The past month in GUERRILLA news: live lectures, taped radio shows and sit down interviews. They go by in the blink of an eye and so we would like to post some of the past month's highlights for your listening and viewing pleasure.In no particular order they are:
ACT LIKE A FEMINIST ARTIST - Aphra Behn's talk coupled with readings from UN/MASKED, Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour was at the New York Society Library in January. View it here:
We had the pleasure of being introduced to two artists from the Blue Scarf Collective - Sarah Klein, a filmaker and painter and Sherry Beth Sacks, a painter.
The Blue Scarf Collective is a very cool collection of artists with this mission:We believe that art can and should be used to promote social justice, change, and empowerment — especially for the disenfranchised. We want to disrupt common misconceptions about feminism. We believe that the act of creating is the act of owning one's own experience. We like to get our hands dirty.
Find the Guerrilla interview with Blue Scarf here:
Early February brought snow to New York City but Rob Watson of RATED LGBT RADIO and his co-host, Bash, on OUT IN SANTA CRUZ warmed our hearts.
LGBT Radio focuses on events impacting the Northern California community while OUT in SANTA CRUZ is a local talk show discussing views from the LGBTQ perspective.
Last but not least here is Margot Cherrid's January interview (in FRENCH) on the tv5Monde feminist page, Terriennes! Les Guerrilla Girls à l’assaut d’un art « sexiste et dominé par les hommes blancs » - TV5MONDE ]
Aphra and Margot in London