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February 1 @ 8:00 am - June 30 @ 5:00 pm

Support Women Artists Now Day is an annual international grassroots celebration of women artists that takes place during March and April.  If you are organizing an event featuring women artists during those months, please feel free to post them on our Support Women Artists Now Day/SWAN Calendar.

Nevertheless. We Persist – Art About Reproductive Freedom

February 21 @ 11:00 am - April 1 @ 7:00 pm

Over 100 years ago, Margaret Sanger created an organization that went on to be Planned Parenthood.  She believed that “No woman can call herself free who does not own and control her body.”  In this exhibit, nine artists come together to explore the issue of reproductive freedom and its impact not only on individual women but on our nation. The exhibit runs from February 21 to April 1, 2018 at Columbia City Gallery, 4864 Rainier Ave S, Seattle,WA 98118. SPECIAL EVENT…

Womxn Among Us

March 1 - March 31

Everyday during the month of March (women's history month), Talking To Crows releases one photo of one woman, totaling 30 incredible local women from Washington State. On the 31st, we release a compilation video of all of the participants. Women are nominated by the Women Among Us participants from 2017. Inspired by our discovery of Ella Higginson, Women Among Us is an effort to recognize and honor women in our community.

Women of Ramapough Lenape Nation

Alternative Photographs of Women from the Ramapough Lenape Nation

March 1 @ 3:00 pm - April 30 @ 5:00 pm

Lisa Levart has been creating alternative photographic portraits of women embodying poetic myths for well over a decade. Her latest exhibition, The Women of the Ramapough Lenape Nation, is a creative collaboration between the artist and women from the Ramapough Lenape Nation exploring long forgotten Lenape myths. Using these re-remembered sacred stories as a foundation, artist Lisa Levart uses a technique of collaging image layers -- metal, wood, water and concrete -- into the images and then individually hand painting them with…

This Joyous, Chaotic Place: He Waiata Tangi-ā-Tahu

March 1 @ 6:00 pm - April 14 @ 4:00 pm

‘This Joyous, Chaotic Place: He Waiata Tangi-ā-Tahu’ is a multi-media project to celebrate poet and lesbian activist Heather McPherson (1942-2017) and her peers in the Aotearoa New Zealand’s women’s art and literature movement of the 1970s and 1980s. It is a #suffrage125 project, funded by Creative New Zealand and includes an exhibition, a collection of Heather’s ‘garden poems’ and a shopfront cinema showing 70s and 80s short films and raw footage.  

Lady Got Chops Musicians

Lady Got Chops Festival 2018

March 1 @ 8:00 pm - March 31 @ 11:00 pm

This is the 16th Annual Lady's Got Chops Festival, a grassroots event created and organized by New York native, Kim Clarke, who is a parent, bassist, guitarist, composer, bandleader, website developer, educator, and earring designer. There will be performances throughout the month of March in venues around New York City as well as Los Angeles, CA and Peekskill, New York. You can see the full calendar of events at: http://ladygotchops.com/2018calendar.html For more information about each show, please visit the Lady Got Chops Festival…

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again

March 5 @ 8:00 pm - March 24 @ 8:00 pm

Exhilaratingly wild, fearless and playful, REVOLT. SHE SAID. REVOLT AGAIN. is feminism at its messy edge. Playwright Alice Birch morphs language and explodes boundaries in this darkly comic manifesto exploring the myriad ways women are styled, shaped, and confined to fit society’s expectations, asking us: What happens when we rebel? For all the #NastyWomen (or anyone who can say #MeToo) looking for #GirlsLikeUs, wondering why #NeverthelessShePersisted, who want to #AskHerMore: Revolt. Directed by Rebecca Novick Dates: March 5 - March…

Women Who Paint Women

March 8 @ 6:00 pm - April 14 @ 8:30 pm

Please Join us for "Women Who Paint Women”, an exhibit celebrating the 21st Annual International Women’s Day Opening Artist Reception at Madrigal’s Sausalito Wine Tasting Salon & Gallery. This Exhibit Celebrates the Art of Five Talented and Diverse Bay Area Female Artists. Stop by for a glass of wine and a look and enjoy live musical entertainment by Cayleigh Goodson and Jordy Carrington. The exhibit will be on view from March 8th - April 14th, 2018 in the Wine Tasting…

