Sue Tate has worked in museum education and then, as a feminist art historian, has taught ‘Visual Culture’ to art students, latterly at UWE. Active in I.S. in the 70s her political involvement since then has been in the Feminist movement – a key player in producing a feminist magazine, Just Women, based in Taunton; then in Fawcett society and The Bristol Feminist Network. Her academic work and publishing has been committed to understanding the power structures of the art world and to reinstating women artists in the narrative of art history (notably Pauline Boty, British Pop artist). She is currently a Trustee of the Feminist Archive South which has just won a grant of £50,000 from the Government Equalities Office to run educational workshops, digital democracy training and a touring exhibition around the South West.

 

 

 

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