The Marion Adnams project

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Forde, T. 2020. The Marion Adnams project. Derby City Council.
AuthorsForde, T.
Abstract

This magazine article explores the significance of Marion Adnams as an artist from Derby who can be celebrated for her work and her status as a woman artist in the context of Derby’s International Women’s Day celebrations. It also showcases the Marion Adnams Project and the extent to which profiling this kind of work both raises awareness of Adnams and her work as well as the research activity currently being undertaken.

KeywordsInternational women's day; Marian Adnams; Art
Year2020
PublisherDerby City Council
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/625245
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