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 February 2012March 2012April 2012
Thursday, March 01, 2012
Grimes W/ Born Gold Spring 2012 Tour Denton, TX ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Claire Boucher aka Grimes music has been described by Bullett Magazine as a vision that Claire Boucher weaves these together to a strong rhythmic effect, "the marriage between the voice of a human and the heartbeat of a machine". Check her out when she goes on tour with Born Gold starting in February.

Contact Info : Dan's Silverleaf 103 Industrial St Denton, TX 76201-4223 (940) 320-2000 Url: http://www.danssilverleaf.com/contact_us/
A Tribe Called Quest: Innovation And Legacies, NYC ( 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm )
  Harlem Stage will celebrate the influence and impact of hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest in a four part movement. Featuring live performances, dance events, and a free humanities event, the tribute will highlight ATCQ's cultural significance and musical legacy.  Footprints: The Innovation and Impact of A Tribe Called Quest will be the first event at Harlem Stage Gatehouse, admission is free. 


Url: http://boxoffice@harlemstage.org
Zola Jesus In San Francisco, CA ( 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm )
Zola Jesus performs at the Great American Music Hall (859 O'farrell Street) in San Francisco, CA


Url: http://zolajesus.com/news/tour/
Friday, March 02, 2012
Royalists To Romantics: Women Artists From The Louvre, Versailles, And Other French National Collections ( 10:00 am - 11:00 am )

The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., has put together a showcase of 77 paintings, prints, and sculptures made by French women from the 18th and 19th centuries—a tumultuous time that saw the terrors of the french revolution and the restoration of the monarchy. Many of the rare works in the exhibition, called “Royalists to Romantics: Women Artists from the Louvre, Versailles, and Other French National Collections,” have never been seen outside of France.



Contact Info : 1250 New York Ave NW Washington, D.C. 20005202-783-5000 1-800-222-7270 Url: http://nmwa.org/exhibitions/royalists-romantics
Grimes W/ Born Gold Spring 2012 Tour Dates New Orleans, LA ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Claire Boucher aka Grimes music has been described by Bullett Magazine as a vision that Claire Boucher weaves these together to a strong rhythmic effect, "the marriage between the voice of a human and the heartbeat of a machine". Check her out when she goes on tour with Born Gold starting in February.

Contact Info : LBC Quad- Tulane University 6823 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118 Email : 504-314-2188 Url: http://tulane.edu/studentaffairs/lbc/contact-information-and-staff.cfm
A Tribe Called Quest: Innovation And Legacies, NYC ( 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm )
 Harlem Stage will celebrate the influence and impact of hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest in a four part movement. Featuring live performances, dance events, and a free humanities event, the tribute will highlight ATCQ's cultural significance and musical legacy. Excursions: A Tribe Called Quest Tribute, featuring the Revive Da Live Big Band with special guests will be the second event at Aaron Davis Hall, tickets are $25. 


Url: http://www.harlemstage.org
Zola Jesus In LA,CA ( 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Zola performs in LA at the Natural History Museum (900 Exposition Blvd.) 


Url: http://zolajesus.com/news/tour/
A Tribe Called Quest: Innovation And Legacies, NYC ( 10:30 pm )
 Harlem Stage will celebrate the influence and impact of hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest in a four part movement. Featuring live performances, dance events, and a free humanities event, the tribute will highlight ATCQ's cultural significance and musical legacy. SPIT (Speakin' In Tongues): Music of, and Inspired by, Native Tongues will be the third event at Harlem Stage Gatehouse, tickets are $10/$5 with Excursions ticket. 


Url: http://www.harlemstage.org
Saturday, March 03, 2012
A Tribe Called Quest: Innovation And Legacies, NYC ( 10:30 pm )
 Harlem Stage will celebrate the influence and impact of hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest in a four part movement. Featuring live performances, dance events, and a free humanities event, the tribute will highlight ATCQ's cultural significance and musical legacy. SPIT (Speakin' In Tongues): Music of, and Inspired by, Native Tongues will be the third event at Harlem Stage Gatehouse, tickets are $10/$5 with Excursions ticket. 


