LYLEX 1.0 Artist in Residence Exhibit by PHILTH HAUS, Photo by Gilda Davidian
Summer Member Event at MOCA, Photo by Gina Clyne
Something In Common Show at LA Public Library, Featuring photos by Salima Allen
FOR CREATIVE WORK:
Toward an intersectional feminist future
BEI 🤖🐰: Thinky Feely Tank #2 – The Many Worldings of BEI
Sunday, May 7, 12–5PM PT
Hosted by The Revolution School
Max Participants: 300
Join our Artists In Residence, The Revolution School and friends for part two of a three-part Thinky Feely Tank (TFT) series. In TFT #2, we will expand our interdisciplinary playground with even more entanglements via our exciting special guests: Nat Decker, K Allado-McDowell, Karen Arcos, Edgar Fabián Frías, Ellen L. Parks, Stacy E. Wood, and Alice Yuan Zhang!
Hey Baby: Highland Park Meet-Up
Saturday, May 13, 10AM–12PM
Hermon Park (Arroyo Seco Park):
5566 Via Marisol, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Hey Baby is meeting in-person at Hermon Park (Arroyo Seco Park)!
HEAL HEAR HERE
Saturday, May 20, 3–7PM
LA State Historic Park:
1245 N. Spring St. LA, CA 90012
Dispersed areas in the park will be activated by 15 performing artists and 15 installation artists, including Community Chorus, creating spaces for social engagement and artistic participation around the themes of recovery and community.
Saturday, April 29, 9PM-Late
Night Gallery North:
2050 Imperial St, LA CA 90021
Sliding scale: $20-$100
We’re raising funds, so please pay what you can!
You’re invited to the official afterparty of the FCCW fundraiser gala! Get your most impressive look together and prepare yourself for a night of dancing and feminist follies.
Fancy Dress for Feminism: A gala benefiting Feminist Center for Creative Work
Saturday, April 29, 2023
After Party 9PM-late
Night Gallery North
2050 Imperial St. LA, CA 90021
We’re incredibly thrilled to invite you to Feminist Center for Creative Work’s first in-person fundraiser since 2019! We’re bringing you a lively evening of festivities and an amazing after party — we can’t wait to see you there in your feminist finest.
FCCW Art Auction 2023
Our 2023 fundraiser art auction features works by over 35 women, trans, and nonbinary artists, and offers you the chance to boost our organization’s mission, while supporting and collecting artists we admire, including Nancy Buchanan, Hayley Barker, Lilian Martinez, Shaina McCoy, and Ohan Breiding.
We’re a non-profit arts and community organization centered around feminist creative practices. Explore our site to learn more about the events, workshops, and groups that you can attend, our publications you can read, and how you can connect us to your own creative work.