Thursday, December 6, 2018


Poster Making Workshop

Burlington Vermont is located on the shore of Lake Champlain. It is quaint and feels wintery, even in the fall. At the end of October, 2018, the tour of PUSH/PUSHBACK, 9 Steps to Make aDifference with Activism and Art, ended with a bang at the University of Vermont, Burlington and the Fleming MuseumSpecial thanks to Jen Berger for reaching out to Guerrilla Girls On Tour and making this tour happen. Aphra Behn led a workshop at her studio the night before PUSH/PUSHBACK was presented at the Fleming Museum. 30 artists worked away for about three hours, making some bad ass activist art.

Poster Making Workshop

The Fleming Museum was packed for Aphra’s Talk – including artists Leslie Fry and Barbara Zucker. Thanks for the warm welcome, museum director, Janie Cohen. Guerrilla Girls On Tour may have said this before but the Vermont Maple Feminist audience was the best ever – and our personal favorite. 

Vermont Maple Feminists 

Amanda Martino made a great video of the talk. View it here. 

In other news, Aphra Behn made PAGE SIX.  Read her quote below:

At the beginning, people would always ask, ‘Are you saying the work of white men should go away?’People think if everyone has a place at the table, that means white men must disappear . . . This fear mongering that if we promote women, it means we’re not promoting white men — it’s just a fallacy. - Aphra Behn

We are closing out this year by being featured by Surface Magazine’s art issue – on the cover no less!

Surface Magazine Photo Shoot 

2019 is already heating up.  Stay tuned, European feminists, we will kick off our Spring 2019 tour somewhere in your neck of the world.

And PUSH/PUSHBACK, 9 Steps to Make a Difference with Activism and Art is launching as an ebook – hopefully on the eve of the State of the Union address.