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Most admired and influential women in arts and culture

A little experiment we've done with it being Women in the Arts week over on the Guardian Culture Professionals network – @GdnCulturePros on Twitter with your Pinterest username and we'll add you to the board :)


Most admired and influential women in arts and culture

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Rebecca West

Professor Rosemary Cramp, DBE. Archaeologist.

Eve Arnold. Magnum Photographer.

Tacita Dean

Katie Mitchell

Phyllida Lloyd, director

Kathleen Marshall, director & choreographer

Twyla Tharp, dancer/choreographer

Beth Willis, producer

Pamela Fryman, director

Sue Vertue, producer

Nira Park, TV & film producer

Margaret Atwood

Helen Castor, historian

Kathryn Tickell, pipes player & composer

Five questions for Kathryn Tickell

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Olga Soffer, archaeologist

Audra McDonald; go-to Tony winner, singer, actress, advocate

Audra McDonald News - The New York Times

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Rachel Portman, composer

Sarah Vowell, making history accessible & funny

Tina Fey, Bust Spring 2004 Photoshoot, found on polyvore.com

BAFTA winning Sarah Greenwood is one of the world's foremost production designers, with 3 Oscar nominations to her name. Greenwood has created the silver screen worlds inhabited in Pride and Prejudice, Hanna, Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day, Starter For Ten, The Soloist, Atonement and Sherlock Holmes 1 and 2. She graduated from Theatre Design at Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts London, before embarking on her hugely successful career in art direction