Call for Workshop Proposals
Come share your knowledge and expertise with other women in a festive atmosphere.
Our goal is to share the myriad
experiences of the womens community through the exchange of
ideas and the use of multiple media. The National Womens Music
Festival offers us the opportunity to learn from one another and to
celebrate our unique strengths and passions.
Call for Volunteers & Workexchange
We are now accepting applications
for Work Exchange and Volunteers. The Festival is a huge undertaking.
It requires many woman-power hours.
To receive a full Festival Pass you need to work a total of 20 hours for the festival.
Call for Community Housing Providers
Are you looking for Community Housing....
... so that you can participate in the 2013 National Women's Music Festival? There are several women in the Madison area that graciouly open their homes so that the festival is more affordable. We need some information from you to make this happen. Please complete the application below.
The National Womens Music Festival is produced
by Women In the Arts, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. The 2013 National
Womens Music Festival the 37th will be held at the Marriott
Madison West, 1313 John Q. Hammons Dr., Middleton, WI 53562, on July 4-7.
For more information, visit wiaonline.org or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are available at BrownPaperTickets.com.
The National Womens Music Festival is a four-day
musical and cultural extravaganza that incorporates all facets of womens
lives. Its a jam-packed long weekend where choices for things to do
range from workshops, concerts, comedy, theatre presentations, a marketplace,
newly released films and videos, a live auction, spirituality series, writers
series and much, much more!
Attendees come from all genders and cultures, cutting across ethnic, racial, sexual, age, and ability boundaries. Likewise, Festival programming reflects many points of view; a diversity of ideas and topics are explored and discussed in a safe environment. Festival is an environment in which philosophies and politics are open for discussion, not mandated or judged.
Mainstage concerts are routinely interpreted for
the deaf. Interpreter services can be provided for workshops and other Festival
events upon request. Volunteer opportunities and work-exchange of four-hour
workshifts is available for reduced-price registration. This is
limited and arrangements must be made prior to the Festival.
Past performers include Cris Williamson, Kate Clinton,
Karen Williams, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Linda Tillery, Jamie Anderson,
Holly Near, the Dance Brigade, Melissa Ferrick, Sawagi Taiko, Ferron, Ellis,
Ember Swift, Betty, and Margie Adam to just mention a few. Guest speakers
have included Geraldine Ferraro, Rita Mae Brown, Col. Margarethe Cammermeyer,
NPR reporter and writer Margot Adler, Katherine V. Forrest, artist Judy
Chicago, Surgeon General Jocelyn Elders, Pat Califia, Betty DeGeneres, Anita
Hill and Judy Goldsmith.
Women in the Arts, Inc.
P.O. Box 1427
Indianapolis, IN 46206