Communicate

How can you communicate with Girl Museum? Check out the variety of ways you can let us know what you think, share your story, and help spread the word about the first and only museum dedicated to celebrating girls.

 

Guest Wall

What do you think of us?  Are there programs you love, or things you would like to see us do? Please feel free to leave a comment on our Guest Wall.

 

Share Your Story

We all have stories to tell and opinions to share.  One of the best ways for you to communicate your story is to contribute to one of our collaborative projects or exhibits, or to submit a guest post for our blog!

Who is your heroine? Was it a relative, friend, teacher, historical figure, or celebrity? How did she inspire you? What did you learn about her?

Share her story and yours by sending us a 300-500 word post, with one image, on who your heroine was when you were a young girl, her story, and why / how she inspired you.  Your entry will be featured in our upcoming Heroines Quilt exhibit, which are published every 2 years.

We are currently accepting entries for our 2020 quilt! Submit your entry via email to share@girlmuseum.org

Why I Game is part of our Gamer Girl exhibit, which explores the history and contemporary culture of girls and women who make and play games.

Share your story by sending us an e-mail with: (1) your name, (2) your country, (3) your answer to the question “Why do you game? How has gaming positively impacted your life?”, and (4) a picture (of yourself, an avatar, or favorite game character).

All contributions are featured in our Why I Game Gallery and on our blog! Submit your entry via email to share@girlmuseum.org

We love to share opinions, stories, and news about girls and the organizations that serve them.

If you would like to be a guest blogger for Girl Museum, let us know.

 

 

Connect with Us

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Also connect with us on our social media channels to start a dialogue about girl culture! Be sure to follow us on FacebookTwitterInstagramPinterestTumblr, or YouTube.

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