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"This is What the Menopause Looks Like" Exhibition of portraits and interviews

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"This Is What The Menopause Looks Like" is an exhibition of portraits and interviews of 70 people from across the UK, funded by Arts Council England. After experiencing a difficult menopause herself artist Catrin Osborne travelled the UK meeting, interviewing, and photographing, people going through menopause. Culminating in an exhibition of photographs and interviews of a cross-section of people from diverse communities & backgrounds regardless of ethnicity, colour, class, gender assignment or disability detailing their unique experiences. Also featured is video art by Tindara Sidoti both recording people in Thanet's views on what the menopause looks like, and a video made in response to participants involved in the project. At the private view there will be spoken word and comedy song performances by participants Karen Antoni and Carol Carter (Flick Ferdinando) about menopause. A free writing workshop for those going through menopause will be run by local writer Maggi Winters.
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