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The Personal is Political is Spiritual

14 November, 2020 - 22 November, 2020

This is an online event.

Take a look at this curated Instagram gallery programme, marking the forgotten history of Goddess feminism in Britain through one of its key theorists, Monica Sjöö (1938-2005). Diversity will be at the heart of the programme with short interviews with current thinkers and activists from the 70’s and documentation from the Feminist Archive South about the graphic works of Monica. Come and explore archive artefacts that relate to her political campaigning, personal journeys to sacred sites, eco–feminist writing, dream journeying and how art and dreaming meet the science of storytelling. Find the gallery at @monica_ sjoo with the hashtags #curatingcreatingconnecting  #BeingHuman2020 #ExploreYourArchive

This event is part of the series ‘The Personal is Political is Spiritual’ by the Feminist Archive South.

In partnership with

Monica Sjöö Curatorial Collective (MSCC), University of Bristol Library Special Collections, UWE Visual Culture Research Group (VCRG), Museum Anna Norlander

Contact email address

sufahy0@gmail.com

Booking required?

No




Details

Start:
14 November, 2020
End:
22 November, 2020
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Venue

Online: Spike Island Project Space Bristol.
Spike Island133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX
Bristol, South West BS1 6UX United Kingdom
Accessibility information
For accessibility information please contact the organiser.
Phone:
+44(0)117 929 2266
Website:
spikeisland.org.uk

Other

Is booking required?
No
If your event is part of a series, please put the series title here
The Personal is Political is Spiritual
Contact email address
sufahy0@gmail.com
Event partners
Monica Sjöö Curatorial Collective (MSCC), University of Bristol Library Special Collections, UWE Visual Culture Research Group (VCRG), Museum Anna Norlander
Region
South West
City/town
Bristol
Accessibility information
For accessibility information please contact the organiser.
Image copyright information
ica Sjöö, Glastonbury Tor- with indwelling goddess (1988),(Collection Alice Walker), © MSCC.