The Gals are talking about protest art today and they are a bit nervous over this episode. They give a brief history on protest in the united states (because it is an hour long show and would be impossible to give even the briefest oral history of protest as it relates to humankind), then talk about protests artist of all kinds, and end the show with some discussion on protest sign art and their adventure at the Women’s March. Your Artsy Gals love you (so don’t be a turd about this episode).
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It is super late so we are making this post quick and full of links!
The Gals covered a lot this week so we are probably going to forget something but here are some of the links you were promised.
Here is cool article on Widewalls about protest signs as art we thought you might enjoy: http://www.widewalls.ch/protest-signs/
Check out the websites of some of the amazing protest artists talked about on the show this week here:
And just a special treat, this is a photo Loni snuck of Katie, her daughter Collin, and former co-host Sharon walking up Katie’s street toward the bus stop on the way to the Women’s March last month.
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Yay! Next week is a Katie and Loni doing stuff episode! They Gals are talking about their Silhouette cutting machines while making some Valentines from things they have cut out with their machines, so until then… make some cool shit, yo!