The WM Wiesbaden is opening the exhibition “Hopeful Arrival” on Sunday, 27th November 12:00.
The young afghan artist Sara Nabil (*1994) came to Germany in 2015. In the art project “Hopeful Arrival” she works with refugee women from various cultures. The women meet regularly at the WM in order to collaborate with the artist in a biographical work-in-progress. And as in this project communication needs to happen in one language the participants practice their German along the way.
The outcome of this “work in progress” is an installation that represents visions, dreams, hopes and goals of these women.
The new exhibition at the Women’s Museum Hittisau, Austria tells stories of the Maasai women from Ololosokwan in Tanzania. These women alone are in charge of the construction and preservation of the traditional houses (Enkaji). The moving and fascinating stories of their lives and also of their buildings are narrated in the exhibition. It is a unique insight into the everyday lives of these women.
The virtual Girl Museum created these wonderful T-Shirts. They are not only a cool christmas present, but also help to finance the next exhibitions, podcasts and educational programs of this wonderful virtual museum.
On Wednesday, 26 October the finissage of the exhibition Me, on the summit. A female alpine history takes place at the women’s museum Hittisau, Austria.
With this exhibition the WM Hittisau uncovered pieces of female history and made a valuable contribution to the tasks of women’s museums.
The WM Hittisau writes about this show: The exhibition offers comprehensive documentation of this issue for the first time. Over the last two centuries different exhibitions with reference to Alpine topics took place, but women’s multifaceted roles in this context were represented only marginally. The Frauenmuseum Hittisau shows biographies and life concepts of climbing women, traces prejudices and hostilities towards them and finds out about the women Alpinists’ empowerment. You will hear about those women who have been living and working in the mountains forever: farmwoman, “Sennerin”, shepherdess, hostesses, woman poacher. We tell about female figures in myths and fairy tales, from the woman in white to Himalayan goddesses. Is there a particularly female view on the mountains? Numerous female artists, photographers, filmmakers, scientists and literary women have devoted themselves to the subject.