RESILIENCE An exhibition organised by PCS National Gallery strikers

RESILIENCE
An exhibition organised by PCS National Gallery strikers

One year on from our last exhibition and after 111 days of strike action PCS National Gallery strikers have organised a new exhibition with the theme RESILIENCE.
The exhibition, at PCS HQ Clapham, will feature work by PCS members responding to the strike, as well as pieces by campaign supporters, plus art works, banners and posters made during the strike.
EXHIBITION OPENING
Celebrating Resilience
WEDNESDAY 11 NOVEMBER
6.30pm PCS HQ Clapham
Join us for an evening to celebrate our successes and our resilience

Exhibition opening times
The exhibition will be open from 12-22 November on Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm
PCS HQ Clapham 160 Falcon Road SW11 2LN.  The PCS office is next to Clapham Junction station reached by trains every few minutes from Waterloo and Victoria.

NATIONAL CAMPAIGN
We will shortly be launching our national campaign to keep museums and galleries free and publicly run.  In the meantime please do support these campaigns by signing their petitions, thanks!

END TWO TIER WORKFORCE AT NATIONAL MUSEUMS SCOTLAND
PCS members have been taking strike action against attacks on pay and conditions and a two tier workforce.

SAVE THE CASS SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN

LEARNING LESSONS FROM OUR STRIKE

We are involved in a How strikes can win workshop at the Unite the Resistance Conference Saturday 14 November. Strikers from recent successful disputes will share their experiences and lessons learnt. Speakers include Candy Udwin Pcs National Gallery, Sandy Nicoll UnisonSOAS , Jon Hughes Unite St Mungo’s Broadway, Ollie Jones Brett Davis Unite Defence Support Group, Rob Lugg Bectu Ritzy

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