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Thanet Women Artists at Gallery 98
Feb
22
to Mar 15
Art

Thanet Women Artists at Gallery 98

Caroline Thomson

Caroline Thomson

A group show with Caroline Thomson, Fiona Stewart, Gillian Stewart, Lealey Gray, Joanna Hyslop, Vivienne Yankah, Megan Watson and Ella Lucas.

The Gallery is open Thursdays to Saturday 11 – 5 or other times by arrangement. 

The Private View is on the 8th March, 6-8pm

The Exhibition runs from 22nd February until 15th March.

Ella Lucas

Ella Lucas

Vivienne Yankah

Vivienne Yankah


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Seal Folk - CLAIR LE COUTEUR, NATALIE WEARDEN AND FRANCES YOUNG
Mar
5
to Mar 17
Art

Seal Folk - CLAIR LE COUTEUR, NATALIE WEARDEN AND FRANCES YOUNG

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Seal Folk is an installation and performance exploring North Sea selkie myths as a way to think about queerness, gender and transformation.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Opening hours:

Private View Tuesday 5th March, 6pm-9pm.

Open March  6th-17th. Closed Monday, Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 5pm and Sunday’s 11am-4pm.

Free Exhibition


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Silent Voices -  FAYE GLEN
Mar
5
to Mar 17
Art

Silent Voices - FAYE GLEN

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Paintings and sculptures exploring the loss of identity through infertility.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Opening hours:

Private View Tuesday 5th March, 6pm-9pm.

Open March  6th-17th. Closed Monday, Tuesday to Sunday 10am - 5.30pm.

Free Exhibition


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The Broadstairs Arts Crawl
Mar
5
6:00 PM18:00

The Broadstairs Arts Crawl

Join us as we attend private views of all Broadstairs dynamic and emPOWering exhibitions. Meet at Kafeine at 6pm.

We will be walking between the venues, please note that not all venues on the trail are wheelchair accessible.

This is a FREE event. You can book tickets here.

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POW! COMMUNITY PROJECT - Tomorrow’s Great Pageant
Mar
6
5:00 PM17:00
Art

POW! COMMUNITY PROJECT - Tomorrow’s Great Pageant

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The project revisits the 1909 suffrage play, A Pageant of Great Women and updates its themes for a modern context. Post Workers Theatre have worked with photographer Jason Evans and young people at Liberty Training to create Tableaux Vivants (living pictures).

Free Exhibition

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POW! COMMUNITY PROJECT  - Once Upon A Time
Mar
6
to Mar 16
Art

POW! COMMUNITY PROJECT - Once Upon A Time

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Working with Copperfields Retirement Home, artist Tracie Peisley held a series of workshops to create textile memory books and images, which gathered reflections and memories of women, and carers, living with dementia and memory loss.

A ROSA funded community project. See the projects page for more information here.

Dates:

Private View Wednesday March 6th, 5.15pm-6pm

Open 7th-16th March - Monday to Friday 9am-6pm, Saturday 9am - 5pm, Sunday Closed.

Free Exhibition


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The Ramsgate Arts Crawl
Mar
6
5:15 PM17:15

The Ramsgate Arts Crawl

Join us as we attend private views of all Ramsgate’s dynamic and emPOWering exhibitions. Meet at Ramsgate library at 5.15pm

We will be walking between the venues, please note that not all venues on the trail are wheelchair accessible.

This is a FREE event. You can book tickets here.

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Portraits Of Women! -  ELEANOR MARRIOTT
Mar
6
to Mar 17
Art

Portraits Of Women! - ELEANOR MARRIOTT

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Thanet-based photographer, Eleanor Marriott, showcases a selection of her captivating portraits of women, including street portraiture from home and abroad, as well as more formal studies of inspirational females.

Opening hours:

Private View Wednesday 6th March, 6pm-9pm.

Open March  7th-17th, 12pm-4pm.

Free Exhibition


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Soul Journey - LESLIE REED
Mar
6
to Mar 17
Art

Soul Journey - LESLIE REED

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A series of ten self-portraits that trace the artist’s life from early childhood to the present. Leslie will perform poetry during the Private View.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Opening hours:

Private View Wednesday 6th March, 6pm-9pm.

Open March  6th-17th.

Monday 10.30am-12pm.

Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am - 4pm

Sundays 11am-4pm.

Free Exhibition


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Thantos: Tabula Purgamenti, Danny Branscombe
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

Thantos: Tabula Purgamenti, Danny Branscombe

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A large collage art piece constructed from trash. It explores the issues facing young women especially high teenage pregnancy rates in Thanet.

A window display throughout the festival.

Free Exhibition


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On The Face Of It - Davina Kemble
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

On The Face Of It - Davina Kemble

Come and explore Davina’s extraordinary landscape of installations and sculptures - An honest and unfettered response to control, confinement, ageism, power and privilege -  A testament to emPOWerment.

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Please note that the venue is not wheelchair accessible.


Opening hours:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm.

Friday March 8th - Sunday March 10th, 12pm -6pm

and

Friday March 15 to Sunday March 17th, 12pm -6pm

Free Exhibition



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Facets of us - Resort Artists
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

Facets of us - Resort Artists

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The artists at Resort will be creating an immersive installation; drawing on their individual memories and inspirations of women that have influenced their lives.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Opening hours:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm.

March  9th - 10th and 16th - 17th, 10am - 5pm

Free Exhibition



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The Real Housewives of Cliftonville - Sadie Hennessey
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

The Real Housewives of Cliftonville - Sadie Hennessey

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Sadie Hennessy’s exploration of feminine allure.

Located in the bar area of the Tom Thumb Theatre,

Please note that this venue is not wheelchair accessible.

Opening hours:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm.

