IN/Visible Disabled Women’s National Arts Collective in association with ARC Stockton, Arts Depot London and Little Cog

02 August 2023

All the Women We Could Have Been

ARC, Stockton-On-Tees, North East  3 - 31 August 2023


Exhibition Opening Wednesday 2 August 2023 at 6.30-8.00pm both in person and online - you are welcome to attend but places must be booked in advance.


Speeches and readings from artists at 6.45pm. BSL interpreted. Online captions.Light refreshments will be served.

Michelle Baharier


This exhibition is a powerful and playful exploration of what life might have been like for disabled women had external limitations not been in place.


But it’s not a sad story, instead it’s a unique opportunity to see especially created new works of art by some of the Disability Arts Movements leading disabled women artists and thinkers, all of whom are aged over 50, play with representation and expectation in works which are witty, poetic and provocative in this call-to-arms celebration. Each work presented is individual and unique with artists working across a wide range of mediums including photography, painting, wall sculpture, collage, textiles and embroidery. We’ve seen the work and we cannot wait to bring it all together in one place and share it with you.


The artists in the collective are Michelle Baharier, Samantha Blackburn, Caroline Cardus, Honor Flaherty, Pauline Heath, Cheryl Martin, JulieMc McNamara, Lynne McFarlane, Dolly Sen, and Vici Wreford-Sinnott. 

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