Exhibitions

IAWM assists members in creating collaborative exhibitions, both physical and virtual. In response to the COVID pandemic, IAWM began hosting virtual exhibitions in 2020 to enable our members to engage with wider audiences.

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Virtual Exhibitions

These exhibitions are online-based, allowing you to visit anytime from anywhere with an Internet connection.

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Physical Exhibitions

These exhibitions are produced with our partners for specific locations or tours.

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A wonderful film about the women’s museums in Fürth

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Be(com)ing a Woman

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Broadcast: Fürth without Women‘s Museum? Unthinkable

The women's museum in Fürth is the only one of its kind in Bavaria. Here, stories of women are told that would otherwise go unnoticed. The museum building is in need of renovation and is to be sold by the city to a private investor. The women's museum will have to...

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