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Women's Collaborative Art + Community

The Waitresses
The All City Waitress Marching Band, created by Jerri Allyn, Leslie Belt, and Chutney Gunderson. The Doodah Parade, Pasadena, CA, December 1979.  Photo credit: Rebecca Villasenor.

On view through August 4, 2008.
The Bronx Museum of the Arts.

Making It Together explores an important chapter in recent history when women artists, inspired by the 1970s Feminist Movement, worked collectively in new ways to engage communities and address social  issues.  Guest-curator: CAREY LOVELACE.

The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY  10456
T: 718.681.6000  |  www.bronxmuseum.org

Museum Hours:  Saturday through Monday, & Thursday: noon-6pm
Friday: Noon-8pm | Tuesday & Wednesday: Closed

Suggested Admission:
  $5 Adults / $3 Students
Free for Members & Children Under 12

Directions: Train:
  D or B to 167 St/Grand Concourse; 
or the 4 to 161 St/Yankee Stadium.

Exhibition opening, March 2, 2008...
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Collaboration & Contemporary Feminist Practice

Collaboration & Contemporary Feminist Practice. A Panel Discussion. Sunday, March 2, 2008. The Bronx Museum of the Arts. Participants: Wendy Babcox (6+), Tiffany Ludwig and Renée Piechocki (Two Girls Working), Uzma Z. Rizvi (Rasa Theatre, Visible Collective), Emily Roysdon (LTTR), Faith Wilding (SubRosa), and exhibition curator Carey Lovelace.  Moderator: Amy Mackie, New Museum of Contemporary Art.  

Making It Together

Saturday, May 17, 2008, 12 to 6pm
Performance Day:  Contemporary Collectives Do Outrageous Work!
Featuring The Brainstormers (in collaboration with the Guerrilla Girls), Cristal Brown & InSpirit, 6+, Ridykeulous, Guerilla Girls Broadband, Spiderwoman Theatre, and The Waitresses. In sites throughout the museum.


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