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Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts (MECA) and Creative Women Unite (CWU) will celebrate International Women's Day and Women's Herstory month with a weekend of art, performances, workshops, film screenings and panel discussions.
This two-day event will begin with a visual art opening and reception continue with performances by local musicians, poets, an all-women Danza Azteca circle, MECA Ballet Folklorico, CWU's song and drum circle and a visual art exhibit curated by Eva Martinez that will continue through March 28.
March 8, 6-10 p.m.
Visual art reception and performances.
March 9, 2-10 p.m.
Workshops, panel discussion and performances. Film screenings include: The Garden, a video history project that invites young women to create media by collecting the histories and sharing the stories of their female elders; and Reclaiming the Indian Women, a film that questions the way women are viewed in India and how that affects the rest of the world.