From the mid-1860s until 1913, more than 800 women were imprisoned at Lyttelton Gaol. This project uncovered who those women were, where they came from, and what crimes they committed.
Visit the online exhibition to find out more.
An original soundscape had also been created as part of the project. It played half hourly on the Gaol site for the 2018-19 summer, which is the rose garden beside the Charles Upham Memorial Clock above Oxford Street.