The creativity, innovation, and talent of women and girls are critical to fueling the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Yet--despite increasing recognition that STEM is essential to the world's economic growth--women globally are missing, under-represented and dropping out from STEM fields. Ignite: Women Fueling Science and Technology, an online multimedia project, will showcase inspiring, global STEM role models, with content, stories, and art sourced from women around the world.
MAMA: Motherhood Around the Globe is a global online exhibition that explores the realities and ideas of a new global generation of mothers through art, stories and powerful new voices. The exhibition aims to turn inspiration into action, helping fuel a worldwide movement of advocates for mothers' human rights and advances in maternal health.
Picturing Power & Potential, the first in a series of special projects of Economica, is now open online at IMOW.org and in a physical exhibition at San Francisco City Hall. Picturing Power & Potentialis a juried photography show that features photographs of women around the world exercising their power as change-agents in the global economy.
Just Launched! Young Women Speaking the Economy, our final Project of Economica, explores young women's hopes, challenges and ideas at a critical moment for the global economy. Groups of young women from Denmark, the Philippines, the United States and the Sudan will share their perspectives on the economy, careers, well-being and professional life with each other and with the museum's global online audience!
Explore IMOW's Project of Economica, Focusing on Latin America. This vibrant exhibition explores the unique economic challenges and opportunities facing women in Latin American countries, particularly Argentina, Costa Rica and Mexico. We feature the work of regional artists, activists and thinkers and highlight activism opportunities for a global audience.
The untold stories of women claiming and exercising their power around the world and throughout history come alive in I.M.O.W.'s global online exhibitionWomen, Power and Politics.
From March 8 to December 31, 2008, Women, Power and Politics unveiled new stories to audiences worldwide in Arabic, English, French and Spanish. Like never before, women and men focused on issues of substance concerning women's political participation. Visit the Women, Power and Politics exhibition to learn, speak and act to transform our world.
This award-winning exhibition of the International Museum of Women connected young women around the world and inspired them to create positive change in their own lives, their communities, or globally.
Between March 8, 2006 and December 31, 2007, more than a million people participated in Imagining Ourselves. The project included a published anthology, a series of global events, and this dynamic multilingual online exhibition of user-contributed film, photography, music, poetry and personal essays--all in response to the question, "What defines your generation of women?"