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Every Picture Tells a Story: Women and Politics Now

24 Mar 2012

Event times

1pm-5pm

Cost of entry

£6/ £5 (concs)

October Gallery

London, United Kingdom

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  • Tube: Holborn/Russell Square

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What's Art Got to Do With It?

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Taking Palestinian artist Laila Shawa's Disposable Bodies No.3 (pictured) as a trigger, guest speakers will offer insights into contemporary gender issues creating a collective portrait of women today. How conflicted will these multiple perspectives be? Do we really need a Women's History Month anyway? Explore the politics of motherhood, conflict, careers and disability with poet Dr. Benjamin Zephaniah (When I Grow Up, Talking Turkeys), actor Zawe Ashton (Dreams of a Life, Fresh Meat), Tulip Siddiq (Camden Councillor), artist collective DARTER (currently exhibiting at Whitechapel Gallery) as well as Laila Shawa herself! Along with lively discussion and debate, there will be a film screening by a local young women's group, in response to being a young woman in London. There will also be a live performance by dub duo The YuYa

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