8th International SWAN Day

Today is the 8th annual International SWAN Day! Perhaps you have already planned something to do this weekend to Support Women Artists Now. If not there is still time!

There are several new films written &/or directed by women filmmakers at art houses and multiplexes. Perhaps there are exhibits at local museums and art galleries. Perhaps you can see a play or dance or other performance.

And if you just want to stay home, there are a huge number of films by women filmmakers that you can watch on DVD, cable, and video on demand. Reviews of hundreds of films by women filmmakers are already on this blog.

So be a SWAN this weekend: Do something to Support Women Artists Now 🙂

Click HERE read a short history of International SWAN Day on the WomenArts website.

Click HERE to “look inside” my book Penny’s Picks for a fuller explanation of the who, what, when, where & how of International SWAN Day.


Tags: International SWAN Day!, Jan Lisa Huttner, Martha Richards, WomenArts

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Jan Lisa Huttner is a Brooklyn-based arts critic & feminist activist. She is the creative force behind the SWAN Movement—Support Women Artists Now—which has just begun its third phase as International SWANs® (aka iSWANs). In the Jewish world, Jan is best known as the author of two books on Fiddler on the Roof—Tevye’s Daughters and Diamond Fiddler—both of which flow from a strongly feminist POV. She also served as both story consultant and “talking head” on the award-winning documentary Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles.
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