@theWHYfront a.k.a South London Women Artists undertake their biggest collaboration yet - an investigation into the effect of endemic sexism in our every day lives leading to tongue-in-cheek performances that give the unexpected findings A Public Airing
@theWHYfront have been out and about with a replica of the Petitions Bag that hangs on the back of the Speaker's Chair in the House of Commons, visiting schools and asking the public
'How have you been affected by sexism?' and collecting written Petitions For Change
Kicking off Parliament Week and the exhibition It's In The Bag, artists Kim Thornton, Laura Moreton-Griffiths, Jackie Brown, Louise Townsend, Robina Doxi, Moira Jarvis and Melissa Budasz will talk about the project It's In The Bag!
Come and see what @theWHYfront has discovered
Book your free ticket via eventbrite:
7pm Guests should arrive
7.15pm A Public Airing will be performed
7.30pm theWHYfront talk about the project
8.30pm Q & A
An artist led project, @theWHYfront hope to encourage public debate and dialogue around sexism, and momentum for change
For more information:
Other @theWHYfront Parliament Week activities:
It's In The Bag Exhibition
15-21 November 2013. Hide Gallery Leathermarket.
22B Leathermarket St SE1 3HP
Open daily 11am-6pm
A Public Airing will be performed:
Monday 11 November 2013. Peckham, Canary Wharf & Westminster
Monday 18 November 2013. Deptford, Southbank & Westminster
To catch a performance follow #APublicAiring on Twitter
Sunday 17 November 2013. Speaker's Corner, Hyde Park. 11.30am
15-21 November 2013. Around Westminster!