Jilly joins with National Trust’s Croome Court to celebrate:
Women & Power (100 Years of Extraordinary Women)
Jilly Oxlade-Arnott of Architectural Impressions has been asked to be part of the National Trust’s amazing Women & Power (100 Years of Extraordinary Women) exhibition being held at Croome Court throughout the spring and summer of 2018.
Amy Forster-Smith of the National Trust tweeted “Very exiting meeting with @jillyArchiImp today about an upcoming project @NTCroome and a new @Architecturalimpressions commission”
Jilly commented “It is an incredible honour to be asked to participate in such a project. I am a really excited, all be it a little nervous, I hope I can do the beautiful environment and space justice. It is such a pleasure to be able to show my work in Croome’s original library, I know that Amy, Michael and all the team at Croome are really looking forward to curating this project in celebration Women and Power.”
As a local architectural artist based in Worcester Jilly will be displaying new works of buildings and structures from in and around Worcestershire, including a new commission of Croome Court itself.
Votes for women: 100 years of female suffrage.
It’s 100 years since some women were first granted the right to vote.
We’re marking this anniversary by exploring the stories from our places of those who fought both for and against female suffrage through new exhibitions, art installations and much more.
For more information on The National Trust or Croome Court:
Croome Court will update their Website, Facebook and Twitter feeds as more plans are finalised for the Women & Power (100 Years of Extraordinary Women).