To celebrate Womens' History Month, The Cass Photography students and staff are creating an exhibition across two sites.
To celebrate Womens' History Month, The Cass Photography students and staff are creating an exhibition across two sites: The Brady Arts Centre and The Cass Foyer Gallery at the University.
The spaces will be filled with as many portraits of women as possible, all of which challenge the narrow, conventional notions of female beauty as represented in the mainstream press.
The exhibition comprises a range of photographic approaches, techniques and styles and the portraits have been made at different times for a variety of purposes: for fun, the exhibition specifically or as part of a major project. The exhibition represents women from diverse ethnic groups and ages, resulting in a celebration of women in all their many manifestations.
More info: towerhamletsarts.org.uk
|Dates||2nd-31st March 2015|
|Opening Hours||Mon-Fri 9AM-7PM, Sat 10.30AM-5PM|
|Venue||The Cass Foyer Gallery, London Metropolitan University, Central House|
|Brady Arts Centre 192-196 Hanbury Street, London, E1 5HU|
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