Url: http://www.harlemstage.org
Grimes W/ Born Gold Spring 2012 Tour Oxford, MS ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Claire Boucher aka Grimes music has been described by Bullett Magazine as a vision that Claire Boucher weaves these together to a strong rhythmic effect, "the marriage between the voice of a human and the heartbeat of a machine". Check her out when she goes on tour with Born Gold starting in February.

Contact Info : Cat's Purring Oxford, MS Email : catspurring@gmail.com Url: http://www.catspurring.com/
A Tribe Called Quest: Innovation And Legacies, NYC ( 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm )
Harlem Stage will celebrate the influence and impact of hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest in a four part movement. Featuring live performances, dance events, and a free humanities event, the tribute will highlight ATCQ's cultural significance and musical legacy. Beats, Rhymes and Beyond: The J. Dilla Ensemble will be the final event at harlem Stage Gatehouse, tickets are $15.


Url: http://www.harlemstage.org
Zola Jesus In San Diego, CA ( 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm )
Zola Jesus ends her tour at the Casbah (2501 Kettner Boulevard) in San Diego.


Url: http://zolajesus.com/news/tour/
Sunday, March 04, 2012
DC BRAS ( 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm )
Join LUPEC's DC chapter at The Passenger as they launch their first fundraising event for breast cancer research. The night will be filled with drinks on special, beer on tap and bra decorating.
The Passenger: 1021 7th street


Email : http://www.lupecdc.com/events/
Monday, March 05, 2012
TEAM-ZEBRA Web-store Re-design Grand Opening Sale! ( 9:00 am )

  • Celebrate the opening of our new www.TEAM-ZEBRA.com web-store, offering nearly 2,000 different funky earrings and funky costume jewelry styles! To welcome 1st-time buyers, we are offering a one-time discount 15% off any size order. Plus FREE Shipping with $50.00 minimum purchase. Please add " WELCOME " to the promo code field in checkout to receive your discount. Tell us what you think of our new funky look!!!TEAM-ZEBRA logo



Email : sales@team-zebra.com Url: http://www.team-zebra.com
Grimes W/ Born Gold Spring 2012 Tour Atlanta, GA ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Claire Boucher aka Grimes music has been described by Bullett Magazine as a vision that Claire Boucher weaves these together to a strong rhythmic effect, "the marriage between the voice of a human and the heartbeat of a machine". Check her out when she goes on tour with Born Gold starting in February.

Contact Info : The Drunken Unicorn 736 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast Atlanta, GA 30306 Url: http://thedrunkenunicorn.com/
Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Grimes W/ Born Gold Spring 2012 Tour Tampa, FL ( 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm )
Claire Boucher aka Grimes music has been described by Bullett Magazine as a vision that Claire Boucher weaves these together to a strong rhythmic effect, "the marriage between the voice of a human and the heartbeat of a machine". Check her out when she goes on tour with Born Gold starting in February.

Contact Info : The Orpheum Tampa, FL 1915 East 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-9500 Url: http://www.theorpheum.com
Wednesday, March 07, 2012
The Artist's Way Workshop: Discover & Recover Your Creative Self ( 7:30 pm )

Jeanne Moren, a licensed counselor of over 25 years, creates community-based workshops that help participants lead meaningful and more productive lives.

Her latest event, “The Artist's Way Workshop: Discover & Recover Your Creative Self," designed for those with a creative urge to build confidence and reach their artistic potential. In addition to workshops, Ms. Moren also offers individualized talk therapy sessions with a humanistic approach. Ms. Moren offers affordable solutions so that finances are not a barrier in her clients’ therapeutic experience. Her services can also be reimbursed through most health insurance providers.

“This is the best time to get the support you deserve,” Ms. Moren explains. “When things are most difficult, we are often most open to change.”

“The Artist's Way Workshop: Discover & Recover Your Creative Self” will be held every Wednesday from 6:30pm-8pm, starting March 7 and ending May 23, 2012. The cost to participate is $250 and a maximum of 6 students are invited to participate.

