The fifth annual SWAN Day is Saturday, March 31st. Always held on the last day of Women’s History Month, SWAN Day is designed to raise the visibility of women artists by bringing the artistic community together to recognize women and by giving young women artists a chance to have their work seen by the public.Cities throughout the world will be celebrating the works of women. Thanks to the coordination of The Georgetown Theatre Company and Women in Film and Video, SWAN (stands for Support Women Artists Now) events will be happening in six Washington, DC locations.Opening Reception (Friday, Mar 30) is at Baked and Wired. The SWAN Day events begin on Saturday at noon and continue through 5pm at these locations: DC Arts Center, Stone Soup Films, Grace Church, National Museum of Women in the Arts and Mellow Mushroom. All SWAN Day events are free.