801 Creative Women Grant Announcement

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801 Creative Women is commissioning a temporary art piece
In a world where there seems to be less and less control, we want to give you the power. The final product can be based in the visual or performing arts and will be performed/exhibited in January, 2020 at our winter event. All disciplines are welcome and collaborations are highly encouraged. All creators must identify as female.

Winner/s will be awarded $1500 toward the creation of the piece.

How to Apply:

Present your piece on a double-sided 8×8 page:

Front should include a description of your proposal – written or illustrated (the entries will all be displayed at a future event, so keep that in mind when creating)

Back of page should include artist name/s, contact info (email and phone number), short description and name of piece. (Font cannot be smaller than 8 point, we must be able to read your proposal!)

All proposals must be received by July 31, 2019
Proposals can be mailed or delivered to: 
300 N. State Street, SLC, UT 84114,
Attn: Virginia Pearce
or emailed to info@801creativewomen.com

Questions: info@801creativewomen.com

UNLADYLIKE2020: A Night Of Innovative Media Featuring Utah’s Female Heroes

UNLADYLIKE2020 is an innovative multimedia series featuring extraordinary, unsung women who changed America at the turn of the 20th century, launching in 2020 in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, and the 150th anniversary of Utah women’s suffrage.

Come see this research presentation on Martha Hughes Cannon and Zitkala-Ša, two women who had tremendous impact on Utah and U.S. history, and a sneak peek screening of the first episode of the multimedia series.

Date: Monday, April 22, at 7:00 pm
Location: Salt Lake City Public Library Auditorium, 210 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, UT

Purchase tickets for the event HERE

UNLADYLIKE2020 presents the rich history of 26 American women, of very diverse professional and historical experiences, geographical, racial-ethnic, and class backgrounds, sexual orientation and gender identities. The series will include: the first woman to found a hospital on a Native American reservation, serve in the U.S. Congress, become a bank president, earn an international pilot’s license, climb the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere, sing opera at Carnegie Hall, and direct a feature-length movie, among others.  

Set to launch in 2020, the series will be released digitally on a weekly basis from March 1, the start of Women’s History Month, to August 26, 2020, to commemorate the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote, and the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act. Designed to appeal to youth, history enthusiasts, biography buffs, and those interested in women’s issues and women’s stories, UNLADYLIKE2020 will be accompanied by a vibrant social media campaign, educational curriculum in schools and universities, and community screenings and engagement events across the United States.

Find more information on their website HERE.


SUPPORT CREATIVE WOMEN

Our goal is to create a general fund and cultivate sponsorship partners to support our bi-annual events and provide grants for new work from women artists in Utah. Our hope is to award an annual grant to a local artist who will showcase the new work at our winter event. Funds will be collected through our friends at Brolly Arts. Click here to donate through PayPal – please make sure you note 801 CREATIVE WOMEN in the notes.

Craft Your Creative Business Plan

Join Nikki Ricks from Feminest for a day of crafting your creative business plan!

Nikki will be leading a  workshop on the why, what and how of your business plan. A step by step process that will be asking yourself hard questions and leave you with an action plan. There will also be a round table discussion – everyone will have a designated amount of time to ask questions, and share answers and insights

Cost: $50
Event includes:

  • a drink
  • a workbook
  • a new friend 🙂

Click here to find out more and to register. And use the code 801CW10 to receive $10 off!

 

 

What We’re Up Against

Wasatch Theatre Company is offering a special fundraising performance for our #801creativewomen initiative!
Tickets are $30 and all proceeds go toward #801CreativeWomen’s mission to promote gender equity in the cultural and creative sector.   Click here to purchase tickets
“What We’re Up Against” is a black comedy that takes a serious look at the ways women are treated in male-dominated work environments. This is Wasatch Theatre Company’s (WTC’s) effort to insert the regional theatre conversation into the #MeToo and #Time’sUp movements. Recently revised in New York, “What We’re Up Against” is one of the nation’s most popular shows. Eliza is an employee at an architecture firm, and she is tired of being slighted, ignored, and patronized because of her sex. She wonders what she has to do to have her ideas seriously considered. When she takes matters into her own creative hands, her colleagues and supervisors respond in humorously uncomfortable but all too-familiar ways. This is a piece that everyone should see, especially now, and one that WTC hopes sparks a community-wide dialogue. This is a world premiere of the newest version!

DATE AND TIME
Thu, April 26, 2018
7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
138 Broadway, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

 

Janell James Exhibition

Come see Janell’s beautiful paintings, in several locations.

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And Desire Lines, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City – Until May, 26.

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And  an Upcoming Exhibition:
Woodbury Art Museum, UVU, Art of Our Century: Janell James, Spotlight Artist
May 10 – July 14, Orem, UT
Opening Artist Reception, May 15 from 7-9PM

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