It has become a tradition for the International Euro Photo Art Association (AIEFA) to celebrate International Women's Day, with an international exhibition of photographic art. This was also the case this year, when in the "Euro Photo Art" Gallery, FIAP Exhibition Center Oradea - Romania were installed 108 black-and-white and color photographs made by 57 woman photographers, active in the 54 AIEFA Partner Organizations from Europe, Asia and the Middle East. In this context the visiting public can admire a series of exceptional photographs taken by the woman photographers from: Saudi Arabia, Czech Republic, China, Egypt, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Serbia, Slovakia, Singapore, Oman, Slovakia, Russia, Romania , Ukraine and Hungary. The international exhibition presents the way in which the photographers saw and surprised their colleagues from Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Venezuela, Tibet, Nepal or even South Africa. In the exhibited photos the visiting public will be able to admire the special artistic message of the exhibits from which he will be able to understand the rolewomen around the world have: woman, mother, sister or grandmother in equal measure. The opening of the exhibition, organized under the auspicies of the International Federation of Photographic Art (Recognized by UNESCO) took place in the presence of a large public, on Sunday, March 08, 2020, at 11:00 am in the well-known Gallery in Oradea, Square 1 December no. 12. The audience present at the opening was welcomed by the photographer artist Stefan Tóth István AFIAP the president of the International Association "Euro Foto Art" and the director of the FIAP Exhibition Center Oradea - Romania, which offered to the women arriving at the opening a bouquet of snowdrops. The exhibits and the role of women in society were praised by lady Elisabeta Pop, writer and literary critic, UNITER member, who recited the poetry of an unknown child, addressed to his mother. The musical moments were provided by the students of the Oradea Art High School. Photographer artist Fórián Andrea, member of AIEFA performed the poem "Én hívlak élni" (I invite you to live) by the poet Dsida Jenő, accompanied by the artist Thurzó Sándor József (viola) representing the "Duo Varadiensis" band. For the first time, the public present at the opening was invited to nominate the photo that they consider the most successful in the exhibition. The most favored was the photo of the artist from China, Liu Xiaoling entitled "Nepalese girls" Exhibition number 580 organized in partnership with the County Library "Georghe Șincai" and the Photographic Club "Nufărul" Oradea will remain open for public until April 9 2020, on weekdays between 08:00 - 19:00, and the access is free of charge.