Visit the Old Fire Station’s Café to see posters of work by the Procreate Project, an organisation supporting the professional development of women and non-binary artists who are mothers/parents.

Procreate Project is a pioneering grassroots organisation driven by an ethos that strives for innovation and sociocultural impact. The Procreate Project (PCP) Archive is a digital archive and a collection of printable posters of works made by contemporary artists who are mothers/parents and is a space for mothers and primary caregivers to re-occupy public spaces. The archive is part of Contemporary Practices of Collective Care (CPCC), a public programme aimed to support artist-mothers/parents and to address the intersectional struggles that disproportionately affect womxn artists with caring responsibilities during and beyond the current crisis.

Artists on display at the OFS include: Jane Cabrera, Sarah Hesketh, Dorothee Zombronner and more. You can find more posters on display at Modern Art Oxford, OVADA and Makespace.

On Saturday 4 March, join us at OVADA for the launch of the Procreate Project Archive in Oxford. Click here to book.

The Procreate Project Archive programme is supported by the National Lottery, Arts Council England project grant.