Make the Connection exhibition

Event: Wed 17 October.  5pm-7pm.  Exhibition, speakers, reception

The team at ‘From Pink to Prevention’ launched campaign colleague and co-founder Diana Ward’s first cartoon exhibition collection, and marking October Breast Cancer Month

Below is the full collection of twenty-three pieces.

‘Special Edition’ copies are available on request, with all donations going to support the campaign.

Framed & mounted: A3 @ £65 & A4 £45

RSVP Deborah@tippingpointnorthsouth.org

About Diana Ward

Diana is a writer, artist and activist who has had cancer patient experiences in the UK and Australia from the early 90s in tandem with more than 30 years experience of campaigning for change on a wide range of social and political issues e.g. education, environment, human rights.  Her main interest since 1993 has been the politics and prevention of breast cancer. Working alongside longstanding breast cancer campaigning colleagues Helen Lynn and Deborah Burton, Diana  lived and worked in the UK for many years before returning to her home in Tasmania.  Her cartoon drawings are an integral and unique public education component of the From Pink to Prevention campaign

www.frompinktoprevention.org

All works copyrighted to Diana Ward

The Missing Piece (1)

The Missing Piece (2)

The Missing Piece (3)

All of Chemical Life and Death is Here

Are we fully ‘breast cancer aware?’

Our Ignorance is Their Bliss

It’s About Way More than Lifestyle

Global. Chemical. Soup

Two Faces of Business

Odd Creatures

Occupation Risks Are Manifold (1)

Occupational Risks Are Manifold (2)

Evidence

Opposition (1)

Opposition (2)

Spelling it Out

Hey, that’s my lifeline

The Big Question

The Pink Flood

Coming out from behind the Pink Curtain

Stop BC: Elim MERCS

Stop Breast Cancer: Eliminate Mutagens, Endocrine Disruptors, Reproductive Toxics & Carcinogens

Make the Connection

Time to Make It Happen

 

Stopping Breast Cancer Before It Starts. From Pink to Prevention asks breast cancer charities, government and industry to act upon the evidence linking environmental and occupational links to breast cancer.

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