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The Face of Suffrage is a new large scale art installation created to celebrate 100 years of Votes for Women by Helen Marshall The ‘Face of Suffrage’ artwork is a floor-based, 200 metre square photo mosaic consisting of more than 3,500 images of females from across the West Midlands.
It will be located on the concourse of Birmingham New Street Station. The artwork will be made up of a combination of historical images, women involved in the Suffrage movement from the early 1900s, and from photographs made today by people that have photographed the women in their lives and wish to join in to commemorate and celebrate their stories.
It will be exhibited from the 15th November to the 14th December.
In association with The Face of Suffrage there are a series of free public talks.
Wed 21 November at 6pm, The Face of Suffrage artist Helen Marshall
Lloyds Room at Birmingham Hippodrome. Lead artist of The Face of Suffrage Helen Marshall speaks about the project in Birmingham and her other collaborative projects nationally and internationally.
Wed 12 December at 6pm, Historian Dr Nicola Gauld
Lloyds Room, Birmingham Hippodrome. Historian, writer and academic expert on the Suffragette movement Dr Nicola Gauld provides an overview of the Suffragist Campaign and a specific look at Birmingham and women's stories.
Thurs 10 January at 6pm, Artists and Community Archivists Anand Chhabra and Geoff Broadway
Gowling Room, Birmingham Hippodrome. Artists, Photographers and Archivists Anand Chhabra and Geoff Broadway talk about the community archives Apna Heritage and Living Memory and the role of women in archive histories and community photography archives.
*These are free & unticketed events, please arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled start time to secure a seat. Information: http://grainphotographyhub.co.uk/portfolio-type/the-face-of-suffrag...
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