Women Can’t Paint (in press)
Women Can’t Paint – pre-publication review
Master of her own Destiny
Please see attached an event I’m involved with next week on International Women’s Day from 6pm in London. The event is strictly by invitation only and has limited places – if you have an interest in gender, art, (in) equality please get in touch (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will reserve you a space.
Disrupting the masculine canon in fine art education
My latest paper is available from the Arts in Society publication, selected for the Annual Review: https://cgscholar.com/bookstore/works/disrupting-the-masculine-canon-in-fine-art-education-dac5a860-e5f1-4c22-9bd7-6ffc83c3c120?category_id=common-ground-publishing
New work at Bankside London by Helen Gorrill
My column in The Guardian today
Are female artists worth collecting? Tate doesn’t seem to think so
In the Guardian today
New book cover
New book: Body, Space, Place in Collective and Collaborative Drawing
Forthcoming announcement of new book in the Drawing Conversations series. Body, Space, Place in Collective and Collaborative Drawing will be published by Cambridge Scholars in 2019, edited by myself, Jill Journeaux and Sara Reed, with some superb chapters in progress. Please don’t hesitate to contact me (or Jill/Sara) for further details or to be added to the mailing list for the Drawing Conversations series of events and publications.