Chicago Women in Architecture Virtual Forum: Unconventional Career Paths

From the event organizer: Please join Chicago Women in Architecture for our virtual June forum: a panel discussion partnering with Women in Structural Engineering (WiSE), Women in Restoration & Engineering (WiRE), and the Association for Preservation Technology Northeast surrounding unconventional career paths. The panelists will share their experiences as they maneuvered through careers until finding Read more...

“We Starve Ourselves and Each Other”: Hunger and Lesbian Self-Fashioning in 1970s America

National Portrait Gallery 8th St NW & F St NW, DC

From the event organizer: Presented by Katie Anania, Assistant Professor of Art History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Katherine Ott, Curator and Historian in the Division of Medicine and Science at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, will moderate the Q & A. “Is death by famine worse than death by suicide?” asked the poet Adrienne Read more...

Negin Farsad Presents An Hour Of Comedy From Her Mouth Hole

Caveat 21 A Clinton St, New York, NY 10002

From the event organizer: Join comedian Negin Farsad as she regales you with standup comedy about fruit bowls, Dave Matthews, skinny boyfriends, Palm Springs, noodles, racist cab drivers and 43 other things. It's her first solo live show since February of 2020 so she's got a lot to say. COVID POLICIES As we re-open we're Read more...

June History Book Club Discussion – Never Caught by Erica Dunbar

From the event organizer: For our June History Book Club Meetup we'll be discussing Never Caught: The Washingtons' Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge by Erica Dunbar When George Washington was elected president, he reluctantly left behind his beloved Mount Vernon to serve in Philadelphia, the temporary seat of the nation’s capital. In Read more...

From Pete and Walt To Lucy And Mary: Honoring D.C.’S Rainbow History

From the event organizer: On April 30, 2020, a Queen Anne-style house located on Kearney Street in D.C.’s Brookland neighborhood was approved as a D.C. Landmark and recommended for placement on the National Register of Historic Places. From 1922 until 1937 it was the home of Lucy Diggs Slowe and Mary Burrill, life partners who Read more...

A Talk- Leadership in a Multicultural World

From the event organizer: The second talk in this series of Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame Fireside Chats features Inductees Juana Bordas, and Lily Nie with introduction by Lauren Casteel The event is free to attend, but you must register.   Click here for tickets and more info.   Back to Calendar       Read more...

100 Years | 100 Women Conversation Series

The Met 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York

From the event organizer: Join The Met and Park Avenue Armory for a series of conversations about the 100 Years | 100 Women project with the participants. The project invited one hundred artists, activists, scholars, students, and community leaders to respond to the centennial and complex legacy of the 19th Amendment, which gave some women Read more...

Tenement Museum’s Grand Reopening Block Party

Tenement Museum 103 Orchard Street, New York

From the event organizer: Join us on Orchard Street on June 12 from 12:00-4:00 pm ET as we celebrate our grand reopening at our block party! In March of 2020, like institutions all over the world, the Tenement Museum was forced to shut its doors. But now we’re back, with new building and walking tours Read more...

Virtual Tour: Herstoric Callboxes by A Tour Of Her Own

From the event organizer: Join us for a virtual exploration of a series of callboxes installed in downtown D.C. While callboxes were once part of the city's emergency services system, today many stand as public art installations. Eight boxes have recently been converted to share the story of eight significant women in our city's history, Read more...

The Missing Waves of Feminism: A Four-Part Virtual Symposium Series by National Women’s History Museum

From the event organizer: In celebration of 25 years of service and dedication to amplifying women’s distinct contributions to our nation’s history, the National Women’s History Museum is proud to present this four-part virtual panel discussion series, “The Missing Waves of Feminism.” “The Missing Waves” examines the “lost eras” of the traditionally recognized canon of Read more...

She Been Wound Up – A Comedy Show

Caveat 21 A Clinton St, New York, NY 10002

From the event organizer: Oh yeahhh, she been wound up!!! She Been Wound Up is a variety show where Sylvie Wang and Steph Leschek ask the age-old question - You Wound Up??? And oh yeah, She Been Wound Up!!! This pandemmy has made people wound up both in the sense that they're tense and/or hella Read more...

The Science of Women in Horror & The Science of Stephen King

Caveat 21 A Clinton St, New York, NY 10002

From the event organizer: Kelly Florence and Meg Hafdahl, co-authors of the best-selling The Science of Horror book series, will talk about their latest books The Science of Women in Horror and The Science of Stephen King. Learn about the history and science behind your favorite fright films! COVID POLICIES As we re-open we're doing Read more...