Workshops and individual sessions are held in a convenient downtown location at 121 Newark Avenue next to the Grove Street PATH.

For information on the “The Artist's Way Workshop: Discover & Recover Your Creative Self” workshop, visit Ms. Moren’s website at www.jeannemoren.com and the pre-registration form http://bit.ly/zR9zQf.



Contact Info : Jeanne Moren Email : jeanne@jeannemoren.com Url: http://www.jeannemoren.com
Grimes W/ Born Gold Spring 2012 Tour Orlando, FL ( 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm )
Claire Boucher aka Grimes music has been described by Bullett Magazine as a vision that Claire Boucher weaves these together to a strong rhythmic effect, "the marriage between the voice of a human and the heartbeat of a machine". Check her out when she goes on tour with Born Gold starting in February.

Contact Info : Backbooth Orlando, FL 37 West Pine Street Orlando, FL 32801-2630 (407) 999-2570 Url: http://backbooth.com/about.php
Thursday, March 08, 2012
USC SHOAH Foundation Institute Partners With UN To Observe International Women's Day ( 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm )
Join the University of Southern California SHOAH Foundation Institute and The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme in their roundtable discussion, "Strength Through Adversity: Women and Mass Violence."
Location: USC Campus In Davidson Conference Center, Vineyard Room. To RSVP call Judy Huang (213) 740- 2950


Url: http://www.dornsife.usc.edu/vhi/news/3579
Whiskey & Women Unite @ Lani Kai, NYC ( 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm )
Enjoy a night of whiskey to celebrate International Women's Day sponspored by LUPEC NYC (Ladies United for the Preservation of the Endangered Cocktails).
Lana Kai : 525 Broome Street New York, New York 10013


Email : http://www.facebook.com/events/217962861634935/
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
Friday, March 09, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
Royalists To Romantics: Women Artists From The Louvre, Versailles, And Other French National Collections ( 10:00 am - 11:00 am )

The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., has put together a showcase of 77 paintings, prints, and sculptures made by French women from the 18th and 19th centuries—a tumultuous time that saw the terrors of the french revolution and the restoration of the monarchy. Many of the rare works in the exhibition, called “Royalists to Romantics: Women Artists from the Louvre, Versailles, and Other French National Collections,” have never been seen outside of France.



Contact Info : 1250 New York Ave NW Washington, D.C. 20005202-783-5000 1-800-222-7270 Url: http://nmwa.org/exhibitions/royalists-romantics
Saturday, March 10, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
CHERYL NYC ( 10:00 pm )
PopRally and MoMA invite you to attend an interactive dance party hosted by the artist collective CHERYL. Inspired by Cindy Sherman's work, you can participate in the "metamorphosis" directly or simply watch from the sidelines! Either way admission includes a private exhibition viewing and a cocktail reception. Tickets are $15 in advance or $18 at the door. You must be 21 or older to attend this event. 


Url: http://www.showclix.com/event/214249
Sunday, March 11, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
CHERYL NYC ( 10:00 pm )
PopRally and MoMA invite you to attend an interactive dance party hosted by the artist collective CHERYL. Inspired by Cindy Sherman's work, you can participate in the "metamorphosis" directly or simply watch from the sidelines! Either way admission includes a private exhibition viewing and a cocktail reception. Tickets are $15 in advance or $18 at the door. You must be 21 or older to attend this event. 


Url: http://www.showclix.com/event/214249
Monday, March 12, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Thursday, March 15, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Friday, March 16, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Royalists To Romantics: Women Artists From The Louvre, Versailles, And Other French National Collections ( 10:00 am - 11:00 am )

The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., has put together a showcase of 77 paintings, prints, and sculptures made by French women from the 18th and 19th centuries—a tumultuous time that saw the terrors of the french revolution and the restoration of the monarchy. Many of the rare works in the exhibition, called “Royalists to Romantics: Women Artists from the Louvre, Versailles, and Other French National Collections,” have never been seen outside of France.



