‘The Art of Struggle: Sylvia Pankhurst and How Art Helped Women Get the Vote’
Time Out says
As well as being one of the most important suffragette campaigners, Sylvia Pankhurst was also a whizz with a paintbrush. She won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art and used her painterly talents to create the WSPU’s logo, banners and posters. Join Sylvia’s biographer Rachel Holmes for a late at the National Portrait Gallery to hear how she shaped the look
of the suffragette movement. Find out more here.