore Charleston's ground-breaking history, take one of our new Queer House Tours and have your say on where we go next 🎉🎂🥳🏳️‍🌈
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Hazel Reeves May 25
Sounds like the perfect day!
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