Hurray for the Statera Foundation team! They have already raised over $17,300 to meet the match for their $25,000 Challenge Grant from WomenArts!! Please help them if you can!
WomenArts is proud to announce that Sarah Moore won 1st Prize in the 2018 SWAN Day Song Contest. Toya Alexander won 2nd. Lisa Brigantino and Sari Miller & Jesse Ritter tied for 3rd.
Thanks to everyone who submitted photos for the SWAN Day 2018 Photo Contest. Annick Duvivier won 1st Place, Mandi Martini won 2nd, and Billie Quijano & Sylvia Binsfield tied for 3rd.
Happy Support Women Artists Now Day 2018! Take time on SWAN Day to tell a woman artist how much you appreciate her creativity. There is tremendous power in these simple acts of recognition.
Ten powerful New York film groups, including leading advocates for women in film, are celebrating SWAN Day together this Saturday at a special screening of a film about Winnie Madikizela Mandela.
SWAN Day Milwaukee, now in its third year, invited women artists to explore women’s artistic and spiritual connections to nature, and how these roots nourish one’s work, activism and daily living.
WomenArts is collaborating with Symmetry Theatre on two SWAN Day performances featuring Mexican and U.S. actors in a special bilingual adaptation of Julia Cho’s “The Language Archive.”
WomenArts is thrilled to announce that we will be partnering with Statera Foundation to coordinate Support Women Artists Now Day/SWAN Day 2018.
We had so many great entries in our SWAN Day Song Contest and Photo Contest last year that we have decided to do them again!
There will be over 250 Women’s Marches this Saturday and Sunday to mark the anniversary of the protests of President Trump’s inauguration.
For 23 years WomenArts has been building a powerful global community of women who are using their creativity to work for peace and justice. Please join us!
Shellen Lubin, the indefatigable co-president of the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition organized a half-day summit in New York on November 30 to discuss strategies to increase the number of productions of contemporary and historical plays by women. She planned the summit in collaboration with WomenArts, the Dramatists Guild, and the National Theatre Conference. Lubin’s goal was to […]
The Women’s Voices Theater Festival in Washington, DC is inviting theatre artists around the world to organize free readings of unproduced plays by women playwrights on January 21, 2018 as part of the new celebration called International Women’s Voices Day. The Women’s Voices Theater Festival made history in 2015 by producing 52 world premieres of plays by […]
The fall is a great time to start planning for Support Women Artists Now Day/SWAN Day 2018. To get inspired for your event next March, check out these winning photos from our SWAN Day 2017 Photo Contest.
Many women artists have wondered whether there were any laws they could use to fight the pervasive gender discrimination they have experienced. Study after study has shown that these women are not getting their fair share of opportunities. Why can’t they just bring a lawsuit to solve the problem? In 2011, film director Maria Giese began […]