Women's Rights

Woman Made Gallery Call For Art: ROE 2.0- It Ain’t Over Yet!

Woman Made Gallery (WMG) seeks submissions for ROE 2.0- It Ain’t Over Yet! exhibition, with exhibition dates of January to February 2023. This is a hybrid (in person and virtual) group exhibition juried by WMG’s Programming Committee. Artists can enter up to three works, and the committee will choose at least one work per artist. ALL accepted works will be viewable online, but due to space limitations Woman Made is able to exhibit only up to forty works in its gallery. For this inclusive show, 

Eligibility: All individuals who have or have had the capacity for pregnancy, and their allies.

Woman Scream 2022-Call for Volunteer Coordinators

The international Woman Scream Festival (Grito de Mujer) in its 12th edition, and in support of the initiatives of the Action Coalitions for Generation Equality of UN Women for the next years, makes a formal invitation to institutions, members and nonmembers, to join the cause as volunteer events coordinators, for the festival’s global cultural chain next March, 2022. This season, paying a tribute to aboriginal women and women ancestors under the motto "Origin". Woman Scream 2022 will be a call to remember native women, whose cultures persist over time in several countries and who still suffer continuous abuses, in absence of laws that promote the validation of their rights.


All womyn artists are encouraged to apply with contemporary contributions working on subjects related to: Feminism, Resistance, Social Change, Anti-White Supremacy, Class Solidarity, Women’s Rights, Anti Authoritarianism. All media are accepted, including, live performance proposals, video, installations, poetry, sound work, non-traditional and traditional mediums. 

Curated by María Adela Díaz and Audra Lucas
Submission Deadline: October 15 @11:59 PM
Show Dates: Nov. 5 - 26, 2021
WAV Gallery, Ventura, CA 93001
Entry Fee: $35 for up to 3 pieces


Woman Scream Festival 2021-Global Call for Submission

Woman Scream Festival (Grito de Mujer) in its 11th. edition, opens its first call for video proposals to participate on the virtual events that will take place online, starting March 1st  throughout March  31st , 2021. The chosen theme for this season is: "Women Warriors: Violence is not in quarantine!"

“We, the WOMEN warriors, adapt to any circumstance. We stay strong, in the midst of the worst pandemic. We, who are indoors, quarantined with our abuser. We, the girls who live with those who mistreat us. We, the resilient of life. We, the strong WOMEN who don’t give up, who won’t be silenced, who will never give up or stay quieted! We are brave, we are art, we are hope, we are poetry, we are the SCREAM ”.


The Feminine Agenda: A Group Exhibition

Over the course of mere decades, The Feminine Agenda has changed all over the world. Progressing through areas of life since the dawn of the 20th Century, Women have been fighting for some of the most basic rights, including the right to vote, financial freedom, and bodily autonomy to name just a small fraction. The speed of technology and the deep enrichment of further education has taught women to explore different ways of life and new methods of thought at a much younger age. Current events and civil issues plaguing America has brought new facets of these issues to marginalized groups of people, and creativity has become an outlet for Revolution and a way to broadcast a message of change. 

Believe Her: Digital Poster Show


Poster design has been used by women throughout history to advocate for equality and share messages. If you identify as a woman and have faced harrasment or discrimination, or have felt silenced because of your gender share your story. Design a poster about a time you felt silenced, posters can be any medium and any size. Posters will be reviewed and featured in an digital poster exhibition designed to help women's voices be heard.



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