International Museum of Women Celebrates 100 Years of Change
If there's any organization that tries to value the lives of women around the world, I.M.O.W. does just that. Standing for "International Museum of Women," this social change museum inspires global action by amplifying the voices of women worldwide through online exhibitions, history, arts, and cultural programs that make the community.
Inside The Common SF, I.M.O.W. hosted their "Celebrating Change: Art Live Launch Party" on February 3 from 6-9 pm. The warmly-lit, intimate setting welcomed guests as they were able to look around at fashionable items made by Hunter Dixon, Taylor Stitch, Marine Layer, and Margaret Elizabeth. They also bellied up to the wooden tables that served delicious bites such as Paxti's Chicago Pizza, which were washed down with beverages from Brugal Rum and Green Planet Bottling. DJ Gabe Gavilanes had everyone grooving to music throughout the night.
With almost 30 sponsors for this event, the International Museum of Women seems to be making progressive changes day by day.
*Photos by: Nicole Paulson