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2019 SWAN Day Calendar

As part of our ongoing efforts to increase the visibility of women* artists, StateraArts is organizing Support Women Artists Now (SWAN) Day 2019. SWAN Day, now in its 12th year, is an annual international celebration of women’s creativity and gender parity activism. For more information about SWAN Day please click HERE. You’ll find shareable SWAN Day logos and promotional badges HERE.


Snake River Women at Royal Artisan Gallery -  Baker City, OR

Snake River Women at Royal Artisan Gallery - Baker City, OR

“Hurricane Diane” at WP Theatre -  NYC

“Hurricane Diane” at WP Theatre - NYC

“The Heiress” at Arena Stage -  Washington DC

“The Heiress” at Arena Stage - Washington DC

The Wooden Fish Ensemble -  San Francisco, CA

The Wooden Fish Ensemble - San Francisco, CA

“I Wanna F***ing Tear Your Apart” -  Chicago, IL

“I Wanna F***ing Tear Your Apart” - Chicago, IL

“Iphigenia and Other Daughters” -  St. Paul, MN

“Iphigenia and Other Daughters” - St. Paul, MN

She Grrrowls: March Open Mic -  London, UK

She Grrrowls: March Open Mic - London, UK

Meredith Monk: Cellular Songs -  Los Angeles, CA

Meredith Monk: Cellular Songs - Los Angeles, CA

“The Fire In Me”  - San Diego, CA

“The Fire In Me” - San Diego, CA

Music by Women Festival -  Columbus, MS

Music by Women Festival - Columbus, MS

“The Wolves” at PCPA -  Santa Maria, CA

“The Wolves” at PCPA - Santa Maria, CA

International Women’s Day: Feminist Poetry Slam -  Frostburg, MD

International Women’s Day: Feminist Poetry Slam - Frostburg, MD

Women of the World Festival -  London, UK

Women of the World Festival - London, UK

Growing Room: A Feminist Literary Festival -  Vancouver, BC

Growing Room: A Feminist Literary Festival - Vancouver, BC

“Actually” at Aurora Theatre Co. -  Berkeley, CA

“Actually” at Aurora Theatre Co. - Berkeley, CA

Dani Skye & Friends Poetry Reading -  St. Louis, MO

Dani Skye & Friends Poetry Reading - St. Louis, MO

Women in Music Festival -  Melbourne, Australia

Women in Music Festival - Melbourne, Australia

“Everything Was Stolen” by Emily K. Harrison -  Denver, CO

“Everything Was Stolen” by Emily K. Harrison - Denver, CO

“Photograph 51” -  Cambridge, MA

“Photograph 51” - Cambridge, MA

Reap the Grove -  Chicago, IL

Reap the Grove - Chicago, IL

North Texas Teen Book Festival -  Irving, TX

North Texas Teen Book Festival - Irving, TX

2nd Annual Women on the Bayou Poetry Slam -  Houston, TX

2nd Annual Women on the Bayou Poetry Slam - Houston, TX

SWAN Day MKE  - Milwaukee, WI

SWAN Day MKE - Milwaukee, WI

SWAN Day Kenya -  Nairobi, Kenya

SWAN Day Kenya - Nairobi, Kenya

SheRocks Pop-Up Tour -  NYC & DC

SheRocks Pop-Up Tour - NYC & DC

Virtual SWAN Day Party with StateraArts -  Online & Everywhere

Virtual SWAN Day Party with StateraArts - Online & Everywhere

SWAN Day CT -  New Britain, CT

SWAN Day CT - New Britain, CT

SWAN Day Pensacola by Pen Arts -  Pensacola, FL

SWAN Day Pensacola by Pen Arts - Pensacola, FL

Equivox 2019 at Hedgebrook -  Seattle, WA

Equivox 2019 at Hedgebrook - Seattle, WA

sMOkeyTOWN with Andrea Prestinario -  Chicago, IL

sMOkeyTOWN with Andrea Prestinario - Chicago, IL

“Grand Concourse” by by Heidi Schreck -  South Bend, IN

“Grand Concourse” by by Heidi Schreck - South Bend, IN

 
 

*A NOTE ON INCLUSION AT STATERA

Women: Statera recognizes the limiting nature of the binary use of woman. We serve and welcome anyone on the gender spectrum who identifies either always or some of the time as a woman. We also serve and welcome those who identify as nonbinary. 

Intersectionality: StateraArts works through an intersectional lens for gender parity. We understand and acknowledge that systems of oppression and discrimination are interdependent and span all social categorizations such as race, class, gender, ability, and sexual orientation as they apply to a given individual or group. Addressing one spoke of systematic discrimination or disadvantage means holistically addressing them all.