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Common Ground Exhibition Tour
May 13 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Come along for an exhibition celebrating the legacy of feminist resistance in Bristol!
Greenham Women Everywhere and Trinity join forces to celebrate the legacy of feminist resistance in this FREE pop-up exhibition celebrating the legacy of feminist resistance in Bristol.
A choral singing workshop with Pearl Love 1 – 2.30pm
A drop-in protest printmaking workshop with Caroline Wilkins
An inspiring discussion from protestors then and now
Keynote from Art and Activism author Dr Edson Burton MBE
Photographs from Christine Bradshaw’s ‘Greenham Portraits’ series
An opportunity to be interviewed for Greenham Women Everywhere’s oral history project about your experiences of Greenham and your experience of Bristol activism.
About Common Ground
This event was made possible thanks to support from the Heritage Lottery Fund. It is part of a project created by Scary Little Girls in collaboration with Greenham Women Everywhere CIC to map the impact of the peace camp on the women who inhabited it and the communities they returned to. This event is in partnership with Art of Resistance, a two-year, National Heritage Lottery Funded project charting 100 years of protest in Bristol.
About Greenham Common Peace Camp
Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp was an enduring and iconic protest spanning 19 years from 1981 – 2000. Whilst the occupation of the common began with the aim of forcing out the US nuclear warheads from Berkshire, the protest became a focal point of feminist history and has left a legacy of women’s liberation around the world. As women travelled to Greenham from across the UK, local support hubs formed to ‘Carry Greenham Home’.
This event was made possible thanks to support from the Heritage Lottery Fund. It is part of a project created by Scary Little Girls in collaboration with Greenham Women Everywhere CIC to map the impact of the peace camp on the women who inhabited it and the communities they returned to.
Inclusion and Accessibility
Common Ground strives to be an inclusive and welcoming space which celebrates diversity in all its forms. Our approach is to learn from and value each other’s lived experience.
This venue is wheelchair accessible. Click here for more information about accessibility at Trinity.
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