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Image by Tina Gue, photographer whose work is on show at the ‘This is us’ exhibition at the Vestibules, Bristol.

Image by Tina Gue, photographer whose work is on show at the ‘This is us’ exhibition at the Vestibules, Bristol.

A global phenomenon?

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‘AWA Around the World’ Events

From Bristol and London to Hong Kong and Washington. From Australia to Ireland and the Netherlands or Malta. From California and Texas to Michigan and Massachusetts… and in Florence, of course, AWA’s own ‘hometown’. Screenings of AWA’s documentaries featuring art by women and its restoration are being organized across the globe as part of a myriad of different events organized by universities, libraries, cultural institutions and historic venues. All the institutions named below are doing their part in recognizing and celebrating the achievements of historical and contemporary women artists, either in the classroom or in the exhibition hall, with lectures, art shows, question-answer-sessions… and our films are part of their efforts. Women’s Day (and all the days before and after) have become a moment of exchange and support for all those who want the hidden half of art to come to the fore. For more details.

Here’s a shortlist of those planning AWA screening events worldwide:

University College Dublin Foundation for Italian Studies. American University. The Women's Art Library at Goldsmiths University of London’s Special Collections and Archives. Le Balze, home of Georgetown University in Florence. Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. University of Texas’ Rio Grande Valley School of Art in Edinburg Texas. University of Malta. De La Salle Catholic College in Cronulla, Sydney. Artspace Lifespace, The Island, The Vestibules in Bristol. Creative Kowloon, in Hong Kong. Art League of Lincoln, in Lincoln California. ‘Cultural Salon Firenze’ at Palazzo San Niccolò. Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, Massachusetts. Ludington Area Arts Center in Ludington Michigan.