Wild, Wild Women Report
Wild Wild Women, is a report about the ten annual arts projects led by magic Me with Mulberry School for Girls at The Women’s Library from 2004-2013.
2013 - Wild, Wild Women
Women have sometimes had to cause quite a stir to make a difference to the world. Other women have quietly made a difference in their own and others’ lives.
2012 - Where The Heart Is
For Where the Heart is, the group focused on love in all its manifestations and representations.
2011 - Moving Lives
Inspired by the contents of Suffragette Emily Davison’s pocket, a group of women between 14 and 80 years excavated their diaries, photograph albums and keep-sake boxes
2010 - Dressing Up
Dressing Up explored the way in which women disguise and express themselves through their clothes
2009 - Utopia According to Me
This project brought together 8 older women and 7 young women to explore the notion of Utopia. The group explored the library’s collection and exploring their own ideas around Utopia thinking about what would make their own lives better and thoughts on a better world.
2008 - Can I? I Can!
For Can I? I Can! the group explored the library's archives discovering stories of women who have pioneered their way forward for other women. They then looked at their own experiences of breaking the mould; the first in the family to marry outside the faith, the first to come to live in England, the first to contemplate going to University.
2007 - Soundtracks
Soundtracks centred on the voice, on finding and losing your own voice, and on an exploration on the voices of many women reflected in diaries in The Women’s Library.