Girls That Create is a Dallas-based online platform that supports the parents and caregivers of creative girls. Through posts on artistic resources, growing skills, empowering environments, healthy development and more, the site exists to nourish future creators and encourage greater female representation across the arts. Its Creator Spotlight Series showcases artists in the fields of film, visual arts, literature, photography, dance and more. Girls That Create strives to maintain a diverse editorial and supports all marginalized genders in the arts. Learn more about the site’s launch here, here, and here.
GTC strongly believes the arts set culture. To address gender imbalances, women must have a seat at decision-making tables as creators and leaders. Girls who have an interest in the arts and humanities must be championed at a young age, much like their sister counterparts in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programs. Female stories are powerful. Told through the arts, they can change our world and play a huge role in humanity evolving to become better.
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Creator Spotlight features interviews with artistic women/girls and showcases their work. If you know an artist you’d like to see spotlighted, email me at erin(at)girlsthatcreate(dot)com.
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