Heroines of the Ameican Revolution: QUILT VIII

Heroines of the American Revolution: Quilt VIII   Every even year, Girl Museum celebrates Women’s History Month by presenting an exhibition of quilt squares that come together to make a patchwork of girls and women heroines contributed by our community....

Queerness and Girlhood

There is something queer about being a little girl. Certainly there is much expected of girlhood, but one of its most interesting spaces is that of secrecy, of what it looks like for girls to share space without needing to perform. As we break down understandings of...

Girlhood is a Spectrum


We are pleased to announce an open call for writers and visual artists to contribute to a new exhibition— Girlhood Is a Spectrum.
We invite you to speak on the girlhood flux in the language of poetry, prose, or images. It is up to you how to interpret the theme.

Metis at Mackinac

Through their multicultural identity, metis girls forged a path that blurred cultural and gender norms while granting them agency in a time when girls had few such opportunities. Yet their stories have largely remained silent. At Mackinac, they are finally coming to light.

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