In 1918, the first UK women won the right to vote. 100 years on, we are inviting all self-identifying women, girls and non-binary people to mark this historic moment as part of a celebratory, mass-participation artwork.
On Sunday 10th June, participants will walk together in Edinburgh wearing green, white and violet - the colours of the historic suffrage movement. Accompanied by simultaneous PROCESSIONS in Belfast, Cardiff and London, participants will form a flowing river of colour through the city streets and a living portrait of 21st century women.
Celebrating the rights of 16 and 17 year olds to vote in Scotland and the election of inspirational, young Scots, PROCESSIONS is a chance for young people make their voices heard.
We call on young Scots to join the PROCESSIONS and showcase the strength and creativity of young people in Scotland.