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Hollander Adds A Toast to Second Wave

December 31st, 2010 by admin

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Nicole Hollander toasts Sara Paretsky, and Second Wave Feminists!

“Who’s Counting: A Toast to Ageless Women”

Our Feminist Lens New Year’s Celebration, TOMORROW
on WFMT Fine Arts Radio, listen online @ wfmt.com
January 1, 2011
6:30 – 7:00 PM
Posted on wfmt.com
Podcast after 1/1 @ Women’s Media site: wmgchicago.com

Marilyn Campbell leads this New Year’s tribute to singular women:
Second Wave Feminists, Grandmothers and Feisty Survivors to whom
“age” is only a word. Campbell toasts Madame Clicquot & Elaine Stritch.
Nicole Hollander toasts Sara Paretsky. Lois Barr toasts Las Madres de Plaza de Mayo. Ellen Stone Belic toasts the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers. Cecilie O’Reilly and Maya Friedler perform from Annie Evans’ “Flappers”.
Maya Friedler gives final commentary.

Let us know what you think!

Sponsored by Ellen Stone Belic

Additional Support Columbia College Chicago
Randy Nixon of
‘Salon O 65,’ at 65 East Oak Street, Chicago,
who believes “Beauty has nothing to do with age.”

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Who’s Counting? A Toast to Ageless Women

December 28th, 2010 by admin

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December 22nd, 2010 by admin

Don't miss our New Year's Toast on WFMT Radio

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December 21st, 2010 by admin

Jamie O'Reilly's Songpainting project inspires theme

Songpainting Women: Music + Art
Artists inspire songs. Songs illustrate art.

Aired Saturday October 23 & 31, 2010
WFMT Fine Arts Radio 98.7 FM

The feminist muse is the focus of Songpainting Women: Music + Art in this latest offering from The Feminist Lens.

Vocalist, cultural artist and Women’s Media Producer Jamie O’Reilly’s 20-year journey steering the Songpainting project on stage and in recordings, provides the springboard for the show. Host Marilyn Campbell looks at the work of musicians Laurie Anderson, Mercedes Sosa, and Joni Mitchell, and Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi, bringing O’Reilly and Chicago area artists – painter Gabriella Boros, singer-songwriter Linda M. Smith, and Argentine poet and collage artist Beatriz Badikian – into the conversation. WMG Exec. Prod. Maya Friedler provides final commentary.

This program was sponsored by Poster Plus, Reflective Beings
and the Roslyn Group for Arts and Letters

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