Getting women artists out there for the world to know.
For the world to grow.
Athena Project is the Colorado nonprofit that celebrates and nurtures women’s artistic expression, working actively for equality of opportunity, recognition and pay based on artistic merit alone.
Women account for just 25% of the playwrights produced across the Rocky Mountain Region. Only 5% of music producers are women. Only 30% of major American museums have women directors right now …
Grow the world by changing the future for women in mainstream arts leadership.
2018 Premiere Production
September 8th – 30th
Honor Killing is a suspenseful and compelling story of New York Times reporter Allisyn Davis who is investigating the honor killing of a young Pakistani woman at the hands of family. Through a series of cultural collisions, candid interviews, and dangerous encounters she learns the horrifying details of the killing. Cultural bias, technology, and the limits of ethical reporting converge in this tale of two women trapped by their circumstances and culture.
Inside Out: Art and Reflection
Thursdays – Sundays, September 7th – 30th
Inside Out: Art and Reflection. Dissolving the division between invisibility and visibility of women in the visual arts by recognizing the links between generations of women artists.