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Stop Telling Women To Smile | FILMS FOR ACTION


Stop Telling Women to Smile is an art series by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh. The work attempts to address gender based street harassment by placing drawn portraits of women, composed with captions that speak directly to offenders, outside in public spaces.  50 more words


This year's consuming costume historical film adaptations: Poldark and Wolf Hall

Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell (Wolf Hall 3)

Natasha Little as Elizabeth Wykys Cromwell, Thomas’s wife, who dies of sleeping sickness early in the series… 2,450 more words

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"Balcony scene": morning to evening

Dear friends and readers,

How’s about a little bit of art criticism, poetry and music to start your day:

I put the picture below on facebook under the “rubric:” a touching scene: 917 more words


Singing Smashmouth's "Walking on the Sun"

I look kind of silly, I suppose, but I still like how the song came out.


ellenandjim reblogged this on Under the Sign of Sylvia II and commented:

On this snowed, and iced-in morning Yvette (Izzy) singing and playing on the piano.

Pancakes & Booze Show

I have 3 pieces on the wall upstairs at the Pancakes & Booze Show, tonight at Hawthorne Theater in SE Portland, OR 8pm-close. I will also be doing live art making. 42 more words

Where Have All the #Flowers Gone? No More #Classy

Georgia O’Keeffe, Series I White and Blue Flower Shapes, 1919

In Greek mythology, art and literature, flowers have represented women and female sexuality.  American painter Georgia O’Keeffe is known for her work which many have said look like female genitalia. 735 more words

Valuing the day-to-day experience of women’s art

My name is Sarah Greaves and since 2004 I have looked after the New Hall Art Collection alongside my role as College Administrator. The Collection consists solely of work by women artists and is the most significant collection of its kind in Europe. 457 more words

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