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Angry Girls Zine Launch
11 March 2018
3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
ANGRY GIRLS CLUB is a zine for angry girls*. A collaborative community of female voices responding to instagram open calls covering any creative form.
To voice all kinds of girls who have one thing in common…they’re f@#king angry. Edited by Ellie Chapman & Oona Black.
Issue #1 explored ‘self appreciation’
Issue #2 will explore ‘Grief’
Please join us for an exhibition of works from the zine, readings, drinks, the opportunity to meet many of the different people involved and buy a copy of Issue # 2.
*All who identify solely as women, trans, intersex, non binary, cis, gender queer, gender non conforming.
Co-editor Ellie Chapman says:
This issue is so important to us. It aims to create a space for the often difficult conversations that surround grief, using our own stories, sharing our experiences, advice and art. Grief is often a silent place, not anymore. For this issue we are lucky enough to have received works from an array of incredible women each reflecting on their own experiences of grief through writing and making.
Nyree Waters // Aimee Gresikova // Lucy Harbron // Abbie Laycock // Rachel Hall // Annie Forester //Nada Ibrahim // Chistina Soares // Christina Corbisiero // Holly Anderson // Laura Nedszhda // Amy Thomas // Ania Soria // Jessica Hellicar // Grace Jackson // Rosie Wood // Sully Onyx // Chloe Myers // Rachelle Cox // Emmy Smith // Lizzie Quirke // Lauren Marie // Harriet Horwood // Ellie Chaplin // Rhian Munnely // Oona Black //Harri Welch
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