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Women In Arts and Educatin

By: Mariah Fjeldsted, Rocio Solorio, Elisabeth Brinkerhoff

Mariah Fjeldsted

on 18 April 2017

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Transcript of Women In Arts and Educatin

Women In Arts and Education
"A Girl Worth Fighting For."
Women throughout history have fought for future generations to attend Universities and art schools. They have fought for women's art to be displayed in galleries and exhibits.
Ellen Swallow Richards
was the first women to attend MIT and graduate with a bachelors degree in 1873.
Who's influencing us know?
A movie project known as 'Little Stones' is an effort by Sophie Kruz to end Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), extreme poverty, sex trafficking, and domestic violence through art, dance, graffiti, fashion, and music.
Influential Women In Art
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Video: Little Stones
Women In Arts and Education
Artemisia Gentileschi
Lived in Naples Italy and aspired to create art like Carrivaggio.
She lived during the Baroque art period.
Was considered one of the greatest artists of her time.
Artemisia was raped when she was 19 years old, but began expressing her feelings through art.
Frida Kahlo
Born and raised in Coyoacan, Mexico
Frida's art was displayed in various exhibitons in Mexico, New York City, and Paris.
Frida's work largely includes self portraits of her physical struggles throughout her life.
Frida has inspired women in the arts as well as in self confidience.
Sophie Kruz
The movie follows the story of four women in India, Brazil, Senegal, Kenya, Germany, and the U.S.
Sophie hopes that her movie will inspire both men and women to think outside of the box in solving today's issues.
1. Who was the first women to attend a University?
2. Who was the most influential female artist during the Baroque era?
3. What were women fighting for in art and education?
4. Who is influencing women now in arts and education?
5. Where did Frida Kahlo exhibit her art?
By: Mariah Fjeldsted, Rocio Solorio, Elisabeth Brinkerhoff.
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