#DontTrumpWomen at People Power Art Show

Flyer Art:  @rustysaltbabies

Flyer Art: @rustysaltbabies

The Femme Project is pleased to be a part of PEOPLE POWER, a political art show and collaboration between Lazer Zine and Rock Paper Scissors Collective. On display will be artwork and artifacts from the #DontTrumpWomen campaign including signed First Edition Stickers and the No. 1/45 Trump Head Mask created for the Women's March on Washington in 2017.

This show is being organized ahead of Lazer Zine's PEOPLE POWER zine release on September 1st, in aims to bring the community together during this dark chapter of our country's history. Join the Femme Project during Oakland's First Friday night on August 3rd for a politically charged night of artwork from local artists and community members. 

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Rock Paper Scissors Collective, located at 416 26th Street, Oakland, CA 94612. PEOPLE POWER will be on view August 3rd from 6-9:00 pm.

2018 EBX BRIEFS Erotic Short Film Competition Selection

The Femme Project is pleased to announce that #RespectHerSex: The Erotic Drama has been selected as part of the 2018 EBX BRIEFS Erotic Short Film Competition. BRIEFS is the East Bay Express’ annual Erotic Short Film Competition, showcasing works by amateur and professional adult filmmakers from around the world. The Femme Project is one of 19 artists and filmmakers featured in this year's competition and the event will mark the debut screening of #RespectHerSex: The Erotic Drama. One night only, this year’s event will be on Thursday, May 10th, at the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland, California. For a list of the 2018 film selections, please visit PinkLabel.tv.

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Grand Lake Theater is located at 3200 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610. The 7:00PM screening has SOLD OUT, but tickets are still available for the second showing at 9:30PM. An After Party and Awards Ceremony will be held after the event at The Uptown Nightclub in Oakland.

Dreams Group Show Announcement


The Femme Project is pleased to be a part of DREAMS, an all women art show featuring the work of local Bay Area artists and photographers. A few photographs from the "3AM Series" will be on display. Presented by 1090 Gallery in San Francisco, the show opens with a reception on Thursday, April 19, 2018 from 6:30-9:30 pm. 

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1090 Gallery, located at 1090 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA 94103. DREAMS will be on view at 1090 Gallery through the month.

iwillnot on the DC Street Sticker EXPO 3.0

Great interview with DC Street Sticker Expo curator iwillnot for Street Art NYC. Look closely and you will see The Femme Project, #DontTrumpWomen and #KissPopFuck representing. The DC Street Sticker Expo 3.0 runs through January 1, 2017 at The Fridge gallery in Washington, DC.

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BYT Photos from DC Street Sticker Expo 3.0

Brightest Young Things was in the house at The Fridge for the opening of the DC Street Sticker Expo 3.0. Included in the photos by Clarissa Villondo were #KissPopFuck and #DontTrumpWomen stickers by the Femme Project. The Sticker Expo runs through January 1, 2017.

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FLESH Review on East City Art

FLESH exhibition review by Jay Hendrick on East City Artnotes. Female sexuality gets a shout out with a mention of the #RespectHerSex project.

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FLESH Press Release

Image Credit: Dafna Steinberg, Overdressed, mixed paper collage, 25” x 19”

Image Credit: Dafna Steinberg, Overdressed, mixed paper collage, 25” x 19”

The Femme Project is pleased to be a part of FLESH, a group exhibition exploring embodiment and interpretations of sexuality, sensuality, body, gender and expressions of sexual freedom. Presented by Olly Olly in Fairfax, Virginia, the show opens with a reception on Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 7pm. 

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Olly Olly, located at 10417 Main Street, 2nd Floor, Fairfax, VA 22030. FLESH will be on view at Olly Olly from October 1, 2016 through November 5, 2016.

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Profile on East City Art

Jenny Cutler Lopez of East City Art profiles Heather M of The Femme Project discussing conceptual art and questions through the lens of sexuality, femininity and identity.

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