Hidden: Cold War Women – New Treasure House Exhibition

Hidden: Cold War Women - New Treasure House Exhibition
January 6, 2022

The new exhibition at the Treasure House in Beverley, ‘Hidden: Cold War Women’, gives a glimpse into a lesser-known period of history, the Cold War. 

The exhibition centres on photographic portraits of local women by artist Lee Karen Stow.  Many of the women were members of the Royal Observer Corps or serving with the RAF. Some were involved with local authority Emergency Planning, whilst others were part of the peace moment. 

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Humber Street Gallery Highlights The Effects Of War On Women & Girls

Humber Street Gallery Highlights The Effects Of War On Women & Girls
November 1, 2017

A moving new exhibition that highlights the effects of war and conflict on women and girls around the world is set to open at Humber Street Gallery.

The installation, called Torn, will be on display from Monday 6 November until Sunday 31 December and features photographs of wild poppies that have been picked, dried and torn apart by Beverley-based photographer Lee Karen Stow.

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