“Care as Resistance” opens on May 21st
With works by Anna Gohmert, Renate Liebel, Marie Lienhard, Anna Schiefer and Julia Wirsching. Curated by Sascia Bailer and Didem Yazıcı.
For online talk with Hettie Judah (12pm) register here. Exhibition on view until July 9th 2023.
@StadtPalais Stuttgart @Mothers*, Warriors, and Poets @das Bündnis
“Myths of Mothers and Other Monsters” opens on May 6th
Hannah Kindler, Milena Naef, Sara-Lena Möllenkamp and Sylvia Gaßner – together as M.A.R.S. Maternal Artistic Research Studio – present their newest works at L6 Freiburg (on view until July 2nd). More details here.
March 8th, 2023
What is the state of gender justice in the arts?
Not only on International Women’s Day on 8 March: Women artists are still struggling for visibility and equal pay. Taking stock – and what needs to change
8th of March, 2023
No more excuses!
I gathered a list of initiatives that advocate for gender justice within the arts in Germany. If you have this list, there are no more excuses to continue the status quo!
Launch of the CARING CULTURE LAB!
Initiative to consult and certify cultural organisations who aim to implement inclusive structures for artists, staff, and audiences with caring responsabilities.
Book Review about Art and Motherhood
“How to Not Exlcude Artist Mothers (and other parents)” by British author Hettie Judah is a book that should not exist. And that’s exactly why it’s so important: because women artists with children still too often have to face the question of whether they want a child or art in their lives.