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Women's Museum of California

Preserving the Past, Inspiring the Future

What is the event about?

FRIDAY NIGHT LIBERTY is our favorite night of the month!!  Join us April 7th and enjoy complimentary refreshments at the Women's Museum and many locations around Liberty Station.  Easy parking, lovely strolling through the park--like atmosphere to many galleries, shops, museums, and restaurants.  Music and art shows outside and in. Come explore the Women's Museum and the Arts District Liberty Station.

 

Current Exhibit: 

To Observe and Wonder

April 7 - May 28

A Short History of the Far-Reaching Minds of Women in Science

Empowering Women; Your Health, Wealth and Legacy

What is the event about?

This is a fun evening of networking, education and empowering women to support one another in Health, Wealth and Legacy. As women, we provide a very unique perspective on life. From those unique perspectives we can learn a lot from each other.

We are privileged to have these talented ladies to speak at our event.

Your Health:
Susan Taylor, Executive Dir. External Affairs At Scripps "Do Pigs Fly" the state of healthcare today, and a look at future trends based on what’s happening with health care reform. 

Marley Healy

Marley Healy is a fashion and costume curator working as a freelance consultant in San Diego. She reviews fashion-based exhibitions along the West Coast and is working on a long-term curatorial research project around dress-based collections in Southern California. 

Women’s Radical Revolutions of Peace and Love Workshop

What is the event about?

This interactive workshop begins with the idea that it is past time for us to wake up to the suicidal course we are on as a human species and asks what we should do about it. We will explore how we, as women, are uniquely called to create ‘Radical Revolutions of Peace and Love’.

Ten Thousand Waves of Women's Voices

What is the event about?

Ten Thousand Waves of Women's Voices brings together the young, the wise, and all people together in a collective for peace and harmony. Join us for an opportunity to hear readings of poetry and prose facilitated by writers, Katya Williamson and Nancy Johnson, and with other committee members of "Ten Thousand Waves of Women's Voices. 

Tickets are $5 and can be bought online or at the door

 

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Women have long been the minority in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). While there are still obstacles to overcome, more and more women are finding their place and their voice. Join us for a panel discussion with female academics and professionals working in fields ranging from nanoengineering to cybersecurity. 

 

Second Sunday Author Series with Ella deCastro Baron

What is the event about?

Second Sunday Author Series: Women’s Voices, Women’s Stories A Collaboration of the Women’s Museum of California and San Diego Writers, Ink 4:30-5:30 pm at the Women’s Museum, Barracks 16, Liberty Station, $5.00

 

This month we welcome  Ella deCastro Baron, author of Itchy, Brown Girl Seeks Employment, to the Museum

 

Friday Night Liberty and Exhibit Opening

What is the event about?

FRIDAY NIGHT LIBERTY is our favorite night of the month!!  Join us April 7th and enjoy complimentary refreshments at the Women's Museum and many locations around Liberty Station.  Easy parking, lovely strolling through the park--like atmosphere to many galleries, shops, museums, and restaurants.  Music and art shows outside and in. Come explore the Women's Museum and the Arts District Liberty Station.

Current Exhibit: 

VIP Opening - Observe and Wonder

What is the event about?

A Short History of the Far-Reaching Minds of Women in Science

Women have played a vastly important role in the development and dissemination of science. Having made significant contributions to science from the earliest times, they were leaders in building the early foundation of modern programming and unveiled the structure of DNA. Their work inspired environmental movements and led to the discovery of new genes. Women broke the sound barrier — and gender barriers all along the way.

What is the event about?

Museum’s panelists, who participated in the U.N.’s Commission on the Status of Women (CSW61), report back about the results of their presentation. Please join panelists Dilkhwaz Ahmed, Carmen Kcomt, Susan Hagos, and Trish Martinez and Moderator Anne Hoiberg as they share the “United Nations Experience.” Other San Diegans returning from CSW61 will join the conversation, bringing the global to the local.

 

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