Alice Wroe

Alice Wroe created and runs Herstory, a project that uses feminist art to engage young people with the women’s history not in the curriculum. Using artworks like Judy Chicago’s ‘Dinner Party’ and Margaret Harrison’s ‘Good Enough to Eat’ students journey through women’s history and in their words ‘do’ feminism rather than talk about it. The project aims to promote a critical way of thinking, develop confidence, and provide young people of all genders with an alternative history and framework through which to negotiate the world. Alice is also part of the collective that runs London’s Feminist Library. To find out more about the project see @herstory_uk