Girlhood and Art | Tate

Experiences of girlhood are shaped by art and visual culture as much as they are shown in them. In this film, Claire Marie Healy explores this relationship, guiding us through the making and meaning of girlhood in Tate's collection of art. She traces the journey of 'the girl' in art, from a silent subject of portraiture, to an expressive creator of self-portraiture. Claire Marie Healy is a writer and editor who explores the experiences of young women in her ongoing multi-media project, Girlhood Studies. Subscribe for weekly films: http://goo.gl/X1ZnEl

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