As part of the Lucy Writers series Postcards in Isolation, edited by Rochelle Roberts, I've written about Barbara Hepworth's 1965 sculpture Spring.
A guest post by Natalie Bradbury exploring the life and work of the artist, educationalist and founder of the Pictures for Schools scheme, Nan Youngman.
A guest post by Rebecca Savage exploring the life and work of the overlooked poster artist, designer, author, illustrator and Head of BBC Children's Television Freda Lingstrom.
The third Advocates for the Arts post explores the life and work of Ana M. Berry, the South American modern art enthusiast, writer and educator.
I'm sharing my research on women at the Arts League of Service and Artists International Association at the Radical Women Symposium at Pallant House next month.
For the second piece in the Advocates for the Arts series, I'm celebrating the work of painter, illustrator and muralist Mary Adshead (1904-1995), especially her wartime murals for Birmingham.
My piece on the recent exhibition Fifty Works by Fifty British Women Artists 1900-1950 is available now at Decorating Dissidence issue 4.
This post, the first in a new series celebrating Advocates for the Arts, explores the forgotten women who, as secretaries, administrators and committee members, worked to extend public access to the arts in the first half of the twentieth century.