An exhibition at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture captures what Oprah Winfrey and her TV show have meant.
Category Archives: Women and Girls
With her paintbrush, Sher-Gil explored the sadness felt by people, especially women, in 1930s India, giving voice and validity to their experiences.
A growing network of booking agencies and community groups have made female artists more visible in Berlin, erasing the boy’s club atmosphere of the past.
As the traveling punk-rock extravaganza begins its final full cross-country run, the women who performed on the male-dominated festival tell their stories.
The New York Philharmonic, alone among the nation’s top orchestras in still requiring female players to perform in skirts or gowns, considers a change.
Strict physical norms still matter in ballet. To dance in the female corps — a first in modern ballet — Chase Johnsey shed 20 pounds and remade his body.
In Shakespeare in the Park’s 57 years at the Delacorte, this is the first production whose design roles are all filled by women.
Period Party, an event held in celebration of Menstrual Hygiene Day, turned gynecological realities into an open, and often humorous, dialogue.
A conversation about that thing Samantha Bee said about Ivanka Trump. You know. THAT thing.
A weeklong festival at Caveat combines science and humor to bring attention to underrepresented scientists.