This exhibition marks the beginning of the Democratic Education Network’s series on gender issues during international women’s month and will be concluded by a round table discussion event on the 29th March. The International Women’s Day 2017 campaign theme #BeBoldForChange calls on forging a more gender inclusive world, the Silent Oppressions Exhibition aims to showcase the micro-aggressions (daily invisible aggressions) that diminish the creation of this gender-inclusive community.
The art show and following roundtable discussion will bring together art and academia, showcasing new artistic student talent complementing academic research on gender presented by both established academics and students who have taken a specialised interest in gender studies thereby bringing together works from both social science and the arts. The exhibition will feature canvas artwork, a curated photography series, interactive workshops, live performances and a short film screening.
Venue: Portland Hall, Regent Street Campus, University of Westminster
Date: 24th of March 2017
Time: 10 a.m to 6 p.m
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