Home Practice: Shrine to Women's Work

Emma Meehan (Designer)

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchExhibition

Abstract

A shrine to women’s work brings together works from eleven artists who have reflected upon matrilineal influences in their own working / playing lives. Such influences include the work / play of mothers, grandmothers and great-grandmothers and also the ‘grandmothers’ of each artist’s artform(s) – or artistic lineages. Each contributor has made something that incorporates selected aspects of this embodied and relational history. 1 – 13 August 2016, AWOL studios / Hope Mill curated by Amy Voris.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2016
EventA Shrine to Women's Work - AWOL Studio - Hope Mill, Manchester, United Kingdom
Duration: 1 Aug 201613 Aug 2016
http://www.accumulationsproject.com/a-shrine-to-womens-work/?wppa-occur=2&wppa-cover=0&wppa-album=31&wppa-photo=61

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    TaPRA 2017

    Emma Meehan (Speaker)
    31 Aug 20171 Sep 2017

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

    Research Output

    Home Practice: Irish Women, Diaspora and Somatic Principles of Hosting

    Meehan, E., 1 Jun 2018, A World of Muscle, Bone & Organs: Research and Scholarship in Dance. Ellis, S., Blades, H. & Waelde, C. (eds.). Coventry: C-DaRE at Coventry University, p. 30-58 29 p.

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