Cartwright Hall Museum and Art Gallery hosted the showing of all 100 portraits in Bradford, Yorkshire for five months from 5 December 2015 until 10 April 2016.
Leading Lady Amanda Nevill CBE opened the show and Nancy was there to sign books.
We ran an inspiring, educational programme of events throughout the exhibition: a talk sponsored by the Friends of the museum, a lively schools debate for mums and students, and a networking event for International Women's Day.
HOGAN LOVELLS INTERNATIONAL LAW FIRM
Hogan Lovells hosted the 100 Leading Ladies Exhibition in the foyer of their offices in the City of London from 8th June to 24th July 2015.
The international law firm hosted several client events alongside the exhibition, including a 100 Leading Ladies dinner in July, in which Nancy met guests in the exhibition space. At dinner a talk was given by Leading Lady Judith Mayhew Jonas DBE, chair of London's Economic Development Corps (and many cultural institutions). Senior Partner Emily Reid who brought the project to Hogan Lovells also said a few words.
Barclays Bank hosted the 100 Leading Ladies Exhibition at their Global HQ in Canary Wharf between the 23 February and 20 March 2015.
As part of this internal show, two events were organised for staff and clients, discussing diversity in the workplace and women’s career and lifestyle choices. The panels and audience included some of the 100 Leading Ladies as well as Barclays’ highflyers.
Barclays gave away copies of the 100 Leading Ladies books to students
On October 1st 2014 the 100 Leading Ladies book was launched in conjunction with an exhibition in the Courtyard Rooms at Somerset House, London, which ran until October 26th.
A wide range of companies, organisations and schools were involved in events around the exhibition to explore issues raised by the project including:
- A panel talk led by Hattie Garlick and Leading Ladies Terry Marsh, Averil Mansfield, Helen Garlick and Miriam Gross in front of an audience of sixth formers
- A ‘Returning Mums’ networking event hosted by HSBC
- An evening of talks organised by Unilever on self-esteem to coincide with Dove Day
- A Linklaters corporate breakfast
- An evening in conversation with Nancy Honey and Hattie Garlick about the origins of the project