Nous Tous Presents, I’m Okay, You’re Okay. Organized by @brendymelville. I’m Okay, You’re Okay is a group show opening on the last day of Mental Health Awareness Month- Friday, May 31st at 7 PM. The show is named after the book of a similar name, and focuses on works of diverse mediums through the lens of mental illness. From a 7 foot tall installation piece to beautiful illustrations and a mixed media work, I’m Okay, You’re Okay tells us it’s alright to struggle and push through.
Issue 4 out on June 10, 2019!
BRENDA is a non-profit magazine and collective dedicated to thought-provoking contemporary art and culture from a feminist viewpoint. We aim to talk about real stories that can inspire an open discussion about topics that are too often cast aside as taboo subjects.
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The Los Angeles Commission on the Status of Women and Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Gender Equity Team are partnering to host an art exhibit commemorating Women’s History Month, March 2019. The exhibit will center on the strength of women who have experienced homelessness, domestic violence, and human trafficking through the theme “Shifting Narratives: The Strength of Women Survivors.” The launch of the art exhibit and a special event in recognition of the artists will take place on Friday, March 8, 2019, International Women’s Day.
The goal of the exhibit is to celebrate art that:
Raises awareness of the strength of women survivors of homelessness, domestic violence, and human trafficking;
Draws attention to the intersection of female homelessness, domestic violence, and human trafficking;
Increases public understanding of a survivor’s journey while addressing misleading narratives and perceptions;
Mobilizes support and resources to address the specific needs of survivors and unsheltered women.