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News at the Museo de la Mujer Mexico

Program at the Museo de la Mujer Mexico in April: 

  • Temporary Photographic Exhibition: “Immortal Amazons” with works by Patricia Aridjis, Luz Montero and Grace Navarro on women that survived cancer.

  • Lectures: Commemorating the World Health Day Luz María Moreno Tetlacuilo (UNAM), delivered the lecture: “Health care with a gender approach”.
  • Courses and Workshops:
    • “Comics against gender violence” taught by the artist Cintia Bolio.
    • “Crimes related to violence against women. A legal framework” conducted by the National Organization of Lawyers.
    • “An introduction to four poets”, taught by Rocío García Rey.
    • “Critical approaches toward citizenship, gender, human rights and sustainable development”, conducted by M. A. Lourdes Enríquez.
    • “Feminist Reading Workshop” taught by Karina Vergara.
    • “Human Rights Judgements Judge upon All of Us” by Dr. Ydalia Fernández Pérez Ceja.
    • “Loosing the fear of writing” de DEMAC.
    • “Reading Group Hermila Galindo” conducted by Alejandra Escalona.
    • “The Poetics of Intelligence” taught by Beatriz Saavedra.
  • Museums at Night: Studio Folklore.
  • Gender Film Society: “We need to talk about Kevin”, “Reyna of the Desert”, “They call us “Warriors” and “Osama”, conducted by A. Delia Selene de Dios Vallejo, who specialized in the Sociology of Cinema.
  • Youth Film: “Whiplash”, “The Chorus”, “Frances Ha”, “La Famille Bélier”, “Lola”, “The So-Called Weeper”, “Woman (is) Woman”, “Magda or the FishTown” and “Neisius”.

 

Program at the Museo de la Mujer Mexico in May:

  • Opening of the Temporary Exhibition “The Little Princess”, based on the book by Antoine de Saint Exupery “The Little Prince”.
  • Lecture on “Sexual Violence during Childhood: How to Overcome it and Be Happy”, delivered by M.A. Regina Samperio.
  • Lecture-en-Route by Tram “Old Houses Speak: A Tour Around Downtown Architecture” presented by Rafael Roura.
  • Lecture “Midwives and Matrons: Strong Women help other women to give birth properly. Historical and Anthropological Approach to the Traditional Mayan Midwives in the XX Century”. delivered by Dr. Martha Ilia Nájera, (UNAM).

 

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