International Women's Art Installation
International Women's Art Installation (IWAI)
Save the Date: December 3rd & December 4th 2020 on the 2nd Floor of Baker University Center*
Our next IWAI will be taking place 12/3/2020 and 12/4/2020 on the second floor of Baker University Center from 10-7pm each day. Join us to view sculptures, posters, digital artwork, and more! Looking to submit a piece? Fill out this form via Bobcat Connect for consideration to participate in the IWAI.
*While we have the event scheduled for December 3 and December 4, 2020, due to the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are also preparing for the possibility for another Virtual IWAI akin to our April 13, 2020 event.
The Women's Center and Office of Global Affairs invite you to help us create the third immersive installation of women's experiences to celebrate, and advocate for, women's lives around the world. We hope this installation creates an environment of inclusion but also provides an opportunity for international students to offer the narrative of what is shared about their countries.
The purpose of International Women’s Day is to globally celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, as well as to work towards equality in areas that are still inequitable. With this in mind, submissions for the installation fall under the following themes:
- Girlhood & Representations of Girlhood around the World
- Body Image
- Women in the Media (literary, film, television, and music)
- Violence Against Women
- Women & War
- Women and Body & Women and Health (menstruation, maternal health, cancer, health inequities, women and disability)
- Say Her Name
- The Intersection of Gender with LGBTQ Identities
- The Intersection of Gender with Race and Ethnic Identities
- Women in the Workplace
- Women & Leadership
- Women in Protest Movements
- Women & Poverty
- Women & Immigration
- Women Leaders & Role Models
- Success Stories of Women's Rights Achieved or Moments that Capture Resiliency
- Women's Suffrage (2020 is the centennial of the 19th amendment! This category can include histories of racism and suffrage)
For questions, please call the Women’s Center at (740) 593-9625 or email at email@example.com. This installation is open to all interested and everyone is encouraged to participate.