Wilma Woolf : I Collected You Carefully: Panel Discussion for International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

25 November 2023 

This event starts at 12PM 


On the occasion of The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, join us for a panel discussion with artist Wilma WOOLF, chaired by writer and curator, Hettie Judah. The talk will be focused around Woolf's work on display, I Collected You Carefully (2019) - a limited edition print based on the original collection of handpicked petals representing data pertaining to sexual assualt in England, Scotland and Wales between 2016 and 2017. 


Members of the panel include: Henry/Bragg, Artists; Christine Voge, Photographer and Dickie James MBE, Outgoing Chief Executive of Staffordshire Women’s Aid  


Limited capacity. 

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As a part of this event, we are raising donations for the charity Staffordshire Women's Aid. We are very grateful for all contributions. 





Information on artists' related projects 


Wilma Woolf: I Collected You Carefully (2019)


Henry/Bragg: Absence of Evidence (2019) + 14 Minute Silence (2020) 

Hettie Judah's article in The Guardian about the project is available to read here


Christine Voge: Chiswick Women's Aid (1978)

Photographs from this series are in the Arts Council Collection, and will be featured in the upcoming  Hayward Gallery Touring group exhibition curated by Hettie Judah, Acts of Creation: On Art and Motherhood, opening at Arnolfini in Bristol in March 2024.