Co-organized by local artists Nicole Hulstein and Jacquline Smith; this is a sister exhibit of the Nasty Women Exhibition in NYC.
This one night only, pop-up group exhibition serves to demonstrate solidarity among artists who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, LGBTQ+ rights, immigrant rights, and abortion rights. It also serves as a fundraiser to support organizations defending these rights and to be a platform for organization in response to the Trump Presidential Inauguration in January.
This event is a call to arms/benefit show. 100% of the proceeds from artwork sold will benefit Voices of Hope.
This exhibit is entirely inclusive. We welcome patrons of all ages*, races, religions, sexual orientations, gender or non-gender identifications, economic backgrounds, immigrants and non-immigrants to join us.
Day of Show
6pm Doors open/ interactive protest-art making booth until 8pm
8pm Short films/ videos
9pm live music/performances
Participating visual artists:
Jacquline Smith Nicole Hulstein Ang
Elspeth Hunnicutt Savannah Savick Ann Osborne
Dorothy Tuma Sandra Holmes Jacqueline McLane
Jenny Marie Rev. Maya Ravensong
Airco Caravan Katina Bitiscas Heather Whittlesey
Stacy Lynn Stark
*Children are welcome, but parents are encouraged to use their discretion. Some content will be explicit, graphic, and controversial in nature.