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Slogan Mugs designed by SALLY HACKETT made by ANNA LEWANDOWSKA-MIRSKA, hand-finished by SALLY HACKETT
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This Land is Your Land…: Exclusive ltd edition digital pigment fine art print by Sam Ainsley
Sam Ainsley's print uses a process of word association to celebrate the qualities of all the women of Scotland: “I didn't want to name names as so many would have to be left out…”
Timepiece: Exclusive ltd edition digital pigment fine art print by Elspeth Lamb
The object that sparked off the research for Elspeth Lamb’s banner and print edition Timepiece was the small Victorian fob watch in GWL’s suffragette collection.
To the dear love of comrades: in memory of Flora Murray: Exclusive ltd edition digital pigment fine art print by Fiona Dean
Fiona Dean’s print celebrates the life and work of Flora Murray, a medical doctor and an active and prominent member of the WSPU
Untitled: Exclusive ltd edition screenprint by Claire Barclay
The texts featured in these two diptychs of prints by Claire Barclay re-appropriate a slogan that was used by the Social Purity Movement, aligned to temperance and women’s suffrage groups in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
We Want: Exclusive ltd edition digital print and screenprint by Ashley Cook
For this work, Ashley Cook took inspiration from the Suffragette collection at GWL, specifically the quote ‘We want what men have, it may not be a lot but we want it just the same’, taken from a Suffragette postcard, and imagery drawn from the card game PANKO.
West End Women’s Heritage Walk Audio Tour
Following the huge success of our West End Women’s Heritage Walk and Map the Women Make History team has made history again in developing the first audio version of a women’s heritage walk in Glasgow.
The tour reveals a hidden history of the West End: from pipe-smoking forewomen to revolting schoolmistresses. A unique & inspiring insight into the hitherto unsung women who made the West End.
Women In The City: Exclusive ltd edition photo-etching by Jacki Parry
The focus for Jacki Parry’s print is provided by the five geographical locations of Glasgow Women’s Library since its inception in Garnethill to its new home in Bridgeton.