From Time’s Up to the Me Too movement, the past year has been a time of change, creating a new dialogue around gender parity and inclusiveness. Kicking off on International Women’s Day on 8 March, Ollie Quinn is celebrating women in the arts with a global art exhibit across its 27 boutiques throughout the month of March.
Bath-based Lucy Auge will be showcasing her work at Ollie Quinn, Bristol throughout the month.
The exhibit will kick off with a live mural painting on 8 March by Femme-Fierce award winner, Hannah Adamnaszek, using OQ’s London flagship boutique as her canvas, located at 69 Neal Street, Covent Garden.
In addition to showcasing work by female feature artists, Ollie Quinn has commissioned limited edition tote bags designed by illustrator Sarah Peters, available online or inshore from 8 March. Five percent of the proceeds will go to CoppaFeel! – the first breast cancer charity in the UK aimed at creating awareness amongst young people, with the aim of instilling the knowledge and tools they need to get to know their bodies.