Amazing cell phone cameras and a desire to capture artful moments in life have turned many of us into picture-taking fiends.
While wonderful, it’s nothing like the all-consuming lenses of women artists featured this month in our WS series – A Lens on the World.
Women like Dorothea Lange and Prisscila Baxter have tackled some of the most challenging issues in history and around the world with their photographic art. This week’s incredible changemaker is no different. Cristina Mittermeier’s work is beautifully arresting, provocative and mind-altering.
WS Week Ahead: Photographer Cristina Mittermeier on Changing Mindsets
Step back in history tomorrow with our WS Art Card which celebrates Anna Atkins, an English botanist and photographer from the 19th century. Anna is considered one of the first people to publish a book using photographic illustrations.
Wednesday’s featured story by talented WomanScape Ambassador and global artist Arica Hilton, highlights Cristina Mittermeier – a coveted National Geographic spokeswomen and photographer. Her career as a biologist morphed into a a career in visual storytelling, using her photographic art. It’s garnered world-wide attention on wildlife conservation.
Arica shares Cristina’s story using her own insightful lens as a successful artist and gallerist representing other leading talents in the art world.
On Friday, tune in to Day 3 of Rose’s 7-day climb of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. Tune in or subscribe to our WS’s YouTube channel every Friday by clicking Here.
Every day is a good day to be a changemaker. Consider donating to a food shelter or supporting neighborhoods in need.
Let’s chat LIVE today – March 22nd @ 12 noon EST to talk about the week ahead, toilet paper and how to survive and thrive COVID-19 with grace. Click HERE to watch.
Unfortunately, production of our upcoming WS FREEDOM issue for April will be delayed due to printing problems but we hope it’s not for too long. Until then, we’ll continue to bring you the same artful stories and challenge you to think beyond mainframe narratives.
And finally, thanks for following WomanScape and contributing to Angel Ava’s Foundation for Rett’s Syndrome. Special thanks to the organizers at Mackenzie Investments who invited me to share our WomanScape story and my Kilimanjaro adventure at their inaugural Women in Coffee and Conversation event .
We pray you remain safe and healthy, and will continue to challenge you to find new purpose and meaning in life through the positive stories of people changing history.
Rose and the WomanScape Team