Open during bar opening hours at the Tom Thumb Theatre.

Please contact the venue for more information about opening hours.


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POW! Community Project: Reclaiming the Power
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

POW! Community Project: Reclaiming the Power

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Collage, sculpture & audio visual works made by women from Oasis Domestic Abuse charity in collaboration with artist Carli Jefferson.

A ROSA funded community project. See the projects page for more information here.

Dates:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm

9-10th March / 16-17th March; 12-5pm (or at other times by appointment- call 07949883899).

Free Exhibition


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Planet Pussy  - Angela Wooi
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

Planet Pussy - Angela Wooi

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Angela Wooi’s  immersive room of textile-based vaginas, a psychedelic space that crosses the boundary of fine art and artisanal practice through stitch and beading.

Opening hours:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm.

Friday March 8th - Sunday March 17th, 11am -5pm

Free Exhibition


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The Margate Arts Crawl
Mar
7
6:00 PM18:00

The Margate Arts Crawl

Join us as we attend private views of all Margate and Cliftonville’s dynamic and emPOWering exhibitions. Meet at Margate Arts Club at 6pm.

We will be walking between the venues, please note that not all venues on the trail are wheelchair accessible.

This is a FREE event. You can book tickets here.

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POW! Painters, Felicity Allen, Lillias Buchanan, Lucy Crispin, Claire de Lune, Twinkle Troughton and Chiara Williams
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

POW! Painters, Felicity Allen, Lillias Buchanan, Lucy Crispin, Claire de Lune, Twinkle Troughton and Chiara Williams

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Artist Twinkle Troughton curates POW! Painters, an exhibition of works by contemporary female Thanet painters. Each artist has their own distinct technique and focus, providing an insight into the methods and the motivations behind creating paintings.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Opening Hours:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm.

Friday March 8th - Sunday March 10th, 12pm -5pm

and

Friday March 15 to Sunday March 17th, 12pm -5pm

Free Exhibition


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POW! Community Project: Sealabs Edition #1 - Reactive Jewellery and the Sea
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

POW! Community Project: Sealabs Edition #1 - Reactive Jewellery and the Sea

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In partnership with girls from Pie Factory Music and Quarterdeck Youth Centre, artist Kasia Molga created a number of fun futuristic workshops turning recycled materials found on the beach into pieces of responsive and interactive jewellery.

A ROSA funded community project. See the projects page for more information here.

Dates:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm

.March 9th-10th and 16th -17th, 12pm- 5pm

Free Exhibition


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Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

EMPOWER- JAM Network UK, Ruth Fox, Sarah Smith, Esme Morris, Sian Hookins

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EMPOWER is a group show of works by JAM Network UK, Ruth Fox, Sarah Smith, Esme Morris, Sian Hookins. From an immersive textile womb to candid explorations of daughterhood, an inquiry into the bodily existence of women through contemporary dance alongside photographs narrating personal stories, the exhibition will challenge and reclaim what it is to be a woman in society.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

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Dates:

Opening hours:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm.

March 8th - 17th, 11am - 4pm

Free Exhibition


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The Private Life of Mrs Winchester- Profanity Embroidery Group
Mar
7
to Mar 10
Art

The Private Life of Mrs Winchester- Profanity Embroidery Group

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Mrs Winchester thought she knew her place and time in life, but lately is finding everything not to be as she expected.  Expect to see embroidery and stitched artwork adorning her room.

Recommended age, 14+

The venue is wheelchair accessible.


Opening hours:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm

Friday 8th March and Saturday 9th March , 11am - 6pm,

Sunday 10th March, 11am - 5pm

Free Exhibition

PEG are running an embroidery workshop on Sunday 10th March, more information here


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WOM-ep
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

WOM-ep

This is 14-year-old Ronni Arrowsmith’s first photography project celebrating women entrepreneurs in Margate. A collaboration with Benjamin Shaw.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Dates:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm

The exhibition runs from the 8th-17th March 2019

Opening hours:

Monday: CLOSED, Tuesday: 10:00 - 17:30, Wednesday: 10:00 - 17:30, Thursday: 10:00 - 23:00, Friday: 10:00 - 23:00, Saturday: 10:00 - 23:00, Sunday: Noon - 16:00

Free Exhibition


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POW! Community Project - See Me and Hear My Voice
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

POW! Community Project - See Me and Hear My Voice

Personal stories come to life with text and images created in collaboration with women from East Kent Mencap by photographer Sarah Wyld, and writer Lucy Edematie.

A ROSA funded community project. See the projects page for more information here.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Opening hours:

Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm.

March 8th - 17th, 11am - 4pm

Free Exhibition


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Hedy Lamarr Exhibition
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

Hedy Lamarr Exhibition

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Exhibition exploring the life of a famous actress, but also a less well known scientist and inventor. There will also be screening and discussion events .

Open throughout the Festival according to the opening hours of the venue.


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Invisible Women
Mar
7
to Mar 17
Art

Invisible Women

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Group exhibition of an eclectic mix of work by autistic women curated by Marion Armstrong.

Opening hours:

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Private View Thursday March 7th, 6pm-9pm.

Open every day from Friday March 8th - Sunday March 17th.

Mon-Fri 10-3pm, Sat-Sun  10-4pm

Free Exhibition

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EXSOLVO - The Natashas Project, Ruth Fox and Anna Westin, The Jam Network UK
Mar
7
7:30 PM19:30

EXSOLVO - The Natashas Project, Ruth Fox and Anna Westin, The Jam Network UK

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Exploring slavery and trafficking this dance performance art and music collaboration seeks to embody the suffering of human constraint and slavery before releasing into an exploration of freedom.

This performance will be in the Old Town Square (opposite the Pie Factory Margate Gallery).

Free event.


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