Voice and Vote: Women's Place in Parliament

Voice and Vote is a major exhibition that will be held in Parliament during summer 2018, plus associated activities.

A four year programme of activities started in 2015 and will culminate with a major public exhibition in 2018 in Westminster Hall.  The programme includes:

Online exhibitions on key figures, places and events:

Social media including Twitter, Facebook  and a curator's blog  

‘Women in Parliament: Works from the Parliamentary Art Collection’, February-June 2015  - an exhibition in Portcullis House documenting female MPs and other women of significance to Parliament's history

'Voice and Vote' centenary exhibition, summer 2018 - a major exhibition in Westminster Hall covering the growth of the male franchise, the campaign for votes for women, and the representation of women in the House of Commons and House of Lords

Frequently asked questions:

How much will this cost and how is it funded?

The Voice and Vote exhibition project, costing £498,500 over 5 years (2014-2018), is funded by the Speaker's Art Fund, a registered charitable trust, with support from the House of Commons and House of Lords.

What is the Speaker's Art Fund and what does it do?

About the Speaker's Art Fund

Speaker's Art Fund press release on Vote 100 

How do I find out more/stay in touch with what's happening?

Online exhibitions

Discover more about the work of the Voice and Vote exhibition team with our series of online exhibitions

Find out about Parliament's new work of art celebrating the votes for women movement