IS VIRTUAL …
OUR FALL 2022
1) ACTIVIST ART: VIRTUAL POSTER MAKING WORKSHOP
Address issues effecting you within your community, the nation or across the globe in this 2.5 hour poster making workshop. The workshop begins with a discussion of what makes a good piece of protest art and the evolution and philosophy behind some of Guerrilla Girls / Guerrilla Girls On Tour’s famous posters and street theatre actions. Participants break out into small groups to work collaboratively on creating a new poster. Works-in-progress are presented and the workshop ends with a planning session that walks participants through the process of distributing their ideas. For anyone with a passion for combing activism and art.
2) ACTIVIST ART: How To Rock Your Face Mask: virtual art of activism zoom party.
An interactive presentation detailing how one person can use their creativity to push against the status quo. “HOW TO ROCK YOUR FACE MASK” is an insiders look at what went behind the posters, protests, fax blitzes, speak outs and street theatre actions the Guerrilla Girls used to attack and expose sexism and racism in the art and theatre world and beyond. It includes a step by step guide to the art of collaboration, how to gather stats, generate ideas, fund projects, ensure response and guarantee momentum. It also sheds light on the use of storytelling to weave together the fabric of a movement designed to effect change. 50 minutes.
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UPCOMING LECTURES and WORKSHOPS:
Summer 2022 – Find Your Memoir Workshop with Aphra Behn
ACTIVIST ART: VIRTUAL POSTER MAKING WORKSHOP
NOW BOOKING IN-PERSON and VIRTUAL LECTURES and POSTER MAKING WORKSHOPS.
OUR FALL 2022 tour will include stops in Europe, California, New York and Georgia
Your lecture and workshop inspired our our students to find new ways to have a voice and work for social justice. – Christina Penn-Goetsch, Cornell College
Inspiring, insightful, hilarious and fun – PUSH/PUSHBACK challenged the audience to think about how misogyny and sexism infiltrate the arts and left us with ideas about how we can use activism and art to change the world. – Missoula Art Museum