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Actress Sandra Oh Celebrates SWAN Day!

See EMMY-winning actress Sandra Oh “swim with the SWANs” in this new promo from The Fund for Women Artists! © FF2 Media (3/22/08)

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4th Annual WITASWAN Program in Chicago

  Reservation Form for SATURDAY (3/29/08) Reservation Form for SUNDAY (3/30/08)      Under the banner of WITASWAN, six Illinois-based women’s organizations are co-sponsoring two screenings of Israeli Director Adi Refaeli’s award-winning film EMPATHY during Women’s History Month. The first screening is scheduled for Saturday afternoon, March 29th in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.  The second screening […]

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FWA Releases New SWAN DAY Logo

The Fund for Women Artists began circulating its new Support Women Artists Now Day (aka SWAN Day) logo today, along with expanded SWAN Day tool kits & back-up documentation. SWAN Day is a new international holiday that celebrates women artists.  It is intended to be an annual event taking place on the last Saturday of March […]

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10/10/07: WITASWAN Night @ the CIFF

Wednesday October 10 will be WITASWAN Night @ the Chicago International Film Festival! Evening includes a screening of the new doc JUMP! @ 6:30 PM @ the Landmark Century Center Cinema on Clark & Diversey, followed by a dessert reception for filmmaker Helen Hood Scheer at a local restaurant. Space at the reception is limited, so […]

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WITASWAN’s First Members

WITASWAN’s First Members AAUW-Illinois Board Members don hats in tribute to Regina Taylor’s new play CROWNS at the District 2 Fall Conference in Decatur (10/04). Left to Right: Jan (Director of College/University Relations), Nancy (Membership Co-V.P.), Donna (Director of International Relations); Kay (Education Foundation Director), Doris (Program V.P.), KIM (PRESIDENT & #1 SWAN!), Delinda (Ex […]

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A SWAN is Born

A SWAN is Born  By Barbara Zeitz (First Posted in 2005) I never thought of myself as a swan. My Zodiac sign is a crab, I was born in the Chinese year of the serpent, and, growing up, I was the black sheep of my family. Then I met Jan Lisa Huttner and waddya know: […]

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