On 13th of July 2018, State Secretary of Baden-Württemberg Theresa Schopper and Deputy Mayor of Ulm Iris Mann opened the exhibition on DANUBE WOMEN STORIES, complemented by the stylish ambience of the Museum of Ulm and the pleasant setting of the International Danube Festival.
DANUBE WOMEN STORIES – women personalities along the river Danube!
During the International Danube Festival the Museum of Ulm is presenting a selection of photos, drawings and texts from the project “Danube Women City Guide”.
The Road Trip Project is a European travel experience taking eight individuals on four routes across the continent between Spring and Summer 2018. Along the way, they meet locals and discover projects that change people’s lives for the better.
It was amazing.
The first “Stationentheater – it’s a women’s world in Neulengbach” (located in the Wienerwald region) has taken off brilliantly – citizen’s involvement, engagement and interest were unexpectedly high. The initiative had been launched by city councillor Maria Rigler, who wanted to make women more visible in history, achievements and societal changes of her hometown.
Alternative city tours on women’s issues
At a cultural conference within the framework of the EU Danube Region Strategy called CultPlatForm_21, the publisher of the magazine danube connects, which appears in Ulm, has presented a new project.
Ich bin der Einladung der Frauen aus Neulengbach bei St. Pölten gefolgt, um ihr Projekt „Frauenwelten“ kennen zu lernen.
The next day of our meeting the participants of Danube Women Stories took a trip on the beautiful Danube from Vienna to Bratislava. We were sitting in the captain’s cabin and we could continue our exciting brainstorming…
New participants joined us: Petra UNGER, a fantastic guide of feminist tours in Vienna and…