Fiona Jack presents a collection of new works responding to the work and life of her Grand Aunt, prominent Scottish activist and suffragette Helen Crawfurd (née Jack).
Join Seeing Things for the festivities at Claire Heminsley's Objects of Celebration!
Rediscover the joy of being read to at our legendary lunchtime Story Café, as we immerse ourselves in tales of life, love and longing by the best women writers from across the globe.
Chosen forms a portrait, through self-scrutinising video recordings, of a former blogger and painter confronting what she believes is her calling: becoming a cloistered contemplative nun in one of the strictest religious orders. We are delighted that Director, Abbie Reese, will be in attendance and there will be a Q&A at the end of the event.
Spring is here: time to unwind and try something new! GWL has bitesize learning and fun on offer including scrapbooking, badge making, creative writing, film screenings and much more.
Chart the twists and turns of the lives of three generations of women in one East End family at this Open Archive led by our Community Curators.
One hundred years ago, women didn’t just tell the world they were equal: they showed it. Hosted by visual artist Helen de Main, these sessions are a chance to come together to create a banner reflecting what political participation means to us today.
Storying Relationships and GWL are delighted to be offering creative writing workshops for young Muslim women this spring.
Artist talk by Delaine Le Bas, a British multimedia artist from a Romany background, compliments her exhibition taking place at Transmission Gallery.
Described as “the most interesting and inspirational mornings” by one participant, these vibrant and thoughtful monthly workshops led by poet Marjorie Lotfi Gill explore themes of journey, migration and belonging.