From June to September 2021 we are holding an exhibition, working with partners On The Record and Bishopsgate Institute and Lesley Magazine and King Frankie Sinatra.   The exhibition is curated by Atalanta Kernick. The exhibition is taking place at We're holding the exhibition at Space Station Sixty-Five, Kennington, London.  We have been funded by National Heritage Lottery Fund to share our important archive. 
The exhibition will showcase our  archive; sharing images, oral history, short films and fascinating artefacts, with contributions from established artists who have roots in our community, and emerging artists who have responded to our archive.  The artists will be announced closer to the date. 
Over the 12 weeks of our exhibition we will be holding events, seminars, workshops and happenings.  We'll be running these online and in person. 
To make this exhibition be the best it can be, we are calling out for more archive, for people who'd be up for running events during the exhibition, for volunteers archivists and invigilators and most of all for ideas from you about what you would like to see in this exhibition. 
Email us on contact@RebelDykes1980s.com to help make this happen. 

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