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Unique display honours women in Canada

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The Timber Village Museum is hosting a unique exhibit to honour women, just in time for International Women’s Day 2022 in March.

The exhibit is a new collaborative art exhibit called Breaking the Bias: Celebrating over 100 years of Women’s History in Canada.

The museum is asking local artists and creators to show how they respect, appreciate and celebrate women in their life by submitting a creative piece of work, be it writing, sculpture, paint, any medium of your choosing.

Some of the topics suggested are what does International Women’s Day mean to you? What does gender inequality look like and how should it look? What can you do to help women fight prejudice, sexualization and violence?

All entries will be screened for appropriate content.

Accepted* artwork includes paintings, poems, photography, typography, posters, short stories, speeches, and any other creative types.

*All entries will be screened for appropriate content as defined in the TVM Exhibition Policy.

If you have any questions OR wish to know more regarding appropriate content, email: museum@blindriver.ca. Facebook site is: https://www.facebook.com/TVMuseum

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