Women’s Liberation Project in Nottingham’s Angel Row Library Celebrates Feminist Achievements

WoLAN exhibitionFeminism is being celebrated in an exhibition. The event will be hosted in Angel Row Library from the 28th February until the 28th March 2014.


The exhibition will visually showcase work created by a diverse range of women in and around the city. Various organisations from across the county are participating in the Women’s Liberation Project, including the Nottingham Soroptomists. The works range from magazines and art pieces to historical artefacts dating back to the original movement in the 1970’s.

Event Manager and Project Organiser, Natasha Pictoc says she is delighted by the range of age, class and ethnicity of the volunteers involved in gathering material for the project.

“The original project was initially going to be more mature women educating younger women, but it’s certainly been a two way process.”

The exhibition aims to show a visual representation of the work which has gone into launching the project, as well as showcase new information discovered about feminist activism over the past fifty years.

Natasha Picot – WoLAN Co-Ordinator

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