An excellent conversation.

The Pussy Hat – an ongoing conversation… https://www.pussyhatproject.com/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/new-yorker-womens-march-cover_us_588fb495e4b0522c7d3c640e http://time.com/4649891/protest-donald-trump/   https://www.pussyhatproject.com/

‘It is proper to speak the truth’

My supervisor frequently reminds me to own the many realities of my current situation, and to not take for granted the work/art that goes into making a home and a life (the art of homelife?)… I am/do – try/ing – each day. So many different things occur in every family in the run of aContinue reading “‘It is proper to speak the truth’”

Sweet marmalade/sweater..

(…thinking about ‘affect’, what it is when it happens – and the colour of marmalade.) Today I also discovered and fell in love with this beautiful, messy, long-form, poem by Canadian poet ‘Alasia’… Alasia Canadian (1997- ) Sep 13, 2016 Star Marmalade Good people and bad things run through meadows and storms hand in hand, theContinue reading “Sweet marmalade/sweater..”

Feminist Art Conference – Toronto

More details to come on this work, but here are a few highlights from last evening’s opening at the Ontario College of Art and Design, of FAC2017!   (*And a few images from the Art Gallery of Ontario yesterday afternoon.)

Feminist Art Conference here we come!

This weekend the Feminist Art Conference will be held in Toronto Ontario Canada, and I am happy to be able to report that ~ THE GYNOCRATIC ART GALLERY WILL be there! My mum has been helping me with our GAG-fortune cookies, which will be available free to those at the conference. We hope that you’ll come pickContinue reading “Feminist Art Conference here we come!”

Making traditions

Many of you responded so warmly to the quote that I shared yesterday from author Rebecca Parker Payne’s essay from 2012 that I have transcribed it here for you in its entirety.  Making a tribe by Rebecca Parker Payne (The following essay has been retyped, and appears unedited as it first appeared in Kinfolk magazineContinue reading “Making traditions”