Join artist Tamsyn Challenger, academic Dr. Hannah Dawson and director and activist Anna Birch to discuss the pioneering spirit of Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-97). How has her influence shaped their professional lives and does her example as writer, philosopher and human rights activist still resonate in this centenary year for women’s suffrage? Includes performances by artists Rachael House and Jemima Burrill.
Part of ‘Wollstonecraft Presents’, a new arts commissioning platform inspired by the life and work of Mary Wollstonecraft – http://www.wollstonecraftpresents.com
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