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Quetzal Stories of Change Exhibition
from Wednesday 9th February 2022 to Wednesday 9th March 2022
at Quetzal Building 14-16 Talbot Lane LE1 4LR

Nearest Parking is NCP, St Nicholas Circle, Leicester, LE1 4LF

To visit the exhibition over the month, please book your visit by sending an email to – or check and book via eventbrite for current available dates

Confirm your attendance by booking your ticket here

About the exhibition

Quetzal Stories of Change is a collective exhibition bringing together artists, organisations and institutions exploring arts and its role in supporting survivors in their journey towards recovery.

For over 30 years Quetzal has provided a safe and private space for female survivors of childhood sexual abuse. We are open to women aged 16 and over living in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to enable them to explore the impacts of abuse on their lives.

The artworks displayed in the counselling rooms showcase numerous stories of survivors’ journey towards recovery and change. The artworks from the artists, Kaajel Patel and Em Penney will be on sale. Part of the proceedings will go to Quetzal supporting female survivors in their journey toward recovery.

The exhibition sets at the Quetzal building will feature:

Female artists painters and survivors – Em Penney, Eugenie Bitty, Kaajel Patel, Elizabeth Shane
The University of Leicester – Let’s Talk about Sexual Violence Installation
H.O.P.E Consultancy and Training – #75women Digital Project
Lightseekers – Community Art Installation Moksha (Liberation)
NCS Team 5 Star – Artworks
Quetzal Volunteer Community Connector Posters
Trade Sexual Health – Bhensexplaining Kitty Party

The exhibition has been curated by Dr Marie Lefebvre assisted by Deborah Knight

How can you support the exhibition

  • You can make a donation when booking a ticket for the event – Book here and donate
  • You can purchase the artists work
    Part of the proceeds will go to Quetzal enabling us to continue our FREE support to female survivors of childhood sexual abuse in their journey toward recovery.
  • You can invite us to display the artwork at your venue. Contact us directly so we can give you more information about the tour of the exhibition

Health & Safety

For the health and safety of all visitors and participants,  please do a rapid lateral flow test before attending the event and remain home if you are experiencing a cold or cough.

Find out more about the featuring artists and organisations involved in the exhibition

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