Look What SHE Did! seeks to inspire women and girls by creating short films about remarkable women who have changed the world. In honor of Women’s History Month, they will be featuring stories of female resilience starting with a new film about labor leader Dolores Huerta,
Congratulations to the women of SWAN Day Kenya for their successful “Pre-SWAN” event on Saturday, February 6, 2021. The theme of their event was Creativity Takes Courage, and the courage of the women of SWAN Day Kenya is an inspiring example for us all as they find new ways to support each other.
I usually take time during my birthday week to reflect on the past year, but so much has happened in 2020 that I can’t sort it out with my usual logic, and I have been longing for better ways to access my intuition and other kinds of wisdom. Fortunately I have discovered Sarah Greenman’s beautiful new oracle cards.
The Women in the Arts and Media Coalition will honor Martha Richards, the Founder and President of WomenArts, with its 2020 Elsa Rael VintAge Award in an online ceremony on […]
Are you looking for an inspiring musical event that celebrates an African-American heroine of the civil rights movement? Do you like to sing? If so, check out the two Zoom […]
WomenArts stands in solidarity with the many individuals and organizations calling for racial justice in these troubled times. Many women artists of color have been addressing racial issues through their […]
Today is Support Women Artists Now Day/SWAN Day 2020, and although we can’t meet in person this year, I hope you will take time to contact your favorite women artists […]
Support Women Artists Now Day/SWAN Day 2020 is coming next month! People all over the world are creating events celebrating women artists and posting them on the official SWAN Calendar. We […]
WomenArts is a proud supporter of the Bay Area Women’s Theatre Festival, a thrilling collaboration of 40 of the best theatre companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. A producing team […]
A Special Note from Martha Richards, Executive Director of WomenArts – Since I am turning 70 this week, I have been thinking a lot about the values and people that […]
WomenArts has just released Valerie Weak’s latest report, STILL NOT EVEN: A Gender Analysis of 600 San Francisco/Bay Area Theatrical Productions 2014-2018 from The Counting Actors Project. Weak’s findings are summarized in the […]
Special Guest Blog by Amelia Parenteau. Elizabeth Vega is an “artivist” – an artist and activist who understands that art is its own form of powerful resistance. She has dedicated […]
Dear Santa, First of all, thanks so much for all that you do for the world. It is wonderful to have an international leader who is such an inspiring symbol […]
We hope you are enjoying the holiday season, and we wanted to remind you that Support Women Artists Now Day/SWAN Day is only a few months away. We hope you will […]
Since this is my birthday week, I have been taking some time to reflect on my past. As usual, I feel blessed that I have been able to work with […]