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Imagine how placards in a demonstration create a chorus of voices. Imagine you are one of those voices and what you’d want to say. In the spirit of resistance we’re putting out a call for artists’ placards to be exhibited as part of a group show Nasty Women Cambridge.
SUBMIT A PLACARD:
A2 portrait (42×59.4cm/ 16.5×23.4inches)
Placards can be made of card, paper or material
Please sign work on the reverse only
We welcome work from anyone who identifies with being a Nasty Woman. We want artists of all ages, races, sexual orientations, religions, gender or non-gender identifications, economic background.
Original artworks should be sent to:
Nasty Women Cambridge
ArtWorks, 5 Greens Road, Cambridge CB4 3EH
Deadline 17th March 2017, 5pm
The exhibition will run from 21st – 30th April 2017. Exhibited artworks will be sold to raise money for Cambridge Women’s Aid. Corona House and Cambridge Rape Crisis
Works will be pinned to the wall. Artworks will not be returned.
Exhibition organised by the Congress for the Defence of Culture
(Idit Nathan & Sarah Wood), Eliza Gluckman and Seana Wilson.
Nasty Women Cambridge is one of many Nasty Women actions
happening across the world in different formats and locations.