Women's Museum of California

Preserving the Past, Inspiring the Future
Traveling Exhibits

Traveling Exhibits

Traveling Exhibits



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The Women's Museum has produced a variety of traveling exhibits suitable for display at your school, library, or organization.  These exhibits are available for up to two weeks at a time. 


"A Moral Earthquake" an 8 panel FREE-STANDING exhibit which tells the story of how 4 San Diego women worked to get California women the right to vote in 1911. CLICK HERE for more information.

Exhibits consist of 2 x 4 foot panels and some artifacts depending on the accomodations of the venue.



"She's History - The Most Dangerous Women in America - is a live 60 minute performance by Amy Simon whose entertaining solo play about women who MAKE and MADE history, highlighting some of America's most notorious and influential women. From Abigail Adams to Hillary Clinton,  Amy Simon explores why our daughters know more about Kim Kardashian than Abigail Adams.  Great for schools or organizations. CLICK HERE for more information.


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