Empowering the Individual through the Collective

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Monday March 2nd from 6-8pm at 2 Church Street, Folkestone CT20 1SE

“it could be argued that neo-liberal feminism operating within today’s model of capitalism privileges the individual over the collective and is disenfranchising women artists by placing too much emphasis on autonomous agency rather than political agency as a group” 

(from http://www.thewhitereview.org/art/redressing-the-balance-women-in-the-art-world/)

Tickets are free but spaces are limited – please book online at www.quarterhouse.co.uk  or through the Quarterhouse Box Office 01303 760 750

The Stitched Time Installation, produced and curated by Clare Smith, is a shared-making project with artists Gwen Hedley, Rosie James, Joanna Jones, Claire Manning, Ruth Payne, Linda Simon, Bev Williams and Clare SmithThe exhibition is open from Tuesday 3 March – Saturday 7 March.
Opening times: Tues-Fri: 12pm-3pm  Sat: 11am-4pm

WOW Folkestone 2015 celebrates the incredible achievements of women and girls and looks at the most potent topics for women today. It is curated by Allegra Galvin (The Quarterhouse), Diane Dever (Folkestone Fringe) and Leah Thorn.

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