Let Her is an anonymous, collaborative postcard art project launched to reframe the female experience and explore what it means to a woman in the world today.
We launched the project in 2021 in response to the #ReclaimTheseStreets and #MeToo moment campaigns.
Our aim is to give a voice to the often invisible women who rarely speak out about their experiences.
Let Her is a platform where women can freely and safely share their experiences of trauma and hope after sexual harassment/abuse.
Dawinder Bansal is an award-winning British producer and artist. Throughout the past decade, she has produced site-speciﬁc stage shows, immersive exhibitions, art installations and festivals all of which are woven with South Asian heritage and contemporary stories.
Dawinder has worked with a wide range of arts institutions including; The Barbican Centre, BBC, Channel 4, English Heritage, and The Southbank Centre
In 2017 she was a recipient of a High Commendation by Asian Women of Achievement awards. She is a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, Arts Adviser to the prestigious Jerwood Arts Foundation and serves on the Diversity Board at ITV Central.