Pictured: most of our team of artists at the Milwaukee opening party of MOTHERS OF OUR NATIONS, our 2016-2017 community project. Learn more about it here
In 2015, 25 female artists and poets partnered with another woman in the community to learn about the defining experiences of her life. Each artist then became their partner’s medium, creating original work to share and honor her story. MY SISTER'S STORY — a series of public art and community dialogue events held last March — was the culmination of those partnerships.
MOTHERS OF OUR NATIONS, our 2016-2017 public art project, shines a light on the unique role women play in creating social change and groups of women leading the way in our own communities. Each of our artists has partnered with a local women-led group taking action to improve the world around them and are creating original work to honor them, with the ultimate goal of inspiring other women to be change agents in their own lives and communities.
Work by member artist Nova Czarnecki.
Work by member artist Jasmine Barmore.
Work by memeber artist Rosana Lazcano.
Alverno College commissioned us to create portraits of alumna for the their infamous billboard campaign.
In addition to fine art, we also have experience doing commercial work and live art installations. Contact us for info.
Work by member artist Cynthia Lund Torroll.
Work by member artist Rachel Hughes.
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Work by member artist Miranda Petroviak
Maya Angelou deeply impacted our lives and the lives of many, many others. Her passing inspired us to change our plans for an interactive installation at Bay View Gallery Night at the last minute.
2014 GALLERY OPENING
WELL-BEHAVE WOMEN: JOURNEYS TO FEARLESSNESS
Our 2014 Women's History Month exhibition explored common expectations of women and girls in American culture and what it takes to grow beyond them.