The curator and the photographer

The Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum is proudly hosting the exhibition We Are Mary Jane: Women of Cannabis until September 23rd 2018. In these video interviews, Sensi Seeds spoke with the exhibition curator Simone Badoux and photographer Maria Cavali about their influences, experiences, and explorations as women in the world of cannabis.

Simone Badoux has been working for the Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum since the beginning of 2017 in the role of Assistant Manager. She has co-curated the exhibitions ‘The Pope Smokes Dope’ and ‘Cannabis Cuisine’, which were successes in both Amsterdam and Barcelona, and which also appeared at festivals in Spain and the Netherlands.

Simone is responsible for the initial concept of ‘We Are Mary Jane: Women of Cannabis’, the first exhibition at the museum to highlight women at the forefront of cannabis culture.

It comes during one of the most exciting times for women’s emancipation: the fourth wave of feminism, a movement powered by a focus on justice for women, enriched by the inclusion of gender nonconformity, and utilising the previously unavailable communication channels of social media to…

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