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Elisabeth Buchmeyer Lewis

Visit First Impressions: A glimpse into the archive of Elisabeth Buchmeyer Lewis, an installation at the Heroines Hub (Gloucester) until August 11th, every Tues,Weds & Thurs between 10:00 and 15:00. Sunday 24th July 11:00 – 16:00 with an evening viewing on Weds 6th July

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Coffee Convos

Do you love chatting about women in photography?  We do! Why not join us @Jolt Studios for coffee and conversation about our favourite subject? We look forward to seeing you there!! Tuesday 28th June (12:30 – 13:30) or Wednesday 29th June (17:00 – 18:00)

Glostorama!

Visit Glostorama.org, a microsite dedicated to our Glostorama! initiative.

Visit our Meet-Up Group to keep up to date of future events.

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Latest Posts

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23rd June 2022

Donna Ferrato – Holy

In 2020, legendary photographer Donna Ferrato published Holy – a 50-year journey across the United States in pursuit of women’s political, emotional, and sexual liberation.
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23rd June 2022

Portrait(s) 2022

Celebrating a decade of bringing some of the world’s leading artists to France, Portrait(s) festival returns to the spa city of Vichy again this year, from 24th June.
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23rd June 2022

Catherine Opie – To What We Think We Remember

In To What We Think We Remember, her second solo show at Thomas Dane Gallery, London, Catherine designs a ‘metaphorical framework for reflection: on personal life, relationships, and work, but…
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21st June 2022

Dayanita Singh – Let’s See

In Dayanita Singh’s latest photo-novel, Let’s See (pub. Steidl, 26th May 2022), she revisits the earliest years of her archive – looking back at the images she created when she…
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14th June 2022

Sue Williamson – All Our Mothers

People - their history, their identity, and the stories they tell - are at the heart of Sue Williamson’s practice. Part of the generation of South African artists and photographers…
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9th June 2022

5 Contemporary Heroines to celebrate this Pride Month

To help celebrate Pride month this year, we're highlighting 5 contemporary heroines, find out more about Anita Khemka, Catherine Opie, Hinda Schuman, Ingrid Pollard & Paola Paredes here!

Better than Netflix: An overdue voyage of discovery for any art photography aficionado. (ArtMag, Deutsche Bank)

Mohini Chandra

The Heroines

We champion women-told stories within visual arts and our Heroines are at the heart of our organisation. Explore the 200 leading names in photography and be inspired.

 

Image: Mirror from Kikau Street © Mohini Chandra
Esther Bubley Anemoia Symposium

Heroines Past

Explore our online archives and research resources to find out more about the pioneers of photography. As part of our mission, we celebrate the women photographers who came before.

Image: Courtesy of Jean Bubley and the Esther Bubley Archive.

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Dorothy Wilding In Pursuit of Perfection

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