Celebrating Women in Photography Today – Together

Hundred Heroines (HH) is the only UK charity dedicated to advancing public awareness of women in photography. Leading women photographers (the ‘Heroines’) challenge how we see the world, push artistic and social boundaries and highlight issues of inequality. We provide an accessible, varied programme of creative, social and educational activities as well as opportunities, which are particularly empowering for young women.

Located in Gloucester, we have a museum with a growing collection, contemporary gallery, dedicated installation pods and a collaborative hub, as well as a large public creative canvas.

Our vision is the universal recognition of women in photography – past, present & future. Our mission is to connect people with the visual arts and to share opportunities for diverse communities to celebrate women in photography.

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Anti Violence Gallery

The Knife Angel is now in Gloucester and we have a Knife Rose at the Heroines Quarter, click here to see our ever growing collection of images supporting the anti violence campaign.

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Opening times are 10:30 – 16:00 on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays.  Other times by arrangement.

Hollie Gazzard Trust

On 17/18 February, the HH team will be wearing purple in support of the Hollie Gazzard Trust and their quest to raise awareness of violence against women and girls.

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Latest Posts

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3rd February 2023

Special Display

Violence against women takes many forms. For the month of February, we have a special display at the Heroines Quarter showing how different artists have tackled this problem through their work.
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31st January 2023

Full Frontal Photomontage

A Dream Between Sleeping and Waking presents an eclectic new body of solo work and collaborations by the celebrated British artist known as Linder (born 1954, Liverpool).
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31st January 2023

Dorothy Wilding – Save the Date

New exhibition featuring the work of Dorothy Wilding - Gloucester's pioneering photographer
Colour photograph. Six young women in band uniform (large orange hats and sequined clothes) gaze down the lens.FeaturedFront Page
9th January 2023

Collage: Women of the Prix Pictet since 2008

Collage showcases the work of sixty-four women in photography, all of whom have been shortlisted or nominated for the Prix Pictet award.
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3rd January 2023

Knife Rose: Renate Bertlmann

To coincide with the arrival of the Knife Angel – the National Monument for Serious Violence - we have acquired a Knife Rose, thanks to the support of the Stronger, Safer Gloucester Partnership
Sepia photograph. Carolee swings from a rope while making pencil marks on a white wall and floor.ExhibitionFeaturedFront Page
22nd December 2022

Body Politics: Carolee Schneemann

Body Politics traces Carolee Schneemann's transgressive, interdisciplinary artistic expression over six decades.

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

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