Event: Once More With Feeling With The Women’s Art Library and Make Archive


Date: 27 June 2009
Time: 3-6 (Tate Green, Thameside)
Location: Tate Modern, London

The Women’s Art Library / Make and Feminist Review presents a day of rediscovery and new feminist performance art organised by Oriana Fox ‐ recipient of the Art in the Archive: Living with Make Bursary 2009.

Davina Drummond and Nadine Jarvis will invite the public for a cup of tea and a discussion about how to define feminism.

Over a cup of tea on the Tate Green, members of the public will discuss their answers to the question ‘what does feminism mean to you today?’ Visitors will be invited to record their thoughts on blank rosettes, each one a political statement in its own right.

In the evening the rosettes will be presented in the East room corridor to create an archive of contemporary opinion. (The evening event is guestlist only has been fully subscribed to)

There are also two other performances: Full Programme:

Outside Day Events at the Thameside Entrance and Green: 3-6pm
3pm onwards Tea for Thought, Davina Drummond & Nadine Jarvis
3pm onwards Mertle Merman Collects Eating Secrets, Caroline Smith
5pm 7000 Year Old Woman, Lucy Thane

This will be a lovely event to contribute your ideas and hopes for feminism today.


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