FOR OUR FREEDOM YEARS




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FOR OUR FREEDOM YEARS AT TOWN HOUSE

29 October – 11 November 2011

Private View 28 October 6-9

11:30-5:30 Closed Sunday and Monday

5 Fournier Street, London, E1 6QE

forourfreedomyears.blogspot.com

You are invited to for our freedom years, an exhibition exploring the role of women in contemporary art and culture.

for our freedom years is a reaction to the idea that as women we share the same ideals, beliefs, ethos and problems, fundamentally the same identity. This exhibition and collective brings together two female artists, Gemma Donovan and Kerry Clark, who draw upon their experiences as women in order to re-evaluate the notions of femininity.

EVENTS

5 November 12pm

Women Talk Women in Art with Oriana Fox

5 November 2:30pm

Words from the Heart with for our freedom years artists;

Are you riddled with guilt? In need of some much needed advice? Are you finding it hard to make the right choice or are you one of those indecisive women? Want success as a woman?                                                                                        

Performance lead event, Words from the Heart asks participants to bring with them their confessions, aided by tea and cake Kerry Clark and Gemma Donovan pick apart those troubles and deliver some much needed advice!                                      

 No problem too big or too small! RSVP to forourfreedomyears@hotmail.co.uk, limited spaces so book now to avoid disappointment.

Reserve a place forourfreedomyears@hotmail.co.uk

for more information please visit forourfreedomyears.blogspot.com

Duration 29 October 2011 - 11 November 2011
Times 11:30 - 5:30 Closed Sunday and Monday
Cost FREE
Venue TOWN HOUSE
Address 5 Fournier Street London E1 6QE, ,
Contact 07855797652 / forourfreedomyears@hotmail.co.uk / forourfreedomyears.blogspot.com/

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