Rebel Daughters Film Series

Women and girls tell us what it means to be a Rebel Daughter

Our final Rebel Daughter in this film series marking 100 years of votes for women is Nancy Fielder – Editor of Doncaster Free Press, Sheffield Telegraph and Sheffield Star. “We’re daughters of the rebels of the past.”

Although the film series is now at its end, you can still come and visit our Rebel Daughters exhibition of 60 talented women artists at The Point, Doncaster, until 7th April.

The exhibition has had a fantastic response so far and we have loved all of your comments and enthusiasm around the artwork and the surrounding activity! Come and get your #RebelDaughters badge, enjoy the exhibition and spend some time in our lovely café – we look forward to seeing you soon.

Today’s Rebel Daughter is our Trustee, Councillor Rachael Blake (Rossington & Bawtry Ward). Lots of inspiring insight into growing up and defining yourself in the way you want to – not the way others expect you to.

Today’s Rebel Daughter, Margaret, was the first woman in Doncaster to get a mortgage!

Today’s Young Rebel Daughter is strong and doesn’t listen to people when they are bossing her about!

Exhibiting artist, Cally Trench, is today’s Rebel Daughter celebrating the special human bond between mothers & daughters. See Cally’s work here.

Rebellious vices are the theme of today’s snappy Rebel Daughter. Alicia has been attending our filmmaking sessions – watch this space for the finished film! Info on #CreativeDirections here .

Today’s Rebel Daughter is our Chair of Trustees, Ann Wallis. She celebrates the voice and achievements of women from Greenham Common to the Paralympics, as well as her own daughter.

 

The Rebel Daughter of the day is our Patron, Rosie Winterton MP sharing some Monday Motivation about strong female leaders in Doncaster. There’s still time to see the exhibition and get yourself a Rebel Daughters badge!

 

Today’s Young Rebel Daughter gives us a fabulous Friday feeling! Resilience, power and doing what you want – great preparation for the weekend ahead!

 

To celebrate International Women’s Day we have brought our Rebel Daughters together in a film to share what being a rebel daughter means to them.

Our Creative Directions volunteer, Sally, is today’s Rebel Daughter. She’s a wonderful volunteer and brings her open-mindedness and aspiration to sessions. Creative Directions is on today at The Point – click here for more information.

Come and visit our exhibition of 60 talented women artists celebrating 100 years of votes for women.

The exhibition launches a year of activity across Doncaster called Donny Suffrage. We’ll be sharing what being a rebel daughter means to many women and girls from South Yorkshire and beyond over the next three months, and will release the full film on International Women’s Day 8th March 2018.

Today’s Rebel Daughter is Chelsea from our Right Up Our Street project. Being a Rebel Daughter is about being free to express yourselves and learning from your mistakes!

Today’s Rebel Daughter is Caroline Flint MP. Defying expectations and challenging herself and others every day!

 

Today’s Young Rebel is kind and caring but won’t back away from a fight!

 

Head of Fundraising and Development Sophy Sylvester tells us what being a rebel daughter means to her in today’s film.

Rebel Daughters exhibition at The Point, Doncaster
18th Jan – 7th April 2018
#RebelDaughters @DonnySuffrage

Today’s Rebel Daughter Amanda gives us some Monday Motivation! Be brave, confident and make your own choices in life.

Today’s Rebel Daughter, Annabel is teaching her daughters to stand up for themselves!

Inspired by a creative culture that questions the norm – exhibiting artist, Sally Jones is today’s Rebel Daughter. Come and see her work in the exhibition.

Assistant Director (& curator of the current Rebel Daughters exhibition) Helen Jones talks about women using their voice, knowledge and passion to make a difference.

A Young Rebel gives us her thoughts about what it means to be a Rebel Daughter – stand up for others! Continuing our film series to celebrate 100 years of votes for women along with our exhibition of 60 women artists.

Margo from our Movers and Shakers Dance group is today’s Rebel Daughter celebrating 100 years of votes for women. We’re open all Doncaster half term so come and visit!

Local artist Jayne Cooper is mischievous as today’s Rebel Daughter! Jayne is one of our exhibiting artists in our current exhibition.

Today’s Rebel Daughters, Wendy Ferguson (Rotherham, Doncaster & South Humber NHS Trust) & Lynn Keirs (Openly Mindful Yorkshire) discuss pushing boundaries at our exhibition launch. Today we’re talking to Doncaster Health & Wellbeing board about the positive impacts of arts on health.

Another Young Rebel continues our quest to hear the voices of #RebelDaughters of all ages – join in by recording your own response to ‘what makes you a rebel daughter?’, Tweet it & tag it @darts_ThePoint #rebeldaughters @DonnySuffrage

Today marks 100 years of the Representation of the People Act 1918, allowing some women to vote. Our Rebel Daughter, Natasha, tells us what being a Rebel Daughter means to her.

It’s Makaton Monday in our office! Here’s today’s Rebel Daughters, Lucy & Emily showing us the Makaton sign for Vote. Our Rebel Daughters film series and exhibition celebrates 100 years of votes for women.

Margaret Kilner, Chief Officer of Healthwatch Sheffield is today’s Rebel Daughter talking about making choices and challenging the status quo!

Arts Council England’s Jessica Farmer is today’s Rebel Daughter! Captured here at the launch of the Rebel Daughters exhibition.

Our Trustee, Bev, is today’s Rebel Daughter, continuing our series of mini films celebrating 100 years of votes for women.

Paulette Edwards from BBC Radio Sheffield is today’s Rebel Daughter, focussing on Rebel daughters in her own family through the generations.

Nina is today’s Rebel Daughter!

Today’s Rebel Daughter, Sidrah, tells us why she carries a rebel spark!

Our second Young Rebel joins us today to tell us what being a #RebelDaughter means to her!

Jude Holland (Doncaster Heritage Services) tells us why its important to represent Doncaster’s Rebel Daughters of the past.

 

Exhibiting artist, Kate Sully tells us what being a Rebel Daughter means to her in our film series celebrating 100 years of votes for women.

On Friday 19th January we had a Young Rebel Daughter to kick start our weekend! This Rebel Daughters Film Series celebrates 100 years of votes for women.

Jackie Pederson, Chief Officer of Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group is our third Rebel Daughter and continues our Rebel Daughters Film Series celebrating 100 years of votes for women.

Jo Miller – Chief Executive of Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council – continues our Rebel Daughters Film Series celebrating 100 years of votes for women.

Akeela Mohammed (Deputy Lieutenant for South Yorkshire) launched our Rebel Daughters Film Series on 16th January 2018.