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Creative Resilience: Art by Women in Science

Language: English

Creative Resilience is an art exhibition featuring the creative expressions of women in science during the COVID-19 pandemic. Neuroscientists, microbiologists, doctors, nurses, medical students, researchers, science communicators, engineers and mathematicians of all ages and from all regions of the world came together in this exhibition to share their stories and to showcase their artworks in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Women scientists are less visible than their male counterparts. Through this exhibition, UNESCO seeks to give a voice to STEM women and give visibility to their unique scientific perspectives, personal journey, creations, and resilience throughout the pandemic
With the participation of: Adanir, Elvan Ozkavruk (Turkey); Ahmed, Najma (Somalia); Al-Bakain, Ramia (Jordan); Arida, Christine (Egypt); Arif, Remal (Pakistan); Aunina, Liene (Latvia); Çakar, Bedia Zeynep (Turkey); Carp, Mariana (Republic of Moldova); di Luca, Carla (Argentina); Dragonidesová, Petra (Slovakia); Frajová, Jaroslava (Czecia); Gopalankutty, Indu Ambika (India); Hasan, Sukanya (Bangladesh); Hayden, Alicia (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland); James, Davitia (Dominica); Knibb, Alanah (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland); Ko, Kathryn (United States of America); Miño Castro, Gabriela (Ecuador); Nanda, Ratih Oktri (Indonesia); Nikić, Zorica (Serbia); Ondari, Edna (Kenya); Patel, Onisha (Australia); Patnala, Radhika (India); Purjobo, Saskia (Indonesia); Whitford, Léni (France); Wu Kay (Canada)

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Place/region: UNESCO-HQ
Type: Animated film
Production and personalities:
Cartoon character: Various artists
Publisher: UNESCO Division of Gender Equality
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Rights: UNESCO Division of Gender Equality

Original: Video.MP4
Location: EV only
UMVS reference: SYNAV-2021-11-07-001111-GEN.HD
Rights holder: UNESCO