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Fresh Talk: Righting the Balance — Photographic Power


Wednesday, 23 March 2022: 6:30 pm
Please follow link to register on NMWA’s website: this listing is for information only.


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Follow link below to register for this event on NMWA’s website — this listing is for information only.

Join us for the first FRESH TALK to feature an all -UK panel — talking about the contributions of women to the field of photography.   6:30 pm (British time) on 23 March by Zoom.

For nearly two centuries, women have been leaders, inventors and innovators within the field of photography. Inspired by NMWA’s recent acquisition of vintage photographs by UK-based artists, this Fresh Talk presents a new view of photography through the lens of some of the UK’s most exciting photo scholars and curators. Each guest works passionately to recover and underscore the creative power of women and nonbinary artists working in this vital medium.

Join us for a conversation with Dr. Del Barrett, chair and founder of Hundred Heroines; photographic artist and curator Bindi Vora; Shoair Mavlian, Director of Photoworks; and Renée Mussai, senior curator and head of archive and research at Autograph, about how they are working toward gender parity in the art world.

This talk is sponsored by UK Friends of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in conjunction with the Museum’s educational expansion and the Women, Arts, and Social Change  programs initiative.  The events highlight the power of women and the arts as catalysts for change. Fresh Talk, the initiative’s signature program, features cause-driven conversations with leading artists, designers, activists, social innovators, and others. We are proud to collaborate with the Museum to bring attention to the work of women in the UK.

Click here to join at 6:30 British time/2:30pm East Coast USA time.

Or register here to view the recording available from 9:30pm British time/5:30 pm East Coast USA.

As well, a recording of the talk will be available on the Museum’s You Tube channel a week after the event.


This program is available for free to the public, but if you would like to support the museum, please make a $10 donation.

Image credit: Kea Taylor

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Wednesday, 23 March 2022: 6:30 pm