I'm really pleased to be able to say that my print "Feminist Jukebox" has been selected for the 250th Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, coordinated by Grayson Perry.
With my print hanging opposite a David Hockney, it's already been an extra-ordinary experience being part of this huge spectacle of a show, and that's before it's even opened!
The exhibition, "Art Made Now", is open from June 12th - August 19th 2018, and my print is in the Sackler galleries. Here are all the details: RA Summer Exhibition
Feminist Jukebox is a celebration of iconic women in music, from Sister Rosetta Tharpe to Ariana Grande and everything in between.
In this, the centenary year of voting rights for women, the jukebox takes on the Suffragette colour scheme of purple, white and green, and aims to stoke the conversation about female musicians so that no other trailblazing women in music suffer the same fate as Sister Rosetta Tharpe - who's role in the creation of rock and roll is largely overlooked and forgotten.
Limited edition giclee prints are available to buy from the RA - all signed, numbered, and printed on bamboo paper.
Take a closer look and find out more details about Feminist Jukebox here
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