What's On What Are Girls Made Of? What Are Girls Made Of is a creative workshop and open discussion on female stereotypes, and how we can rewrite narratives using creativity. This event is lead by Artist Millie Wood-Downie. All her work, whether it be a poetry commission, a Young Persons Workshop or Producing within grass root social enterprise, is centred on challenging assumptions, being bold and supporting those who are marginalised in society, the arts or both. Millie Wood-Downie is a freelance Poet, Producer, Performer and Facilitator, graduating with a First Class Honours Degree in Drama with Creative Writing from UWE Bristol in 2018. She is currently based between Bristol and London, whilst working closely with her hometown, Brighton. She was Artistic Producer and Co-Founder of award winner theatre company, Penultimate, and in 2019 started the highly commended emerging artists exhibition, Place, at the Station, Bristol. Over 18s | Thursday 18th March | 5pm-6.30pm | ZOOM SIGN UP 11-18 Year-Olds | Tuesday 23rd March | 5pm-6pm | ZOOM SIGN UP How can we help?