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CAPTURED: People in Prison Drawing People Who Should Be
we asked people in prison to paint or draw people we felt should be in prison–the CEOs of companies destroying our environment, economy, and society.

Here are the results. Click on the images to see the crimes committed by both the companies and the artists.

We present this project to help expose crimes masquerading as commerce.
CEO  corporations  crime  portrait  prison  artists 
7 weeks ago by Quercki
A Guide to San Francisco Murals and the Artists Who Make Them | KQED Pop | KQED Arts
San Francisco isn't just one of the most colorful cities in the country, it has some of the greatest public art and murals in the world. There are a wealth of local artists who regularly pay homage to the city and its disparate neighborhoods, but certain aesthetic threads run throughout, thanks to the most prolific local artists. What follows is a guide to who's making what, and treasure maps to locate each individual's current public works.
murals  SF  artists  map 
february 2019 by Quercki
Meet the Oakland 14-Year-Old Cartooning the Resistance | KQED Arts
Fourteen-year-old Oakland 8th-grader Quinn Nelson was one of over 1,000 artists who submitted work — and the youngest to have her drawing printed in the collection. Not bad for her second political cartoon ever. But then her first, a heart-wrenching drawing of two girls — one born in the U.S., the other in Syria — won The New York Times’ 2016 editorial cartoon contest.
resist  art  Oakland  child  artists  Trump 
december 2017 by Quercki
Want to Raise a Trail-Blazing Daughter? Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Says Do These 7 Things | Inc.com
Female Artists in History shared their photo.
16 hrs ·
Do you have any idea how many albums Female Artists in History has? Find out yourself and discovery your favourite artists in a different way!
This is the link to the ALBUM OVERVIEW:
women  art  artists  female  *** 
july 2017 by Quercki
(28) Female Artists in History - Photos
Female Artists in History shared their photo.
16 hrs ·
Do you have any idea how many albums Female Artists in History has? Find out yourself and discovery your favourite artists in a different way!
This is the link to the ALBUM OVERVIEW:
women  art  artists  female 
july 2017 by Quercki
Progressive Majority Creative Network - Hali Hammer
Posted on January 30, 2017 by halihammer
Are you an activist performer? Then join our network of performers and welcome to your website! Those with existing websites can link to it on your page on our network, and those without a website will now have somewhere to post their work.

The purpose of this site is to provide a place where activist musicians, performance artists, comedians and those from any other genre can promote their political material. Our hope is that performers will be made aware of and contact each other, and that those looking for performers for various causes will have an easy way to contact them.
political  songs  artists 
march 2017 by Quercki
Barbara Yoshida - Women Artists Portraits
List of Women Artists Photographed

Alvarez, Candida
Anker, Suzanne
Ball, Lillian
Benglis, Lynda
Berti, Sara
Bing, Xu
Blum, Sydney
Bourgeois, Louise
Camp, Sokari Douglas
Cateura, Patty
Cheng, Emily
Chicago, Judy
Churi, Maya
Cohen, Amy
Coyne, Petah
Crichton, E. G.
Cyphers, Peggy
Denes, Agnes
Deskur, Marta
Dingle, Kim
Drammeh, Jainabou Tunkara
Duffy, Rita
Edelson, Mary Beth
Fabara, Sandra (“Lady Pink”)
Fish, Janet
Frank, Regina
Girouard, Tina
Gonzales, Barbara
Graves, Nancy
Grossman, Nancy
Hanrahan, Jerelyn
Hassinger, Maren
Heilmann, Mary
Holzer, Jenny
Jarju, Tigida
Jaudon, Valerie
Joelson, Suzanne
Kass, Deborah
Keller, Germaine
Kemenesi, Zsuzsanna
Lachowicz, Rachel
Laramée, Eve Andrée
Lemieux, Annette
Lidrbauch, Chris
Li-lan
Livingston, Jacqueline
Lorenz, Hilary
McCarthy, Kathleen
Merz, Katherine
Miller, Wendy Franklund
Minter, Marilyn
Murray, Elizabeth
Nebeska, Eva
Parke, Melanie
Pepper, Beverly
Pindell, Howardena
Pondick, Rona
Rivera, Sophie
Rockburne, Dorothea
Ryan, Veronica
Saar, Betye
Saitoh, Minako
Schloss, Arleen
Schneemann, Carolee
Schuleit, Anna
Semmel, Joan
Shona-Hah
Sidibeh, Malado Camara
Silas, Susan
Silveira, Regina
Simqu, M. K.
Skoglund, Sandy
Smith, Kiki
Spero, Nancy
Stathacos, Chrysanne
Sterne, Hedda
Stuart, Michelle
Stuart-Hunt, Rella
Sun, May
Takaezu, Toshiko
Touray, Tako
Vogt, Allie
Waltemath, Joan
Westerlund, Mia
Wilke, Hannah
Winsor, Jackie
Zahaykevich, Tamara
Zebrowska, Alicja

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women  art  artists  photos 
february 2015 by Quercki
Photographer Captures 100 Female Artists In Their Homes And Studios
A great portrait is more than just a frozen reflection of the subject's appearance. It's a chance moment, blanketed in natural light, in which the subject's authentic self is visible in her expression, her stance, her aura. A great portrait blurs the line between a subject and her surroundings, all contributing equally to the overall impression of a singular human being.

Photographer Barbara Yoshida captured not one great portrait, but 100. And to make it all the more glorious, her subjects are all female artists, groundbreaking in their own right.
women  art  artists  photos 
february 2015 by Quercki

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