After two lockdowns and a flood, the First Women 100 Portraits exhibition enters its last two weeks on show in the South West.
Closing on Sunday, 20th June, head over to Exeter’s RAMM to see all 100 Firsts in their triple-hung glory.
As ever we, recommend checking out up-to-minute information on RAMM’s website before your visit. No booking necessary.
Meet the Woman behind the Lens
On Sunday, 6th June and Sunday 20th June, Anita Corbin will be in the gallery between 10am and 12 noon. Pop along and say hello, signing books and ready to chat to you about the stories behind the images.
First Woman Jill Pay will also be there on Sunday 20th June at 1pm, so come and meet a First in the flesh.
We are so hugely grateful to the crew at RAMM and all the visitors that masked-up, sanitised and came to visit the show at this extraordinary time. And of course, you can always see the full show in glorious technicolour at their virtual home online HERE.
Don’t forget our fantastic FirstWomen:LIVE! free Zoomcasts.
Join the live Q&A sessions from the comfort of your sofa and experience pioneers in your living room! Find out more about our next event in the Project News section of 1stwomenuk.co.uk.
About Exeter RAMM
Exeter is the local stomping ground for 16 First Women in the exhibition including Angela Rippon, Dr Sarah Buck, Dame Hilary Mantel and beatboxer Bellatrix.
Read about the show on RAMM’s website HERE
Watch ITV’s coverage of the Exeter show below. ITV presenter: Jacquie Bird
Opening times (subject to government confirmation):
Tuesday to Sunday 10am-5pm (last admission 4pm)
Closed Mondays and Bank Holidays
How you can help RAMM when you visit the show:
- If you are feeling unwell please visit on another day.
- Please wear a face covering, unless you are exempt.
- Do use the hand sanitiser stations throughout your visit.
- Please use contactless payment in our shop and cafe if possible.
- If you are visiting with family members under 15 years of age, please agree which adult in your group will take responsibility for them.
- Our lockers are currently closed so please avoid bringing large bags or anything else to the museum that you will not be able to easily carry around.
How to get there:
Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery
Queen Street (Entry only via Garden Entrance)