The Lansbury Micro Museum is a small exhibition space within Chrisp Street Market on the Lansbury Estate in Poplar, east London.

The current exhibition Seeing Red: Posters of Protest and Dissent has been organised by the V&A, in collaboration with Museum in a Box.

Opening Times

Saturdays, 10am – 4pm
until 22 September 2018

See Red Women’s Workshop at Iliffe Yard, London, 1982 (courtesy of the artists)
Seeing Red

Posters of Protest and Dissent

Current Exhibition

This exhibition presents posters made by See Red Women’s Workshop, a silk screening collective founded in London in 1974. With minimal means, See Red set out to make consciousness-raising posters which contested sexist stereotyping and encouraged women to recognise their personal experiences as deeply politicized.

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V&A Museum In A Box

Seeing Red: Posters of Protest and Dissent has been organised by the V&A
in collaboration with Museum in a Box.

With thanks to Suzy Mackie and Pru Stevenson,
See Red Women’s Workshop.

Events & Activities

In the audio recordings accompanying this exhibition, founding members of See Red Women’s Workshop recall the motivations behind their posters, as well as the processes of their design and production.

Throughout June, the Micro Museum will work with young people at Langdon Park School to explore See Red’s experiences. Pupils will record their own perspectives for the exhibition and produce screenprinted posters about equality today.

More events to be announced soon.

A Woman’s Work Is Never Done, 1974


Please find us just underneath the Lansbury Clock Tower at:

Unit 27
Chrisp Street Market
E14 6AQ

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Open Saturdays, 10am – 4pm
until 15 September 2018