Women Against Hate United By Love
Presented By Overture Center

Women Against Hate United By Love

Playhouse Gallery Reception

Wed, Jun 5

Playhouse Gallery: Free


Notices:

All Ages

Sponsors:

Join us for a Playhouse Gallery Reception WED, JUN 5 from 6 PM – 8 PM!

We are women united against hate. We are mothers, sisters, grandmother and caretakers. We are joined together purposely to shine a light, capture attention, and push back against injustice.

A collective effort of artists and activists, “Women Against Hate United by Love” is a platform, an entry point for a female-led anti-hate campaign united against bigotry, intolerance and racism. The creative building blocks for our artwork and messaging are women’s stories—powerful, tough, revealing stories of injustice, tragedy, strength, and amazingly, hope.

This exhibit is part of the

Join LunART Festival June 5-9 for their second season of celebrating women in the arts! This international art festival features engaging and accessible events and concerts in Madison, an educational program for emerging composers, as well as community building events for artists. LunART interweaves art forms throughout events, offering diverse and exciting programming, where creativity is queen!

The Women Against Hate United By Love exhibition would like to give special thanks to The Brico Fund and founding mothers:
Janan Najeeb, Markasa Tucker, Astar Herndon, Christine Neumann-Ortiz, Xela Garcia, Livia Rowell-Ortiz and Kathy Flores, Tammie Xiong, Jacklyn Velasquez, Shantel Carson, Bridget Piggery, Keisha Robinson, Basha Harris, Guadalupe Romero, Freya Nuemann, Maikue Vang, Jane Bartell, Amy Ongiri, Dr. Bola Delano Oriaran, Norys Pina, Dr. Sabrina Robins, Jessica Cavazos, Rabbi Bonnie Margulis, Tracy William-Maclin

Overture Playhouse Gallery is sponsored by Norman Berven & Barbara Mittelstaedt Berven, The Arts Access Fund, a component fund of the Madison Community Foundation, and by contributions to Overture Center for the Arts.

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