TICKETS NOW ON SALE!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 3/28/2018

Intersectional Wonder Women Art Show         
Kortenay Gardiner, Committee Member
kortenay@gmail.com
www.wonderwomenartshow.com

TICKETS NOW ON SALE
FOR THE
INTERSECTIONAL WONDER WOMEN ART SHOW
AT THE HOF
BENEFITING SAFE HARBOR

 

TICKETS NOW ON SALE and can be purchased online at www.wonderwomenartshow.com.

Please join us on May 2 from 7 – 11PM at The Hof Garden to celebrate the true superheroes of our community—the staff and residents of Safe Harbor. Your ticket is a 100% $10 donation to Safe Harbor.

We're hosting an art show inspired by the theme Intersectional Wonder Women and, with each art sale, the 20% commission going directly to Safe Harbor. By joining us, you empower and support survivors of sexual and domestic violence to overcome their crisis and transform their lives. 

We'll have other donation opportunities at the event including:

  • Enter a drawing for gift baskets filled with swag donated by local businesses ($1/ticket or $5/6 tickets),
  • a limited edition signed print by poster illustrator @amigahormiga Virginia Strobach for $10.

Come buy art, support local artists and a vital organization in our community, and enjoy great food and drink at The Hof! For more info, go to www.wonderwomenartshow.com.

Download Event Poster: PDF, PNG, or JPG. (Also, attached in email.)

ABOUT THE EVENT
On May 2, 2018, from 7pm to 11pm an Art Show benefiting Safe Harbor will be held at The Hof Garden (“The Hof”) in Richmond. Its theme is Intersectional Wonder Women and the show aims to encourage women to be their own superheroes. The art will celebrate all who identify as women and will represent a diversity of experience.

This exhibition aims to raise awareness and foster understanding of the challenges and obstacles that women have historically faced, also to confront the permutations of these that we encounter, today. We are intersectional in that we honor ALL experiences of womanhood. We realize that traits such as age, race, religion, sexual orientation and body-type impact our experiences. That health, ability and socioeconomics may burden or ease a woman’s journey, influence her perspective, and even dictate the roles/identities she chooses and embraces, those she merely tolerates, and those she strains to transcend.

We hope to inspire everyone- but women, in particular, by highlighting the physical, intellectual or creative prowess of those who we consider to be our female “superheroes”. The jury we have carefully selected reflects this. They are women who lead, educate, and innovate. Each creative and resourceful, all visionaries.

20% of each art sale will go to Safe Harbor, a nonprofit agency in Henrico County that empowers survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and sex trafficking by providing them with all of the resources they need to transform their lives and forge healthy relationships.

EVENT LISTING: Intersectional Wonder Women Art Show at The Hof benefiting Safe Harbor on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 from 7pm – 11pm. With each art sale, the 20% commission goes directly to Safe Harbor. Tickets: $10 donation at www.wonderwomenartshow.com. Questions or other inquiries: intersectionalww@gmail.com.

PRESS CONTACT
Intersectional Wonder Women Art Show         
Kortenay Gardiner, Committee Member
kortenay@gmail.com
www.wonderwomenartshow.com

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