Global inauguration of the artistic exhibitions in the framework of the celebrations of the International Women’s Day 2011

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Exhibitions of paintings in the framework of the celebrations of the International Women’s Day 2011

Global inauguration of the artistic exhibitions with the artists of the following countries : Brazil, Egypt, Gabon, Lebanon, Thailand and USA.


Exhibition of paintings entitled “Perspectives of the Lives of Women in Brazil”, Lucia Mamos-Moreaux, Brazil (Miro II).
Organised in collaboration with the Permanent Delegation of Brazil to UNESCO.

Exhibition of paintings and an animated short film entitled “Emotions”, Reem Saad, Egypt (Miro I).
Organised in collaboration with the Permanent Delegation of the Arab Republic of Egypt to UNESCO.

Exhibition of paintings entitled “Lights from Gabon”, Maguy Makosso, Gabon (Hall Ségur).
Organised in collaboration with the Permanent Delegation of Gabon to UNESCO.

Exhibition of drawings and paintings entitled “The Forgotten Goddesses and Princesses of Phoenicia”, Diana Kahil, Lebanon (Hall Ségur).
Organised in collaboration with the Permanent Delegation of Lebanon to UNESCO.

Exhibition of paintings, photographs and silk wear entitled “On Being Female - Images Across Cultures”, Savitri Suwansathit and Ajchara Petpuang, Thailand (Hall Ségur).
Organised in collaboration with the Permanent Delegation of the Kingdom of Thailand to UNESCO.

Exhibition of photographs “Women at Work, Women’s Lives”, by Donna De Cesare, Ginna Fleming, Paola Gianturco, Barbara Goodbody, Sonya Melescu, Marta Morse, Amy Russell and Sara Sykes. Curated by Anne Zill, USA.
Organised in collaboration with the Permanent Delegation of the United States of America to UNESCO.


Details

Type of Event Exhibition
Start 08.03.2011 13:00 local time
End 08.03.2011 14:00 local time
Date to be fixed 0
Focal point Majlöf, Anna Maria
Organizer Division for Gender Equality, office of the Director-General
Contact Anna Maria Majlöf - am.majlof@unesco.org
Country France
City Paris
Venue UNESCO Headquarters
Street 7, place de Fontenoy
Room Hall Segur, Salle Pas Perdus, Room Miro 1, Room Miro 2
Permanent Delegation Contact
Major Programme
Language of Event English, French
Estimated number of participants 1000
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