Exhibition of work by renowned photographer Jo Spence as part of Women's History Month.
Date: 7 March 2013
A selection of photographs extracted from the East End Archive at The Cass of the work of the renowned photographer Jo Spence, will be on display in the Foyer Gallery, Central House throughout Women's History Month.
The photographs will include images made with the collective, The Hackney Flashers in the 1970s and her last work, The Final Project which was conceived in 1991 when Jo Spence learned she had leukaemia.
Admission is Free
You can find out more about the series of Women's History Month events with Alternative Arts here.
|Opening Hours||Mon-Fri, 11am - 8pm|
|Venue||Central House Foyer|
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