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Women's History Month 2016

History of Women March 2014

Celebrate Women's History Month at AACC!

AACC’s Women’s History Month Events offer opportunities to reflect on the achievements and cultural experiences of women in the past, as well as ways to promote awareness of the gendered historical/cultural experiences that shape our personal and social lives in the present.

Check out our list of events below.

­­Women's History Month Events

March 1-31 -- “The 8th Annual Art of Women Invitational Exhibition.” Works of some of AACC's most talented student artists on view.  Pascal Center for Performing Arts Gallery, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday; contact Dawn Bond, 410-777-7023,

March 1-31 -- "Women at Work." Library exhibit at Andrew G. Truxal Library, 8 a.m.-9:45 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 8 a.m.-5:45 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Saturday; noon-4:45 p.m. Sunday; contact Marisin Dixon, 410-777-2067,

March 2 -- 1 p.m.  "Evolution of a Black Girl."  Performance of twelve different characters by Morgan McCoy, Performance Artist. Kauffman Theater; contact Chris Storck, 410-777-2219,     

March 2 -- 2:30 p.m. "Dream Catcher's Workshop."  Morgan McCoy will lead a motivational workshop that helps attendees identify their dreams/ambitions and create a game plan to help that dream become a tangible reality.  Student Union 204; contact Chris Storck, 410-777-2219,  

March 3 -- 12-2 p.m.  "8th Annual Art of Women." Gallery opening and reception.  Artists will discuss their work and creative process.  Pascal Center for Performing Arts Gallery; contact Dawn Bond, 410-777-7023,­.

March 7 --  10-11:40 a.m. "Don't Tell Anyone."  Film (Directed by Mikaela Shwer, 2015) about a girl growing up in the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant.  Followed by discussion.  HUM 125; contact Carolin Woolson, 410-777-7033,

March 10 -- 7:00 p.m.  “The Vagina Monologues.” Our 10th annual V-Day drama production by AACC faculty and students. V-Day is a global movement to end violence against women and girls.  Event benefits the Annapolis YWCA domestic violence and sexual assault prevention programs; Kauffman Theater, Pascal Center for Performing Arts; $8 general admission in advance or at the door; box office 410-777-2457 or;­  contact Carolin Woolson, 410-777-7033,

March 24 -- 10 - 11:00 a.m.  Poet Virginia Bell will discuss her work and women in the literary arts. Modular 22.  ­2:00 -3:15 p.m. Bell will read from her poetry and fiction.  Humanities 112; contact Suzanne Spoor, 410-777-2448, .

March 24 --  12:30 - 2 p.m.  "Soapbox Sisters."  Performance of speeches from some of history's boldest, most courageous women.  Cade 219; contact April Copes, 410-777-2788,

March 28 - April 1 "Sister Settings:  Student Installation Inspired by Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party." Come experience an artistic project focused on famous women from history. Dining Hall; contact Carolin Woolson, 410-777-7033,       

March 29 -- 11-12:30 pm. "Hard Hatted Women." Discussion with Ambra Melendez, woman pioneer, about a new documentary which explores the challenges and triumphs of women who are breaking down barriers to work in blue-collar construction trades.  Cade 219; contact James Felton, (410) 777-1472, at

March 31 -- 11-12:00 p.m.  Artist Elsa Lankford, media artist and co-founder of WAMMfest (Women and Minorities in Media Festival) speaks about her work as an artist and activist.  Cade  219; contact Dawn Bond, 410-777-7023,

All events are free (unless otherwise noted) and open to the public.