Inspirational Women: Rediscovering Stories in Art, Science and Social Reform
Format: 220 x 170mm
Pages: 168 pp
Author: Lydia Miller was previously Assistant Curator, Cross-Collections at the National Portrait Gallery, London, currently Assistant Curator at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester.
Introduction Author: Samira Ahmed is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster and writer. She presents Front Row on Radio 4 and Newswatch on BBC One and presented the BBC TV documentary series Art of Persia.
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These stories of perseverance and achievement have been grouped into four broad themes: Art & Architecture; Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM); Social Reform, Politics and Law; and Women Abroad.
The publication provides a snapshot of Reframing Narratives: Women in Portraiture, a three-year project supported by the CHANEL Culture Fund. This project aims to enhance the representation of women in the National Portrait Gallery’s Collection and highlight the often-overlooked stories of individual women who have shaped British history and culture.