Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Thu, Nov 11: FREE Feminist Art Showcase, Poetry, Music & Dance: Lucid Dreaming: Havest Season for the Soul

Any event where Liz Abzug speaks is guaranteed to be a star-studded gathering, with influential activists from across genres.  For added bonus, Layla's artwork is pleasing to the most discerning critiques.  You do not want to miss this event.

I will attend the following with my husband and fellow NOW-NY-State-Young-Feminist-Task-Force member, Micah Bochart.  Hope you can join us.
http://www.artslant.com/ny/events/show/134024-lucid-dreaming-art?tab=EVENT

Time: Thursday, November 11 · 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Atelier 635 West 42nd Street. New York, New York.
Contact: luciddreamingart@gmail.com

Introduction: by Activist, Mentor and Teacher Liz Abzug www.apbspeakers.com/speaker/liz-abzug
Paintings: by Giorgio Casu. http://www.giorgiocasu.com/
Photography: by Layla Love. www.lovephotography.org
Poetry reading: by Anthony Haden-Guest. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Haden-Guest



TAGS:    installation, digital, photography, conceptual, painting
COST:    Free
 
Dear Artists & Art Lovers,



This is an invitation...
To spark the fires of your dreams...
Step into a world where the lucid dream is in 3D all around you...


In living the life of our dreams we create...
For this exhibition we have created a collection of Portraits of Women Who Dare to Awaken.


Each photograph & painting invokes the magic of these powerful goddess warriors...
This moment & these art-alters  are dedicated to the women who have sparked dreams amongst the collective we have discovered so many jewels of wisdom within their offerings...
This exhibit is a treasure map...
Please come see what you can find between the dancers, the music & the poetry...
We have sweet strawberries & wine to indulge all of your senses.


Harvest season is in full bloom.*
Sincerely,
Jerin Arifa
National NOW Board
National NOW Political Action Committee
National NOW Young Feminist Task Force, Chair
NOW – NYS Young Feminist Task Force, ChairNational Organization for Women (NOW)
Twitter: JerinNOW



The National Organization for Women is the nation's largest organization working to advance women's rights and improve women's lives.

Board Member
Bella Abzug Leadership Institute

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