The San Diego Nasty Women Art Exhibition is in full swing now.
Join us in celebrating!
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Pamela Underwood’s multi-dimensional piece, “Reliquary to Mother Love”, along with other artists’ visuals regarding the Nasty Women project, will be shown.
There are a few new and a few remaining artworks ranging from $30-$300 and 100% of the sale will go to Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest, San Diego LGBT Community Center, or La Maestra Community Health Centers. Music by DJ Betty Bangs, beer from Mission Brewery, kid zone, buttons, more totes, and a chance for on the spot postcard activism. The Exhibition raised $14000 at the opening reception!
The San Diego Art Exhibition is a branch of the Nasty Women Exhibition that started in New York. The same nasty women that participated in these exhibitions were the same that marched around the United States to express their disagreement with Trump’s views on women’s rights.
It is not so much the walking and art that sends the message, but the efforts put in behind the two. It is the consistent voice of opposition and the passion behind every footstep and every artistic piece that send the message across the nation that women will receive the rights, every right, they deserve.
If you’re one of the nasty women that refuse to back down from losing those rights, try to stop in to the exhibition by next Saturday.
If you can make your way into the art exhibit to help convey the message to President Trump that women’s rights are to only grow, not shrink.
But just a warning, only nasty women (and all supportive peoples) can be found at this art exhibit!