The Female Condition Exhibition

by Fleur Adderley in Bristol, England, United Kingdom

The Female Condition Exhibition
We did it
On 16th January 2019 we successfully raised £40 with 2 supporters in 28 days

To raise enough exhibition money so we can invite experienced female creatives/collectives for Q&As and talks.

by Fleur Adderley in Bristol, England, United Kingdom

The Female Condition exhibition at Centrespace Gallery, Bristol will explore what it means to associate with and be a woman creatively, socially, sexually.  Artists will be expressing the physicality, characteristics, thoughts and feelings connected to femininity in a variety of forms.
The works will be considering the powerful influence of the female gaze, the fluid nature of being female within today's society, and the achievements of women within creative industries.
As well as the visual art that will be available to view all week, the exhibition will be hosting different events each night, including talks and Q&As with interesting and experienced individuals and collectives who will help us shine a light on the meaning of the female condition.

We will use any money we raise to go into paying for amazing creatives and collectives to come in for the evenings and do talks and Q&As. We believe that in having people talking about experiences as creatives and imparting advice they have on visitors will be a great aspect of the exhibition and give each person something new and exciting to take away with them. 

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£30 or more

Free entry to every night of the exhibition

Donating £30 will give you free entry to every night of the exhibition, so you can enjoy all the talks and Q&As, video and performance art showcases, and poetry evenings.

£40 or more

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Invite to opening night and free entry all week

Donating £40 will give you an invite to the opening night including free entry to every night of the exhibition, with the talks, Q&As, video and performance art showcases, and poetry evenings.

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