How suffragette poster art helped women get the vote

By james read, guest blog author on 16 Jul 2015
'The Vote Girl', Suffrage Atelier poster

‘The Vote Girl’, Suffrage Atelier

The fight for female voting rights was a long and difficult one – even once a national campaign began in the 1870s (after a woman was allowed to vote by mistake), it would take another 60 years for all adult women to be allowed to vote. Political posters were used heavily to enlist support at rallies and counteract the negative caricatures of suffragists being used in the press.

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Your Voice Here: We need your vote!

By emilie rolland on 20 Jan 2014

Artwork 'We Are All Unique'Artist Matt PykeArtwork '1000 Hands'

People of London! We need you! We’ve been shortlisted in Connect10’s ‘Museums at Night’ competition, an annual public vote which matches established UK based artists with museums across the country. If we win, digital artist Matt Pyke will present his Voice Sculpture installation for one night only, headlining a ‘Late London’ evening where digital activities will take over our spaces. Read the full postRead the full post