International Women’s Museum

Hello Sara,

I came across your music while researching female musicians for our
upcoming exhibit at the International Museum of Women and was
wondering if you would be interested in submitting.

My name is Hannah Hill and I am part of the editorial team of the
Imagining Ourselves exhibit, a global, multilingual online exhibit
featuring art, music, photographs, essays and film by young women
between the ages of 20 and 40. For the past ten months, we have been
featuring essays and artwork of young women around the world in an
effort to answer the question, “What defines your generation?” and to
inspire people to take action on the vital social issues raised
through this platform.

From March to May 2007, the focus of the exhibit will shift to
Motherhood and the challenges this generation faces. We want to reach
out to young women to amplify their voices, talk about issues they
face and focus on the issue from different perspectives– but really
looking at personal stories. We are accepting film, audio, images, and
text on these issues: Maternal health, pregnancy, parenting, single
motherhood, adoption, relationships, work and family and much more. I
think some of your songs from Motherlode would work beautifully.

Yahoo! is our digital partner for the “Motherhood” project, and our
advocacy partner is the Global Women’s Action Network for Children–
guided by leaders such as HRH Queen Rania of Jordan, Madeleine
Albright, and Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland.

Get to know our exhibit by going to and clicking on the
Imagining Ourselves exhibit.

Thank you! I look forward to hearing from you.


Hannah A. Hill

Imagining Ourselves
International Museum of Women
PO Box 190038
San Francisco, CA 94119

One Comment “International Women’s Museum”

  • Wow! They couldn’t have chosen a person better suited to this. I hope posting this means you’re going to do it. (Aren’t I generous with your time?) And I hope your participation, aside from what your stellar example will mean, will bring your music and incredible social concern and involvement to a much wider audience.


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