Hazel Reeves is not only a great sculptor, she is also committed to redressing the lack of women represented in public art, one statue at a time. Before becoming a sculptor Hazel spent many years promoting women’s rights internationally. Now her passion is for telling stories in bronze of struggles for social justice, as she will be doing with our Elizabeth!
Hazel is delivering the Morley College Penny Lecture on 25th March 2021, entitled Statues of Women – The Politics and the Practice. you can sign up here:
Elizabeth’s Group has released a new video for International Women’s Day 2021!
Chair Susan Munro talks about her hero Elizabeth and explains her importance in the development of women’s rights.
Without Elizabeth, women would not be able to own property in their own name, vote, hold office or keep the money we earn. Find out more about the ‘Scourge of Parliament’ in this video (suitable for school audiences):