A Women's Place
A Women's Place is a contemporary arts, heritage and educational project by Lucy Day and Eliza Gluckman that aims to question and address the contemporary position of women in our creative, historical and cultural landscape.
As part of the National Trust's Women and Power programme A Women's Place is working with Knole House and 6 artists to create an exhibition of artworks that shine a light on historical women's voices, marking 100 years since the Representation of the Peoples Act that gave women the vote in the UK.
Quiet Down There and artist Alinah Azadeh have been developing a project with local communities in Gravesend based on the themes that are central to A Women's Place. The project will culminate in a one day creative retreat for women and will look at questions such as What does it mean to be in one place for one day? What can you achieve?