MARCH 7 | 310 Canal Street, N.Y. from 7 - 8 PM, Meet + Greet to follow
A panel discussion featuring marginalized voices from creative industries.
International Womxn’s Day Event Speak Now. Hear Us. Panel, Exhibition and CelebrationLiberty Hall at ACE HOTELINFO & TICKETS Satellite Art Show for SXSWAustin, TXPRESS
International Womxn’s Day Event
Speak Now. Hear Us. Panel, Exhibition and Celebration
Liberty Hall at ACE HOTEL
INFO & TICKETS
Satellite Art Show for SXSW
... Expect fresh and quirky. Brooklyn artist AnnaLiisa Benston teams up with Susie Magazine for a feminist multisensory installation that includes wearable art objects and live tattooing...”
Cooties sat down for a highly intellectual conversation with Brooklyn based artist AnnaLiisa Benston, who creates her work under the pseudonym Famousonmars.. Benston’s education has allowed her to become a well-spoken, woke, and confident artist. She not only creates awesomely unique and authentic articles of wearable art, but she also creates and curates interactive installations for viewers to engage with in their own way. Having hung out with AnnaLiisa and her awesome kitties, we were blown away by her attention to detail, and the unique quality of the clothes she creates. She then sat with us to chat about the development of her style and aesthetic, her places of inspiration, what she aims to achieve with her art, and what we can do as feminists to promote and practice inclusivity.
Famous on Mars and Susie Mag are each captivating, boundary-pushing female forward entities. Famous on Mars’ AnnaLiisa Ariosa-Benston is an artist and emerging creative icon, renowned for her feminist gear and art objects. ... (both) collaborated to formidable effect for Satellite Art Show...A space for creatives working from the margins ...Famous on Mars & Susie Mag brought an engaging and meaningful multisensory experience for visitors to Satellite Art Show.
SVA Alumni Panel Discussion on March 28th, 2018
SVA Theatres | 333 West 23rd Street New York, NY 10010DETAILS Free and open to the public.
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8382 Melrose Street, Los Angeles
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