Here are some installation view from the Gallery 400 group show, Nice Work if You Can Get It. Looks great, don’t it? It’s up until August 9th. (And put our talk—August 7th—on your calendar.)
We’re delighted to be in this great show at Gallery 400 that opened Friday. We’ll be giving a talk on August 7th to be followed by a panel discussion that should be awesome, so keep an eye out for details.
All images from the Valentine’s Day opening of Our Fashion Year and Other Projects at Uri-Eichen by Christopher Urias. In print! Big, on the wall! Actually all also available right here for purchase! Ha ha this is our good friend Maya and her good friend whose name we forgot. […]
Helsinki-area comics creator Aino Sutinen came to Anne Elizabeth Moore’s talk at Helsinki’s Comics Center yesterday, which covered her work in Cambodia, Our Fashion Year, and what she does with the Ladydrawers. Sutinen took these great notes. Read them here, and then read the rest of her comics, too.
We were invited to the Sarjakuvakeskus / Comics Center in Helsinki, Finland, to talk about gender and comics AND to do a workshop on same with some amazing comics creators in and around the greater Helsinki area. What we discovered was pretty interesting: that there are some real areas where folks are very clearly concerned […]
We’re pleased to announce the first of our stateside events in 2014, a February art exhibition devoted to our current Truthout series, Our Fashion Year, at URI-EICHEN gallery in Chicago. Our Fashion Year is a year-long, in-depth series of monthly comics reports on gender and labor concerns throughout the international garment and sex trades. You can read them […]
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 […]
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 […]