Women’s History Month Launch
Tuesday 3rd March 18:00 - 20:00
Brady Arts Centre
192-196 Hanbury Street
London E1 5HU

Come along and see the launch of the programme of events to mark Women’s History Month. This will start with the exhibition preview for We Stand Together, a display of Women’s Photographs of Women 1970s – 2020.

This group exhibition brings together women photographers who have been photographing the lives of women in the east end of London for several decades. Artists include Sarah Ainslie, Julie Cook, Lucinda Douglas-Menzies, Rachel Ferriman, Chris Kelly, Daniele Lamarche, Jenny Lewis, Marketa Luskacova, Patricia Niven, Moyra Peralta, Tamara Rabea Stoll, Hussina Raja, Paula Roush.

The wider programme of Women's History Month encompasses contemporary women artists, activists, writers and performers, women’s groups and community organisations working with the theme of 2020 Vision to explore the past, present and future using spoken word, live performance, exhibitions, talks, walks, film, children’s activities, youth-curated programmes, and much more.

International Women's Week in Tower Hamlets
7 - 14 March 2020

International Women’s Week takes place from 7-14 March with a variety of events across Tower Hamlets Including a celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8th.

Women & Power - In 2020, the theme is Women & Power – looking at women’s current position in 21st Century society and how to bring about much needed change for the benefit of everyone. Women are more than capable of sharing power and responsibility. Indeed their different views of the world provide a valuable contribution to our future survival on this planet. Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-97) born in Spitalfields was a human rights campaigner and feminist philosopher. She famously said “I do not wish women to have power over men, but power over themselves”. Today men must be educated to share their power with women.

International Women's Day - Tower Hamlets Homes
Tuesday 10th March 17:00 – 20:00
Queen Mary University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS

Come and listen to some inspirational stories from speakers in all walks of life, see an all-women entertainment and network with a number of local women businesses and a number of other exciting activities.
THH will be launching the Women in Leadership and development program so come and seize the opportunity.

Book here

Trapped in Zone One presents International Women's Day Workshop
Tuesday 10th March 18:30-20:30
649-651 Commercial Road
London E14 7LW

The event is focused on working with women from Tower Hamlets hosted by London based typography artist Lana Hughes.
In this workshop, Lana will guide the participants in creating a unique type slogan artwork based on the theme of International Women's Day #EachforEqual ‘How do women empower themselves?’ with a printing processing and then hand-finishing using acrylic markers.
This is a free event on a first-come basis, open to all ages. 

Women's History Month events Tower Hamlets Council + Alternative Arts
Sun 1 Mar 2020 - Tue 31 Mar 2020
Venues across Tower Hamets and east London

Contemporary women artists, activists, writers and performers, women’s groups and community organisations present a diverse programme of events and exhibitions looking at the past, present and future in galleries, venues, libraries and institutions across East London. 2020 Vision is our theme.

In Tower Hamlets alone, the programme extends across a number of venues which include but are not limited to Rich Mix, Arts Admin, Brady Arts Centre, The Cass School of Art, Chisenhale Arts Place, East End Prints, Four Corners, Museum of London Docklands, The Nunnery Gallery, St Margaret‘s House, Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives and the Whitechapel Gallery.

With spoken word, live performance, exhibitions, talks, walks, film, children’s activities, youth-curated programmes, and much more, March promises a wealth of jawdropping, toe-tapping, inspiring and eye-opening events and activities in celebration of Women’s History Month. For full details, please download the programme below or visit the website.

See the Full Programme