OAKLAND: Feminine Architecture

FEAT. Haley Golden, Nora Lowinsky

At its foundation Feminine Architecture celebrates the collective voices and visions of female artists, urging for the creation of a loving, empowering and supportive sisterhood within the arts.

NYC: Concert for America: Stand Up, Sing Out!

FEAT. Sharon Gless, Andrea Martin, Bebe Neuwirth, Rosie O’Donnell, Rosie Perez, Lillias White, Judy Gold, Caroline Rhea, Stephanie Mills, Charles Busch, Chita Rivera, Kelli O’Hara, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Betty Buckley, Jessie Mueller, Billy Porter + more

A star-studded benefit concert highlighting the diversity and hope that is America at its best.

NYC: Dispatch Party

On January 20, countless organizations and groups throughout the U.S. are coming together to mark the inauguration of the 45th American President with demands for renewed commitment to the diversity of cultural, political and social values in the U.S. 

NYC: Sign of the Times: Sign Making in Solidarity

FEAT. Shoestring PressMobile Print Power, Paul John, EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, Counter Type (Annica Lydenberg and Arianna Orland), Sarah Gottesdiener, Marisa Jahn, Gregory Sholette, Jeff Warren and Caroline Woolard

In solidarity with the J20 General Strike, and in preparation for the January 21 marches in New York, DC, and elsewhere, Queens Museum will close for the day to host an afternoon for the production of signs, posters, banners, and buttons in preparation for upcoming marches and actions. 

NYC: SANCTUARY Presents The Inaugural Ball + more

FEAT. Molly Pope, Alison Fraser, Ikechukwu Ufomadu, Joel Kim Booster, Drew Brody, Tova Katz, Maybe Burke, Siren and more

Can't make it to DC for the March? Don't hide under your bed, come to the SANCTUARY Inaugural Ball and join us in celebration of the values we refuse to let America turn its back on.

LA: Fight the Power: Inauguration Night at Cinefamily

FEAT. Honey PowerLost & Found Film Club

Come gather with us post-inauguration, on the eve of the historic Women’s March on Washington, to revel in the spirit of radical resistance. We’ll kick off the night with a special Cinefamily original Fight the Power mixtape compilation of great moments of protest cinema and then follow with a special selection of rare, subversive, and wildly inventive 16mm protest films from the 60s to the 90s, curated by Lost & Found Film Club.

 

DC: Peace Ball - Voices of Hope and Resistance

FEAT. Angela Davis, Alice Walker, Danny Glover, Van Jones, Solange, Melissa Harris-Perry, Naomi Klein, Esperanza Spalding, Amy Goodman, José Andrés, Eve Ensler, and more

The 2017 Peace Ball: Voices of Hope and Resistance is an A5:J5 event that includes food, open bar, live music, and dancing. 

NYC: Musicians Against Fascism

FEAT. Claudia AcuñaFabian Almazan, Lakecia Benjamin, Johnathan Blake, Tom Chapin, Stephan CrumpPeter EvansTomas FujiwaraMary HalvorsonVijay IyerDaryl JohnsAmirtha KidambiLevy LorenzoRudresh Mahanthappa, Pedrito Martinez, Camila Meza, Roy Nathanson and The Jazz PassengersArturo O'FarrillWilliam ParkerMatthew ShippJen ShyuSomiThe Westerlies + more

To inspire and propel efforts of people throughout this nation and world to remedy this terrible moment for humanity, we ask that you join us at Symphony Space. 

NEWARK: GRAB BACK - PES Feminist Incubator Space

FEAT. Angela Fraleigh, Michele Pred

GRAB BACK: Feminist Incubator Space is an impromptu series of short-term residencies, happenings, conversations, performances, and public discourses focusing on the empowerment and freedom of women. Prompted by mainstream attention to what has become an normalized climate of hyper-misogyny, rape-culture, and dehumanization of women, GRAB BACK is a means of cultivating productive and critical intersectional dialogue and response to a violence against humanity.

 

COLORADO SPRINGS: The Black Power Tarot

FEAT. Arish Ahmad Khan aka King Khan, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Michael Eaton

The deck was created by Khan and includes likenesses of 26 prominent African Americans who he felt followed the proper path of illumination despite the hardships and racism of their times, including 22 musicians, two magicians, one comedian, and one activist. 

NYC: UPRISE / ANGRY WOMEN

Curated by Indira Cesarine

The Untitled Space gallery is pleased to present exhibition, UPRISE / ANGRY WOMEN, featuring the work of female contemporary artists responding to the current social and political climate in America in light of the recent presidential election.