Film: Girls Rock! The Movie

Watch a screening about Rock ’n’ Roll Camp, where girls ages 8–18 form bands, write songs, and perform in front of a 750-member audience.

“The act of picking up a guitar and making some noise becomes a life-changing experience in ‘Girls Rock!’ ...every girl between the ages of 8 and 18 should be required to check it out.”—Chicago Sun-Times

While exploring how to be rockers in Portland, Oregon, campers learn to appreciate that “it is 100% okay to be exactly who you are.” Instructors and musicians, such as Carrie Brownstein from band Sleater-Kinney, lead various lessons of empowerment from self-defense to anger management.

After the screening, stick around for a Q&A with staff from Girls Rock! DC.

Directed by Arne Johnson and Shane King (2008, 90 min.). This film is rated PG. Presented in conjunction with Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power.


Girls Rock! The Trailer

Education programming for Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power is made possible by an anonymous donor, Cigna, and the Carstens Family Fund with additional funding provided by the Massachusetts State Committee of NMWA and the New Mexico State Committee of NMWA. Further support is provided by Washington Marriott at Metro Center.

National Museum of Women in the Arts