Dorothy Wilding Virtual Gallery
Exhibition in Gloucester
Divine Power: Mortals, Myths & Deities
Bringing together the work of two exceptional photographers, Nandini & Yevonde, one from the 1930s and one from the 21st century, Divine Power: Mortals, Myths & Deities explores the fascination we have with mythology and deities. It will also examine the interesting questions raised about the reception of classical mythology.
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Enjoy our contemporary exhibitions, delve into the archive to find out more about the early pioneers, get involved with a project, browse a book in the library or join one of our coffee convos.
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Welcome to The Museum of Women in Photography
1-3 The Promenade, The Eastgate, Gloucester, GL1 1AG
Opening times are 10:30 – 16:00 on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays. Other times by arrangement.
Celebrating Women in Photography Today – Together
Leading women photographers challenge how we see the world. They push artistic boundaries and highlight issues of social injustice. Using their work as a starting point, we provide a space for people to come together for shared creative experiences. This is particularly empowering for young women.
Located in Gloucester, we have a museum with a growing collection, a contemporary gallery, dedicated installation pods and a collaborative hub, as well as a large public creative canvas.
Our opening times are 10:30 – 16:00 on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays. Other times by arrangement. We’d love to meet you!
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If you can’t visit the museum, we have a growing portfolio of online resources, from listicles to more in-depth articles as well as a range of activities for all ages. Many of these resources were created by volunteers during lockdown.
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