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Danyelle and Dionna Gray empower women with Womanish exhibit

Danyelle and Dionna Gray empower women with Womanish exhibit
(Photo courtesy of Danyelle and Dionna Gray)

Sisters Dionna and Danyelle Gray started the Womanish exhibit to share a bigger message with visitors at their selfie museum.

Womanish is an interactive, immersive backdrop experience, providing 16 different rooms in which visitors can snap photos, videos, and create social media highlights. Originating from the Windy City, the duo has brought the installation down south to Miami, hoping to highlight different aspects of womanhood in modern society and bring attention to the continued fight for women’s empowerment.

How did this idea come to be?
Dionna: Danyelle and I were actually working on an app and it literally went nowhere. So we were like, how can we promote this app? Experiential events were on the rise. And so we did some research and took baby steps to see if it was actually feasible for us to do and here we are.

What are you ladies looking to accomplish with your selfie museum?
Danyelle: We love that our exhibit goes beyond being a place to take pictures. Every single room inside the experience means something. They talk about issues affecting women, something that was really important to me and Dionna. We didn’t just want it to be a place where there was no depth or meaning. We really wanted a physical place that celebrates women, connects women, and a place where they can feel welcome. That was really important to us.

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