Relatives celebrate the Maternity restoration with us. "My grandmother would be so happy to see this work exhibited," said Raffaella Pasquale, during an interview for When the World Answered, the documentary by Kim Jacobs featuring AWA's work with twentieth-century women artists. "She would often tell us, 'You will probably destroy my art when I die!' It is simply fantastic to have her restored work here today." This maintenance project was executed on AWA's behalf by Rossella Lari, in collaboration with the Florence Civic Museums and curator of their twentieth-century collections, Dr. Antonella Nesi. AWA Founder Jane Fortune shared Ms. Pasquale's joy at seeing the work on public display. "We are especially happy to have the artist's family here to celebrate this art event," she said on inauguration night. "Living memory is extremely important when researching art by women. History books have scant information about the lives of female artists. Many scarcely have biographical information to put with their names. We want to change that in the future by documenting conversations with those who knew and loved these artists while we still have that opportunity."