You may have heard about Processions. This event celebrating 100 years of women’s suffrage will take place on 10 June. Processions is a mass participation artwork for women and girls (anyone who identifies as a woman or non-binary). You can sign up to attend on the Processions website if you would like to attend by yourself. The details for the Edinburgh event are now online.
However as ‘Their Work is Not Forgotten: celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage’ opens to the public that weekend, we are running workshops at the Museum of Edinburgh. We are also looking for people to join us to process through Edinburgh to represent the museums.
You can find out more about the workshops here. After the workshop on the 10 June we will walk from the Museum of Edinburgh to the Meadows to join Processions and we would love for you to join us!
If you would prefer to come for just the event you can join us from 11.30 at the Museum of Edinburgh and walk up to the event with us (we will probably set off around 12). If you would like to join us after this please contact Diana Morton to arrange: firstname.lastname@example.org.