How Making Banners Led me to Making a Museum (Talk)
16:15 - 17:00 Meeting Room 1
Sara Huws is a maker, activist and facilitator. When the Jack the Ripper Museum opened in London in 2015, she established the East End Women's Museum as an act of positive, sustainable protest. Find out how the museum has developed from a single tweet to London's first purpose-built women's history museum.
Buy a WOW pass to gain access to all the events as you pick and mix your own timetable of talks, debates and performances, be it for one day or the whole weekend. Day pass holders have a choice of activities throughout the festival. If your 1st choice is full due to limited capacity do not worry. We encourage you to try other sessions - sometimes an unexpected second choice will be the best thing you’ll see!
Day Passes £10 | concession £5
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