Black Cat Art Collective: Is Feminism a Dirty Word?

The great artists Frida Kahlo, Ernest Hemingway, Ai Weiwei, Salvador Dali, Karl Lagerfield, David Bowie and Marilyn Monroe were all owned by their cats and so when choosing a name for the meet-ups Black Cats Art Collective was born. The Black Cats Art Collective engage critically and creatively with varied forms of visual art through a series of monthly workshops. The sessions are devised and led by Prea Kaur and Danielle Wallace, both postgraduates at Keele University.

Is Feminism A Dirty Word?
From Disney, Barack Obama, Jacinda Ardern and Tracey Emin, we explore and question not only how feminism has evolved throughout the decades but also how contemporary art has been influenced by it. To aid our understanding of this complex word and movement, we will be referencing feminist theorists and personalities such as Yoko Ono, Maya Angelou, Helene Cixous, Simone De Beauvoir and Mary G. Dietz

FREE | All are welcome to attend!

Please reserve your space and either contact Prea or Danielle through email.


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Art Gallery, Chancellor's Building
Black Cat Art Collective
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