Help celebrate as we are about to enter Year 10 of Art+Feminism (more on that soon!) by participating in our Year-End Fundraiser today ahead of #GivingTuesday (November 29, 2022). Our goal is to have 15 new recurring donors and sell 100 pieces of swag!
Your contribution to Art+Feminism helps create an internet that reflects diverse global histories of art-making. When cis and trans women, non-binary people, Black, Indigenous, and people of color communities are not represented in the writing and editing of Wikipedia, the tenth-most-visited site in the world, information about people like us gets skewed and misrepresented. The stories get mistold. We lose out on real history.
By supporting the Art + Feminism community, you support a community committed to empowering those who have most often been written out of history to participate in writing (and righting) our stories.
Help us take Collective Action.
Become a Recurring Donor
A donation at any amount that’s meaningful to you is significant to us! A recurring donation allows you to spread the financial impact of your giving across the entire year (and helps lessen acute financial effect). At the same time, Art+Feminism can plan accordingly based on that recurring support. Everyone wins!
Purchase Art+Feminism Swag
The art featured on the t-shirt and sweatshirt options is “Ladies Dabba (2022)” created by Aditi Kulkarni as part of the Call to Action Art Commission (more below). Art+Feminism will receive about $5 for every t-shirt order and about $10 for every sweatshirt order. Order before Dec 1 to get in time for the holidays!
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About the T-shirt/Sweatshirt Design
Ladies Dabba (2022) was designed by Aditi Kulkarni as part of the Call to Action Art Commission.
Kulkarni says, “This piece represents the compartment reserved for women in the Mumbai local trains. It provides a safe space in public transport and bears witness to a diverse group of women of all ages, from different walks of life. There is a sense of familiarity among strangers as they sit or stand shoulder to shoulder and are free to exist without inhibitions given the lack of the male gaze. To journey in this compartment is to experience average everyday interactions between women – both compassionate and harsh. It is a space that is as flawed and gentle as any woman traveling in it. ‘Take Space, Make Space’ hopes for women claiming and thereby creating bigger and healthier spaces for their kind.”