Fundraiser Exhibition / Call for artists
Women on important positions like mayors, politicians, talk show hosts, writers, musicians, all get a lot of sexist dirt thrown at them.
This. Must. Stop.
So, Nasty Women Amsterdam strikes again with a new smashing art exhibition and fundraiser in Amsterdam. To fight sexism, misogyny, discrimination, racism, to show tolerance and solidarity.
Artists (F/M), donate your work!
- Email your name, address, email, website to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Nasty Women / #teamFemke – your name
- Include a jpg of your artwork (size, medium, title)
- Art must be 30×30 cm max including frame, price €250 max
- All sales will go to charity
- More info: www.nastywomenamsterdam.org
- Exhibition: December 8-15, 2019
- Fundraiser for charity so come and buy!
Op 8 december om 20:00 is het programma I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss. Deze avond luisteren we naar de ervaringen van zichtbare vrouwen uit de politiek, kunst, wetenschap en journalistiek. Een avond met onder andere Stella Bergsma en Tinkebell.
Nasty Women was an anti-Trump fundraiser exhibition in New York when he was elected. He called Hillary Clinton a nasty woman. Nasty Women became an international feminist movement with more than 80 exhibitions/fundraisers worldwide for women’s rights. The Amsterdam 2017 edition in was a huge succes with 184 artists from 27 countries, raising €16.000 for charity. Nasty Women / #teamFemke is a renewed statement, sparked by the sexist press Amsterdam’s mayor Halsema got because of her teenage son.
#teamFemke is supported by (amongst others): TINKEBELL., Airco Caravan, Kim van Keken, Jamila Aanzi, Maaike Vallenduuk, Anita Groenink, Angela Carper, Lola ‘t Hart, Marcella van der Kruk, Marije Lighthart, Matthea de Jong, Natascha van Weezel, Natasja van den Berg and Miriam Hulsmann.