Archive for February, 2013
TLG Magazine Issue#6 drops this week in the UK! Make sure to get your copy. TLG Magazine is theÂ first magazine in the UK to promote underground arts & culture from a female perspective. Support the mag and check out the sneak peak at my latest Toofly interview. Thank you TLG!Share No comments
I’m super excited to head to Lima, Peru next month! I’ve been trying to plan a trip there for some time and luckily this month my ecua-hommie Andres, hooked me up with his homegirl who organizes the Latina America all female street art festival entitled: “NOSOTRAS ESTAMOS EN LA CALLE”, ” WE ARE IN THE STREET” Celebrating Women’s History month for the 5th year in a row. I’ll be reppin’ Ecuador and NY. Special shout out to the ladies who organize this event, looking forward to meeting you all. Gracias amigas!Share No comments
I can’t believe spring is right around the corner! Time to gear up on some new goodies for the shop and prepare for the Ladies Love Project SP/13 Pop-up Shop. I have a few items in production as we speak, and a few that have arrived from wonderful new printers. It’s been a minute since I produced a postcard set. This year I decided to get some of my favorite paintings, illustrations, and walls into a 5PK postcard set. The printing quality is beautiful! The set is now available on my shop for $10.00 Â www.tooflynyc.com/shop They’re going fast! Might have to re-stock soon…
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I recently completed a poster design for the University of Texas at Austin for their upcoming event entitled “ABRIENDO BRECHA“. I was pretty siked to work with them again as well as illustrate and design the piece. It came out pretty fresh! Shout out to Eric Tang who reached out about the project. Working with friends make the process that much more fun. For info on the event see below or click on this link.
February 14-16, 2013 -Â The University of Texas at Austin
Abriendo BrechaÂ (Opening a Path) is an annual conference on activist scholarship held at The University of Texas at Austin. Â This conference brings together artists, community activists, and scholars whose work is directed toward social justice. Our goal is to build a vibrant community supporting research, creative production, performance and teaching that connects the university in sustained collaboration with community-based mobilizations for social change, in Austin and beyond.Â In this sense, we take the Universityâ€™s prominent mottoâ€”â€śWhat Starts Here Changes the Worldâ€ťâ€”quite seriously and literally, giving progressive values of social change an institutional anchor in our training programs.Â We are particularly excited about this yearâ€™s conference, Abriendo Brechaâ€™s tenth anniversary. We have invited nearly 50 alumni of our programs to discuss their distinctive approaches to activist scholarship, and to reflect on their experiences carrying on these efforts throughout the hemisphere, both inside and outside the academy.Share No comments