Contact Info : 1250 New York Ave NW Washington, D.C. 20005202-783-5000 1-800-222-7270 Url: http://nmwa.org/exhibitions/royalists-romantics
Saturday, March 17, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
The Creator's Project: San Francisco 2012 ( 11:00 am )
The Creator's Project, a global art and technology intitative to support artists creative processes through technology, is hosting their first event series in the Bay area March 17-18. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are headlining the live musical series, also marking the band's first performance in San Francisco . Other musical guests include James Murphy, Squarepusher, David Bowie + Mick Rock + Barney Clay, United Visual Artists + Scanner and more.
For a complete list of performances and schedules, go here: http://thecreatorsproject.com/rsvp/sf


Url: http://thecreatorsproject.com/events/the-creators-project-san-francisco-2012
Sunday, March 18, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
The Creator's Project: San Francisco 2012 ( 11:00 am )
The Creator's Project, a global art and technology intitative to support artists creative processes through technology, is hosting their first event series in the Bay area March 17-18. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are headlining the live musical series, also marking the band's first performance in San Francisco . Other musical guests include James Murphy, Squarepusher, David Bowie + Mick Rock + Barney Clay, United Visual Artists + Scanner and more.
For a complete list of performances and schedules, go here: http://thecreatorsproject.com/rsvp/sf


Url: http://thecreatorsproject.com/events/the-creators-project-san-francisco-2012
The Black Belles Houston, TX ( 8:00 pm )
The Black Belles continue their tour with The Strange Boys at Warehouse Live in Houston, TX.


Url: http://www.facebook.com/events/214758378612636/
Monday, March 19, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
The Creator's Project: San Francisco 2012 ( 11:00 am )
The Creator's Project, a global art and technology intitative to support artists creative processes through technology, is hosting their first event series in the Bay area March 17-18. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are headlining the live musical series, also marking the band's first performance in San Francisco . Other musical guests include James Murphy, Squarepusher, David Bowie + Mick Rock + Barney Clay, United Visual Artists + Scanner and more.
For a complete list of performances and schedules, go here: http://thecreatorsproject.com/rsvp/sf


Url: http://thecreatorsproject.com/events/the-creators-project-san-francisco-2012
The Black Belles Houston, TX ( 8:00 pm )
The Black Belles continue their tour with The Strange Boys at Warehouse Live in Houston, TX.


Url: http://www.facebook.com/events/214758378612636/
The Black Belles Tour Laredo, TX ( 8:00 pm )
The Black Belles continue their tour with The Strange Boys at Old No. 2 in Laredo, TX. 


Url: http://hangout.altsounds.com/news/142402-black-belles-return-haunt-u-s.html
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
The Black Belles Tour Laredo, TX ( 8:00 pm )
The Black Belles continue their tour with The Strange Boys at Old No. 2 in Laredo, TX. 


Url: http://hangout.altsounds.com/news/142402-black-belles-return-haunt-u-s.html
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
The Black Belles Tour Hot Springs, AR ( 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm )
The Black Belles continue their tour at the Valley of Vapors Festival in Hot Springs, Arizona. More dates to come!


Url: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Black-Belles/156837467686788
Thursday, March 22, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Friday, March 23, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Royalists To Romantics: Women Artists From The Louvre, Versailles, And Other French National Collections ( 10:00 am - 11:00 am )

The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., has put together a showcase of 77 paintings, prints, and sculptures made by French women from the 18th and 19th centuries—a tumultuous time that saw the terrors of the french revolution and the restoration of the monarchy. Many of the rare works in the exhibition, called “Royalists to Romantics: Women Artists from the Louvre, Versailles, and Other French National Collections,” have never been seen outside of France.



Contact Info : 1250 New York Ave NW Washington, D.C. 20005202-783-5000 1-800-222-7270 Url: http://nmwa.org/exhibitions/royalists-romantics
Death Of A Diva ( 9:00 pm )
Join Pop Culture Critic Amanda Seales for a night of comedy and music as she brings to the stage her perspective of pop culture's portrayal of women. She will perform her show,  Death of a Diva: A One Woman Musical Narrative on March 23-25 and March 30- April 1 at the Helen Mills Theater.


