The Real Women Project

| September 29, 2000

The Real Women Project,
This innovative multimedia art project centers around a series of 13 bronze sculptures 'that unveils and celebrates the diverse beauty of women.' The site features images of the bronze figures depicts a group of women of all shapes, sizes, and ages -- from two to 75 -- created by San Diego sculptor T.J. Dixon, accompanied by poetry, music, video and stories designed to promote dialogue and education on women's health issues. Sponsored by the non-profit Athena Foundation and funded by The Centers for Disease Control and National Institutes of Health, the Real Women Project is taking its sculptures on the road. The bronze figures will be featured art pieces in 'The Changing Face of Women's Health,' a five year traveling exhibit for the National Sciences Consortium, a group of nine science museums. -- AL
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