|'The Feminist Everywhere: 40 years of the Feminist Archive South'
In 2018 Graphic Students at the University of the West of England visited the Feminist Archive South. Each group choose a building in Bristol which had links with the women's liberation movement from c.1969 to 2000, and produced art in reaction to the stories that they discovered. This was carried out during six weeks in October-December 2018. This was showcased at an event on 29 November 2018, and then at the UWE Graphics Final Show in June 2019. These materials were compiled by Conway and Young, UWE Graphic Design Academics.
See also: http://thefeministeverywhere.com
Bristol pounds (currency) showing Ellen Malos and the Women's Centre on Waverley Road, Redland, £1 and £10
Details for support organisations such as Brook, Switchboard, Bristol Mind, Unity, 'Our best kept secret' project
Half the Sky/Helen Taylor
Road signs with demands such as 'wear anything without being catcalled!'
'Her too/Where to?': list of clubs and societies working with women in Bristol
WIMPS/Women in Moving Pictures: 'A wrinkle in time' (4 posters about the film industry)
'Our best kept secret', on abortion and a protest held in Broadmead, Bristol, 31 July 1976
Two wooden joints which slot together, (Bristol Women's Workshop, 144 Well Road, Totterdown, BS42 2AG)
FEM FM (radio station)
Brief to students and letter from Jen Conway and Jessy Young dated 29 May 2019 explaining the project
Photocopies of drawings students did of original archive items they selected to use as start points
Cards relating to each project by students and the address they were interested in.
Copies of the letters sent out by each group explaining about the building they investigated, and inviting interested individuals to attend their show in November 2018
Map posters displayed at the exhibition
List of names of all the student participants