‘A Bloody Good Thing’ exhibition will run from the 8th to the 22nd of March in the People Museum of Limerick.
Exploring menstruation and the diverse number of changes that can happen to a woman’s body throughout her lifetime, ‘A Bloody Good Thing’ opens on March 8, 2023
‘A Bloody Good Thing’ is a new body of photography and video work produced by the ‘Women from the Inside’ Collective.
The exhibition explores menstruation and the diverse number of changes that can happen to a woman’s body throughout her lifetime.
“With this exhibition we want women to celebrate menstruation and the changes that will happen to their bodies as it is such a natural, wonderful and beautiful process,” said the Women from the Inside Collective.
They added, “We are showcasing real and unedited women’s bodies, from teenagers, to women in their 80s of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds and ethnicities.”
The exhibition will run from the 8th to the 22nd of March in the People Museum of Limerick coinciding with International Women’s Day, the opening night will commence at 6pm on March 8.
There will be refreshments, guest speakers, and live music on the opening night with an after party in The Commercial Bar in Limerick City.
“Come join us for a fabulous evening celebrating the wonderful women in your life for International Women’s Day,” they said.
Women from the Inside is a collaborative photographic project by Clara Planelles (Creative Director and Photographer), Clara McSweeney (Project Coordinator and Graphic Designer) and Maria McSweeney ( Public Relations, Social Media Manager, and Visual Artist) which explores what it means to be a woman living in the 21st century in Limerick City.
The group thanked The Arts Council of Ireland, The People’s Museum of Limerick, Technological University of Shannon, Limerick School of Art and Design, The Film Cel Production Company, Crew Brewing Co., and The Commercial Bar for their sponsorship and ongoing support
The collective has noted the exhibition contains some images that might not be suitable for a younger audience.
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Pictures: Olena Oleksienko/ilovelimerick