Y'all. Y'ALL. THE BLACK TIDES OF HEAVEN is a finalist for the Nebula Awards!!!! hoLY FORKING SHIRTBALLS! With so many friends and beloveds Lara Elena Donnelly A...nnalee Newitz Fonda Lee Sarah Gailey Sarah Pinsker Martha Wells Kelly Robson Kellan Szpara Fran Wilde Caroline M. Yoachim Sam J. Miller Cindy Pon and aaaaa
but can I say that I am the HECKING PROUDEST that Vina Prasad has been nominated in NOT ONE BUT *TWO* CATEGORIES, which means that there are Singaporean finalists in 3 OUT OF 5 of the fiction categories. HOW ABOUT THAT???
Oh, just Vandetta being her supercool self.
Happening at Artistry.
Hello everyone! Reyna Movement is running an exhibition for our upcoming cook book at Artistrysg.
The cookbook is titled Recipes of Resilience, a book filled w...ith stories and recipe's by Rohingyan Women. We hope that by publishing this book, readers will be able to learn about Rohingya culture and that it continues to thrive despite the persecution their communities face.
Please support the resilient Rohingyan women showcased and the preservation of Rohingyan culture, by attending our exhibition, donating and buying the book.
Whilst the exhibition is already up, we'll be hosting an opening/sharing night on the 10th of February at 7.30pm.
Rae, Whitney, the Reyna Movement team and most importantly the Rohingya community in Kuala Lumpur.
Congratulations Jasmine Kin Kia Ng and Sandi Tan!!!!!!
These girls are amazing!
"This moment is the culmination of those efforts, six black women using one of the most watched nights in black Hollywood — a community celebration largely free from a white gaze — to declare that 'TIME’S UP on our silence.'"
Before there was the #MeToo movement there was Timoclea of Thebes throwing the man who raped her down a well. She next hurled in heavy stones until he was dead.... Painted in 1659 by Elisabetta Sirani of Bologna.
Born today! Elisabetta Sirani (8 January 1638 – 28 August 1665) Italian Baroque painter and printmaker who died in still unexplained circumstances at the early age of 27. She was the most famous woman artist in early modern Bologna and established an academy for other women artists.
Our volunteer Charmaine Poh has an exhibition~!
"What do a ballet dancer, a beauty trainer, an air stewardess, and a sex worker have in common? Their jobs all ...greatly hinge on how they look and present themselves.
And now, an upcoming exhibition wants us to rethink the way we perceive women in these lines of work.
As part of this month’s M1 Singapore Fringe Festival, photographer Charmaine Poh is presenting All In Her Day’s Work, a show comprising intimate, behind-the-scenes portraits of seven to eight women getting ready for work. The show opens on Jan 17 at ION Art Gallery."
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