We have several new, exciting updates to share with you, including our next meeting's date and time, reflected in the graphic above. We'll be at The Station North Chicken Box on the 19th of this month to finish up our Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives for TFAP-B. As always, we'll have snacks if you bring your good ideas!
I am pleased to announce that TFAP-B has recently started several new programs!
A Baltimore Minute
We kicked off this new interview feature on our website with artist, Annie Boisvert. Annie recently helped us to create a quiet room at The Monument Quilt HQ and so we decided we'd like to know a little bit more about her! You can check out our first interview in this ongoing series here.
Call for Wordsmiths - @FeministHaiku
Good news, The Feminist Art Project - Baltimore has recently scored the awesome twitter handle @FeministHaiku (along with our @TFAPbmore handle, which you should check out and follow, by the way)! Here's where you come in: Along with our regular content creators, we'd like to hear what you have to say as well, in a topical 140 characters or less. Write us a haiku about your daily experiences, what frustrates you, and what you love about being a feminist. We'll repost for you if you are not on twitter, or retweet if you are. Simply tweet, or send us any haikus (3 lines: 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables) to email@example.com with the heading "Haiku". Let's take on twitter, feminists! Your words and actions will be well-received!
TFAP-B on Instagram
You may now follow our adventures pictorially at this link: http://instagram.com/
TFAP-B Exhibitions email
That's right, we have a new, separate email for those of you who really like to write exhibition proposals and apply for shows. If you are an artist or curator with a proposal or partnership for us, OR you are looking for help and support with your feminist art vision, please contact Allison Gulick, our Exhibitions Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Minute Plug - go see this!
TFAP-B Programming Committee member, Stephen Towns will be exhibiting his solo show, co|patriot at Hood College with a reception this evening. More information on the exhibition is located here.
Now that's progress! Hope to see you at our monthly meeting on the 19th!
Shana R. Goetsch