On Defining the Self
Found an old paper I wrote for one of my early Art History classes. Thought I might as well share it instead of it lounging forgotten in one of my folders. 1,381 more words
12 hours, 45 minutes
It's time for women to stop being politely angry
Patti Bowman’s piece “Shoelaces to a Gunfight” from our show “Who Did She Think She Was?” that opens this Saturday, August 2nd on the 2nd floor of the Tashiro Kaplan Arts Complex in Seattle!
1 day, 2 hours
Terra Holcomb’s piece “Mine” from our show “Who Did She Think She Was?” that opens this Saturday on the 2nd floor of the Tashiro Kaplan building, 306 S. 7 more words
2 days, 2 hours
Almost exactly 100 years ago Margaret Sanger, the founder of what is now Planned Parenthood, began her crusade for reproductive freedom.
5 days, 18 hours
Lead Paper Ink
By Robert Auberon
Figurative artists often say that hands are the hardest to draw or paint.
When I visited the Sistine Chapel my eye was drawn emphatically towards the famous point where the two hands meet. 330 more words
The Undie Drawer
You’ve probably all realized by now but feminist art is one of my favourite things ever and I’m happy to have more of it to show you guys!
The Squirt Project
A CALL FOR SUPPORT!
Megumi Igarashi, aka Rokudenashiko, was recently arrested by puritanical Japanese authorities for emailing digital template of her genitalia to supporters of her art. 403 more words
2 weeks, 2 days