REGENERART aims to promote art and creativity as innovative tools to increase the competences of secondary school teachers and students to re-think gender roles and stereotypes towards a more equal and inclusive society, free of gender-based violence against women and discriminations.

gender equality
through art


Regenerart in the press

HELMo (Haute École Libre Mosane), a college in Liège, Belgium, dedicated its latest Édith to gender, and Regenerart got the sportlight. Édith is a yearly publication of HELMo showcasing projects, initiatives and experiences around a similar subject. The topic of the 2024 issue is Tous du genre humain, and Inforef had the chance to present Regenerart, its purpose, activities, and outcomes. Édith will be available throughout the campuses of HELMo and can be purchased in paper version or downloaded for free on its website.


fair share! Action: International Women's Day, Wednesday, 8th March 2023 at 12 p.m.

On International Women's Day 2023, the Berlin-based action alliance fair share! Visibility for Women Artists invites you to witness symbolic actions on the Spree riverbank in front of the Marie-Elisabeth Lüders Haus. The 7th March ‘Equal Pay Day in Germany sets the theme of this year’s protest.
Unlike other years, when fair share! activists stood in front of national museums in Berlin, in 2023 we are gathering before a site of political decision-making. We demand fair payment for our work, greater visibility and the recognition of women’s potential in the visual arts.

The initiators are available for interviews and additional information.

Press contact:
Alice Münch Tel. 0176 60 855 135
Ines Doleschal Tel. 0151 107 80 603
Rachel Kohn Tel. 0163 79 30 404


Banksy's Valentine's Day

Domestic violence is at the centre of street artist Banksy's latest work, which appeared on the night of 14 February on the occasion of Valentine's Day and can be seen on his Instagram profile. It is called "Valentine's day mascara" and depicts a woman with a swollen face cleaning her home (i.e. her life) of male violence.

It is the artist's homage to true love: that for oneself, first and foremost, for one's freedom and respect. A work dedicated to those who want to be free from fear, because every day is a good day to love oneself.