vagina.art

January 14th, 2003

V-Day at AFA

Artists for Art has partnered with the presenters
of V-Day Scranton 2003 to organize Celebrating Women, an exhibit at the Afa Gallery.
The exhibit will run from February 6 to March 1, 2003.
A focal point of V-Day is the production of Eve Enseler’s The Vagina
Monologues
at the Mellow Theatre at Lackawanna College on Friday,
February 14.

Call to Artists
We are looking for artwork by women in all media that celebrates and supports women’s
issues as well as the artist’s interpretation and reaction to the Vagina
Monologue theme, and V-Day’s vision of a world without violence toward women.

Drop-off: January 31 & February 1, 2003 noon-5pm
Afa Gallery, 514 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton 570.969.1040
Pick-Up: March 1, 2003, between noon and 5 pm
Fee: $10 for up to 3 entries
(both the entry fee and a portion of sales donated to V-Day Scranton 2003)
Works will be juried for relation to the theme and available space. All works
must be ready to hang
Opening Reception: Friday, February 7, 7-8pm
Participating artists are asked to bring finger food to the
reception. Gallery sitters are also needed.

For further information on the exhibit or to volunteer, please contact
the Afa Gallery at 570.969.1040
or contact Michael Paulukonis at 570.383.0251 or via email

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Open House/Auditions

The open house / auditions for V-Day Scranton’s 2003 production of The Vagina Monologues will be held on Saturday, January 18 at 2 p.m. (MEN are invited to not only participate behind the scenes but also to audition.) We will be in a first floor multi-purpose meeting room at Lackawanna College (Washington Avenue and Vine Street) in Scranton. There will be signs at the main entrance to direct you. For further information, please contact
v-day scranton

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I post this not only becuase it’s a good cause (and a good piece of theater), but also
becuase I put together a silent auction for V-Day Scranton in 2002, and that grew into
the exhibit this year, that I am supposedly “coordinating.”

Well, I wrote the proposal, anyway….. A lot of people are working on the exhibit.
Kudos to Judy, Marcia, and Alicia for not lynching me!

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