I am proud to be showing my wire piece, “Matrilinear”, tomorrow, 9.8.17, in the Nasty Women exhibition in Wigan, part of the global, feminist, Nasty Woman campaign. Matrilinear is a celebration of the strengths, vulnerabilities and inherent connectivity of generations of motherhood, details of the exhibition below, all welcome :
We cordially invite you to our Nasty Women Wigan exhibition at Cross Street Arts.
11th Aug – 2nd Sept.
Cross Street Arts, 114-116 The Standish Centre, Cross Street, Standish, Wigan, WN6 0HQ
Associated with the global Nasty Women movement, we are fundraising for local charities The Brick and Empathy. Some works are for sale.
Exhibiting artists: Lo Green, Olivia Brazier, Jane Fairhurst, Jo Barcas Buchan, Ffion Pritchard, Elaine Phipps, Rosalind Barker, Claire Doyle, Alice Watkins, Vanessa Alves, Ellen Moss, Hazel Roberts, Gaenor Deacon, Maryamsadat Amirvaghefi, Maria Walker, Anna FC Smith
Paula Fenwick- Lucas, Lucy Sharkey, Amy Cecilia Leigh, Jacqui Priestley, Rachael Finney, Ellie Barrett, Jenny Drinkwater, Sally Barker, Emily Calland, Emily Ashcroft, Helena Denholm, Lois Hopwood, Laura Simms & Katie Simms, Wendy Boyers
Opening party: 11th Aug 7.30 – 9.30pm – With performance by Claire Doyle
Craft Stall: 12th Aug – Wigan Pride, Wigan Town Centre
Closing party: 2nd Sept 7.30 – 9.30pm – With performances by Lindsey Holding & Louise Fazackerley. Tombola and stall.
Gallery opening times: Sat and Sunday and by appointment.
During the final moments of the third and final presidential debate, Donald Trump interrupted Clinton as she was answering a question about social security. “Such a nasty woman,” he muttered into his microphone….. this instantly went viral and so the Nasty Woman campaign was born