A celebration of extraordinary and diverse women from two contrasting communities
In light of the exceptional circumstances we have made our current exhibition Sisterhood available to enjoy as a virtual exhibition, please explore the portraits and become part of the #Sisterhood story here.
Photographer, filmmaker and artist Danielle Salloum is passionate about raising awareness about modern controversial issues from human rights and social equality, to the struggling environment and the rise of veganism. Mainly through artistic interpretation and portraiture Salloum brings exposure to the stories she feels strongly about, stories that are often under-represented in society. Her latest exhibition Sisterhood, held in partnership with The Wilson and Cheltenham Borough Homes, highlights many extraordinary and diverse women from Trinidad and Tobago and the Cheltenham borough, both locations where Salloum has strong links. Through Sisterhood Salloum strives to illuminate women’s roles beyond society’s often narrow interpretation, presenting a more encompassing view of women.
Please visit the #Sisterhood virtual exhibition page, where you can browse the portraits – https://www.cheltenhammuseum.org.uk/event/sisterhood-virtual-exhibition/
The exhibition is open during normal gallery opening hours.
Monday 9:30am–5:15pm (Galleries are closed)
In addition to Monday closures, due to events, the exhibition will be closed to the public on the following dates:
12th (only be open until 6pm)
Free Entry – You will find a ‘Pay what you feel’ donations box within the gallery, we welcome visitors to donate if you enjoyed your visit. All donations will support the Wilson in continuing to bring free creative and cultural activity to the community.