Women and Memory Forum opens its exhibition “Doing Well, Don’t Worry.”: Short Tales of Women’s Work and Mobility

Women and Memory Forum opened the exhibition “Doing Well, Don’t Worry.”: Short Tales of Women’s Work and Mobility on Tuesday the 2nd of May 2017. The Exhibition held at the American University in Cairo comes as a part of WMF efforts to establish the first women’s museum in Egypt and the Middle East. 

This exhibition introduces glimpses into the lives of several women – women, who have worked and moved as doctors, maids, actresses, students, accountants, filmmakers, embroiderers, teachers, tour guides, artists, and as mothers, daughters, mentors and friends. They live in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Denmark, yet their lives invite us to travel across many more spaces, peoples, and times, and inspire us to rethink familiar meanings and assumptions about women, mobility and work.
This exhibition is the result of collaboration between the Women and Memory Forum (EG), Women’s Museum in Denmark (DK), Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute (EG/DK), Anthropology Unit and the Cynthia Nelson Institute from the American University in Cairo (EG), the Tiraz Centre (JO) and the Knowledge Workshop (LE). It could, however, not have been done without the help from students and young professionals in the fields of social sciences, architecture, museums and graphic design who lent their time and passion to the project.

The exhibition continues to receive visitors until the 23 of May 2017 from 11 am to 9 pm at at Falaki Theatre, 24 Falaki Street, Downtown AUC Tahrir Square Campus.


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