One-woman Show Opening – The Art of Female Empowerment

March 9 @ 6:00 pm - April 1 @ 8:00 pm

JSDD's Wae Center is delighted to announce the opening of a one-woman show, “The Art of Female Empowerment.” The exhibit, featuring the impressive body of work by Wae Center artist Kristen Lynn, is being shown by the Creativity Caravan in Montclair NJ as part of their year-long effort to showcase female artists. The collection focuses on this artist’s desire to capture women’s life experiences. Stop by for the Opening Reception and meet the artist! Light refreshments will be served. The exhibit will…

Shakespeare’s Will

March 14 @ 7:00 pm - April 1 @ 8:30 pm

NACL Theatre presents SHAKESPEARE’S WILL by award-winning playwright Vern Thiessen (Of Human Bondage), starring Tannis Kowalchuk (Struck, Courage) as Anne Hathaway, begins March 14 at HERE for a limited run through April 1. Loosely based on the few historical facts known about the Bard, Anne, and their family life, SHAKESPEARE’S WILL begins on the afternoon of Shakespeare’s funeral. As Anne hesitates to open the will, she relives her colorful and unorthodox life. Performed with physical prowess, dynamic theatricality and live…

Arms and the Highlander – A Revolutionary Romantic Comedy

March 16 @ 7:00 pm - March 25 @ 9:00 pm

They say "All's fair in love and war", but Captain Hay never had a chance... "Arms and the Highlander" moves G.B. Shaw's brilliant romantic comedy, "Arms and the Man", to Colonial America, where a young Elizabeth Pettibone dreams of a new life with her fiance, Henry - the American war hero, and where Elizabeth's maidservant, Betty... dreams of life with Henry, too. But when Captain Hay - a mercenary fighting for the British - decides to avoid capture by climbing…

Daughters of the Diaspora–Women of Color Speak

March 17 - May 13

Diaspora is defined as the dispersion of people from their homeland or a community formed by people who have exited or been removed from their homeland. The term diaspora comes from an ancient Greek word meaning “to scatter about.” And that’s exactly what the people of a diaspora do — they scatter from their homeland to places across the globe, spreading their culture as they go. Daughters of the Diaspora—Women of Color Speak is an art exhibition at Henderson State…

Untold Stories of Jewish Women

March 21 @ 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 10:00am, repeating until March 22, 2018

This three-day festival of readings and performances, including theater, music, and conversation, will challenge the stereotypes of Jewish women’s lives and elevate their voices. Sample events are below; complete schedule available from this link. Tickets for each day are available, as well as tickets to the Celebration held Tuesday from 6 – 8 PM. Or purchase the All Festival Pass which includes all three days as well as the Celebration. Day One: Jewish Women Before the Holocaust | Tuesday, March 20, 10 AM…

Mary Cassatt in France

March 21 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join us for a compelling presentation about Mary Cassatt’s journey to becoming a professional artist in France. Share her struggles to balance family obligations with career goals as well as your instructor's own journey in researching Cassatt’s life for her play, Girl In Blue Armchair.  The presentation includes images of Cassatt’s work and those of her contemporaries. Also includes photos of Cassatt's residences in France and of the present day Cassatt family in Maine.  Instructor: Prof. Susan Courtney (Theater Professor, Actress, Playwright) Westchester Community College's…

History Lezons: A Women-Loving-Women’s History Month Play Festival

March 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:30pm on Tuesday and Wednesday, repeating until March 21, 2018

We already observe Women's History Month. Now it's time to celebrate Women-Loving-Women's History Month. Pride Films & Plays presents History Lezons, a festival of short plays spotlighting the formidable fortitude of our foremothers: both factual figures in history and fictional figures of the playwrights' own creations. Written and directed by women, these plays refine, define, and redefine the expression "out with the old." The performances will be on Sunday, March 18; Tuesday, March 20; and Wednesday, March 21 from 7:30 p.m. …

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