|Description||International Women's Day activities: textiles|
Cream coloured textile banner
Dimensions 248cm x 170cm
Wording: International Women's Day, 1980, with fist/woman symbol
Black marker pen, red paint, brown textile, cream background.
See print out image of banner
International Women's Day Hexagons, 1996
Letter from Marla Carlson, Equalities Policy Support Officer, Bristol City Council, to Feminist Archive South, care of Trinity Road Library. Dated 25 June 1997. '... a number of hexagons that were made by women's groups all over the city for the International Women's Day Festival Central Event [March] 1996. The hexagons were all put together on a board on the day (like a quilt) to symbolise the coming together of women all over the city.....'.
1 on blue nylon with greetings cards stuck on, 'Barton Hill'. (in English and two other languages), 78cm x 87cm
1 made of yellow/black fake fur, 'Badminton Road Girls Night', 69cm x 50cm
1 paper, with Feminist Archive South notes: 'Research materials from 25 years of the Women's Liberation Movement', 76cm x 65cm
See print out image of hexagons
'International Women's Day Celebration: 9 March 1996', 1 A3 sized green poster advertising the event to be held at the Council House, College Green, Bristol