Url: http://www.amandaseales.com/deathofthediva
Saturday, March 24, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Death Of A Diva ( 9:00 pm )
Join Pop Culture Critic Amanda Seales for a night of comedy and music as she brings to the stage her perspective of pop culture's portrayal of women. She will perform her show,  Death of a Diva: A One Woman Musical Narrative on March 23-25 and March 30- April 1 at the Helen Mills Theater.


Url: http://www.amandaseales.com/deathofthediva
Rachael Sage "Delancey Street" Tour - Berkeley, CA ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Rachael Sage plays the The Starry Plough in Berkeley, California to promote her album "Delancey Street."


Url: http://www.myspace.com/rachaelsage
Sunday, March 25, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Death Of A Diva ( 9:00 pm )
Join Pop Culture Critic Amanda Seales for a night of comedy and music as she brings to the stage her perspective of pop culture's portrayal of women. She will perform her show,  Death of a Diva: A One Woman Musical Narrative on March 23-25 and March 30- April 1 at the Helen Mills Theater.


Url: http://www.amandaseales.com/deathofthediva
Monday, March 26, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Rachael Sage "Delancey Street" Tour - Eugene, OR ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Singer-songwriter Rachael Sage plays Cozmic Pizza in Eugene, Oregon to promote her self-produced album "Delancey Street."


Url: http://www.myspace.com/rachaelsage
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th annual LADIES FIRST art show curated by Vancouver artist Nicole Steen.

Female themed paintings,illustrations and prints by international female pop artists.

Opening on International Women's Day until the end of March  then travelling east to Toronto

and beyond into the U.S with shows in Asbury Park ,Phoenix and Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
JD Samson + MEN Tour ( 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm )
JD Samson + MEN play a free show with Creep DJs at Dropout at WIP (34 Vandam Street)
LE TIGRE's JD Samson and Michael O'Neill performing high energy dance music.



Rachael Sage "Delancey Street" Tour - Portland, OR ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Singer-songwriter Rachael Sage plays the Star Theater in Portland, Oregon to promote her self-produced album "Delancey Street."


Url: http://www.myspace.com/rachaelsage
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour ( 8:00 pm )

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST show celebrates international female pop artists who paint women.Paintings,illustrations and prints by contemporary artists such as Kirsten Easthope,Camilla d'Errico,Claudia Hek,Kelly Haigh and Sarah Joncas.The LADIES show tours from Vancouver to Toronto,Asbury Parkand Phoenix and then reaches Seattle.



Contact Info : Nicole Steen Tart Gallery Email : nicole.steen@uniserve.com Url: http://www.thetartgallery.com
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Thursday, March 29, 2012
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Guerrilla Girls At Brooklyn Museum ( 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm )
Guerrilla Girls, an anonymous group of feminists fighting sexism in the art world, stage a multimedia performance in full jungle drag. Over the course of the evening, the artists will illustrate their history of creating posters, books, and actions to expose discrimination in areas including art, film, and politics. The performance will also include participatory exercises from the newly released edition of The Guerrilla Girls’ Art Museum Activity Book. A book signing will follow the performance.

As space is limited, advance ticket purchase for general admission and entrance to the performance is recommended via www.museumtix.com. Members receive discounted admission; please call the Membership Hotline at (718) 501-6326 for promotional code.


Url: http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/calendar/event/5122
Rachael Sage "Delancey Street" Tour - Pendleton, OR ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Singer-songwriter Rachel Sage plays the Great Pacific in Pendleton, Oregon to promote her self-produced album "Delancey Street."


Url: http://www.myspace.com/rachaelsage
Friday, March 30, 2012
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Royalists To Romantics: Women Artists From The Louvre, Versailles, And Other French National Collections ( 10:00 am - 11:00 am )

The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., has put together a showcase of 77 paintings, prints, and sculptures made by French women from the 18th and 19th centuries—a tumultuous time that saw the terrors of the french revolution and the restoration of the monarchy. Many of the rare works in the exhibition, called “Royalists to Romantics: Women Artists from the Louvre, Versailles, and Other French National Collections,” have never been seen outside of France.



