You are invited to play your part in PROCESSIONS – one of the largest participatory artworks ever created.

CALL in partnership with MOSTYN is delighted to announce our support for PROCESSIONS, a mass participation artwork to mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, which gave the first British women the right to vote.

On Sunday 10th June 2018, join thousands of women to form four epic PROCESSIONS in the four political capitals of the UK – Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London.

Women and girls, those who identify as women and non-binary individuals of all ages, persuasions, races, cultures, abilities, political affiliations and backgrounds are invited to create four living portraits of women today and walk with banners, pennants and flags they have made.

100 organisations will be working with 100 women artists and communities up and down the country in the lead-up to the event, as part of an extensive public programme of creative workshops to create 100 centenary banners which will form part of this vast artwork.

The banner-making workshops will focus on text and textiles, echoing the practices of the women’s suffrage campaign and will be spaces to consider the lives, ideas and hopes of women in the 21st century in Llandudno.

Artist Melanie Miller will be creating the Llandudno banner over the course of May.

Textile banner-making  Workshops : 

12th, 19th, 26th May, 11am-4pm

10 Vaughan Street, Llandudno

For more information and to book please go to

For more information and if you wish to register to be part of the Cardiff event  please go to:

#PROCESSIONS2018, @processions2018, @ArtichokeTrust, @1418NOW

or email

PROCESSIONS is commissioned by 14-18 NOW and produced by Artichoke. With support from the National Lottery through Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund, and from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

PROCESSIONS Cardiff is produced by Artichoke in partnership with Festival of Voice and Wales Millennium Centre.


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