Forty Voices Forty Years exhibition

Catrin James, welsh women's aid, Emily Underwood-Lee

    Research output: Other contribution


    The exhibition was comprised of 46 stories plus archival documents, photographs and objects from the history of the Welsh Women’s Aid movement alongside interpretation. It was shown in venues including the Cynon Valley Museum (Aberdare), The Welfare Hall (Ystradgynlais), Swansea University (Swansea), St Fagans National Museum of History (Cardiff), the Cardiff Story Museum (Cardiff), the Pierhead and Senedd buildings of the National Assembly of Wales (Cardiff).
    Feedback from participants indicated that it had changed their attitude and understanding of violence against women:
    “Wow such a powerful and inspiring launch for the 40 voices 40 years exhibition project from Welsh Women’s Aid at St Fagans. A must see exhibition.”
    “A poignant reminder via of the progress made over the past 40 years and the opportunities forged for women in Wales.”
    “An important piece of work reminding us of the progress we have made but also the work left to do.”
    Original languageEnglish
    TypeA touring echibition of stories and archival materials.
    Media of outputexhibition
    Publication statusPublished - 19 Sept 2018


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