Anne Elizabeth Moore will be repping our current project for Truthout, Our Fashion Year, hard in the UK this week in two public lectures, one in Newcastle on November 27 and the other in London at the Victoria & Albert Museum on November 29.
With apologies to those of us who possess penises, whether bodily affixed or no, the Ladydrawers of Chicago, Illinois are pleased to announce a new series of strips with Bitch Media, an exciting addition to our ever-expanding mini-media conglomeratelette called Don’t Be a Dick: The Ladydrawers on Comics Sales. Even more exciting (if you are a big geek, […]
Since shortly after I started doing it a little over three years ago, I’ve been kicking around the idea of turning the Ladydrawers strip on Truthout into an in-depth series of reports on labor throughout the international garment trade, based partially on my experiences reporting on the Cambodian garment trade for the same publication. Now—as […]
We’ve announced it in various forums already, but in case you missed the news, the Ladydrawers strip has been renewed for a third “season” on Truthout (links to the right), which means that, over the next year, you’ll continue to find amazing comics journalism on the site from brilliant but underpublished creators on the second […]
Please click here to view 101 Things You Definitely Do Not Know About Comics, a silent film by Danielle Chenette, Anne Elizabeth Moore, and The Ladydrawers, presented in a somewhat truncated and very experimental —possibly even unsuccessful!—form at the Museum of Contemporary Art on July 27, 2013.
Our first workshop, Drawing out the History of Riot Grrrl Press with May Sumer Farnsworth, Jamie Davida Lee, and Fran Syass, was held opening weekend, on June 29. Participants initiated a series of verbal and image-based queries that will prompt reflection from Riot Grrrl Press participants, aiming to rewrite a history gotten wrong by […]
Thanks to the Chicago Reader, who wrote up a preview of SEX. MONEY. RACE. GENDER. The Ladydrawers (of Chicago, Ill.) last week. Essentially any stereotype, loophole, prejudice, economic condition, or unwritten rule that can inhibit someone from joining the cultural conversation because of their gender, sexual orientation, race, or economic status is in their line […]
Last week’s opening was—well, as you can see above—amazing. (Elizabeth White’s Labor: What We’ve Done for Money and Polly Yale’s, Danielle Chenette’s, Sara Bell, and Elliott Junkyard’s collaborative Wall of Infinite Variables visible above.) With three ongoing projects, four performance works, two collaborative installations, and a band, there was definitely enough to do. (Over […]
Somehow we lucked out—well, we know how we lucked out, the A+D staff made it happen for us—and got Joyce Rice (who works at Columbia, and also Symbolia) as a poster designer for SEX. MONEY. RACE. GENDER. The Ladydrawers (of Chicago, Ill.). Check out this detail, in particular: You see what’s going on there? Cats. And […]