Artwalk is an arts festival that transforms Birmingham's loft neighborhood into an arts district, featuring the work of more than 100 visual artists, live musicians, street performers, food and drink vendors, and children's activities. The event is free to the public and in the last three years has become a much anticipated fall event drawing visitors from all over to downtown Birmingham. For the past two years, more than 10,000 people walked the streets of downtown during the two-day event.
Join us after dark for the 14th season of Birmingham’s most popular summer series Art On The Rocks presented by Dale’s Seasoning. Featuring musical guests The Suffers, Seratones, and Tank and the Bangas, Art On The Rocks brings three Friday nights of entertainment to downtown Birmingham with artist collaborations, interactive performances, food, cocktails, and more!
Interactive Mural by Blank Space Bham: They’ve painted the town, and now they’re hitting the BMA to get your help with their latest mural. Pick up a paint brush alongside acclaimed local artist Erin Mitchell for this creative community collaboration.
Planned Parenthood is having a really cool event this Thursday, at Sleek Sports Bar at 7 PM (BIRMINGHAM, AL)
We will also have Erin Mitchell, a Birmingham native an artist, who will be live-painting our entire event. Afterward, we'll take that painting and deliver it to Doug Jones' office to remind him to #StandUpForWomen! We're really excited about it, so please come join us!
RSVP at the link
Calling all BGWP in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area! We are having our first BGWP Meetup here in DC! Join us on Sunday, April 29th 2018 for brunch at Smith Public Trust (a 5 min walk from the Brookland-CUA metro station on the Red line)! Get to know your fellow BGWPs in the area and enjoy some great company and equally great food/drinks! No pressure just good times! Entrance is free but we will need a headcount so please RSVP asap! Our only request is that you wear your BGWP apparel in style to brunch! :)
Any questions? Feel free to email us at BGWP@weareblackgirlswhopaint.com !
Red Dot campaign's mission is to spread awareness on menstrual health and to teach society to embrace it through artistic endeavors. They work to humanize the period and I'll be showcasing some #periodpositive work at their show in NYC! Click the link to learn more about Red Dot Campaign.
I'm teaming up with author, Ashley Ray Harris, to bring you THE BADASS BLACK WOMEN'S HISTORY BOOK! The book will spotlight lesser known black heroines from the first black female filmmakers to the first black woman to run for President (hint: It's not Shirley Chisholm), This book is meant to inspire people to look beyond the typical black women they learned about in school. I'm excited to be illustrating for this project and cant wait to see it come to fruition but we need your help! Click/share the link below to help support!
Keep a lookout for the book Fall 2017
The Party Noire Collective in collaboration with The Corner Series will be curating an amazing lineup of femme artists celebration for the month of March at The Promontory. There will be a lineup of up and coming performers as well as local vendors. I'll be selling my work so be there to snag a Black Girl Power painting!
In celebration of National Women's History month, YO:U Salon will be showcasing work of local female Chicago artists. Work will be displayed throughout the month of March with a grand opening exhibit on Saturday, March 25th. So stop in and check out my work :)