Contact Info : 1250 New York Ave NW Washington, D.C. 20005202-783-5000 1-800-222-7270 Url: http://nmwa.org/exhibitions/royalists-romantics
Rachael Sage "Delancey Street" Tour - Seattle, WA ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Singer-songwriter Rachael Sage plays the High Dive in Seattle, Washington to promote her self-produced album "Delancey Street."


Url: http://www.myspace.com/rachaelsage
Saturday, March 31, 2012
All Work & Low Pay: The Story Of Women And Work ( 9:00 am - 9:00 am )
In "All Work & Low Pay," the Women's Library at the Metropolitan University in London tells the story of women and work over the past 150 years through a collection of pictures, books, posters, and other artifacts. Not only does the exhibition demonstrate the wide range of jobs held by women, but it also highlights the battles for equal pay and fair working conditions that have been waged throughout the years. Until April 4th.


Url: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/thewomenslibrary
Beauty As Duty: Textiles On The Home Front In WWII Britain ( 9:00 am )
During the relentless WWII bombing of Britain from the fall of 1940 through the spring of 1941, the rationing of textiles led to the mass production of "utility" clothes for women that conformed to strict government regulations. Still, these clothes managed to be fashionable and items such as scarves printed with political motifs were used as powerful tools to maintain morale while everyone was being encouraged to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The Museum of Fine Arts Boston is now displaying a collection of these artifacts, titled "Beauty as Duty: Textiles on the Home Front in WWII Britain." Through May 28.


Url: http://mfa.org
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics By Jewish Women ( 9:00 am )
The Yeshiva University Museum in N.Y.C. is putting Jewish women cartoonists front and center in an exhibition titled "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." For the show, 18 artists from the U.S. and abroad tell autobiographical tales of relationships, sex, body issues, and Judaism using pen and ink. Through April 15th.


Url: http://www.yumuseum.org
Women Hold Up Half The Sky ( 9:00 am )
Inspired by the critically acclaimed book Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A. has put together a new exhibition addressing gender equality as the human rights cause of our time. Through documentary photographs, visual art, sound installations, and interactive displays, the museum tells the stories of women around the glove who have  changed their lives--and the lives of others--through education and self-determination. Through May 20.


Url: http://www.skirball.org
Fransesca Woodman Exhibition ( 10:00 am - 10:00 am )
Francesca Woodman, the most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since Woodman’s untimely death in 1981 at the age of 22, will be on view at the Guggenheim Museum from March 16 through June 13, 2012. Spanning the breadth of her production, the exhibition includes more than 120 vintage photographs, artist books, and a selection of recently discovered and rarely seen short videos, presenting a historical reconsideration of Woodman’s brief but extraordinary career.


Contact Info : Museum Hours: Sun–Wed, 10 am–5:45 pm; Fri, 10 am–5:45 pm; Sat, 10 am–7:45 pm; closed Thurs. On Saturdays, beginning at 5:45 pm, the museum hosts Pay What You Wish. For general information, call 212 423 3500 or visit the museum online at: Url: http://www.guggenheim.org
Historic Downtown SID Easter Funday ( 11:00 am - 1:00 pm )

Join the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District (HDSID) in celebrating EASTER FUNDAY at Made With Love! 

Bring the kids for FREE pictures, candy, face painting!

530 Jersey AvenueJersey City, NJ 07302
 
https://www.facebook.com/events/336000789772542/




Historic Downtown SID Easter Funday ( 11:00 am - 1:00 pm )

 

Join the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District (HDSID) in celebrating EASTER FUNDAY at Made With Love! 

Bring the kids for FREE pictures, candy, face painting!

 

 

530 Jersey AvenueJersey City, NJ 07302

https://www.facebook.com/events/336000789772542/

 



Email : luca@creativeenabler.com Url: https://www.facebook.com/events/336000789772542/
Rachael Sage "Delancey Street" Tour - Los Angeles, CA ( 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm )
Singer-songwriter Rachael Sage plays Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, California to promote her self-produced album "Delancey Street."


Url: http://www.myspace.com/rachaelsage
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