ARTS SHOWCASE EVENT
sunday, may 19th 2-4pm | carriage barn arts
Join us for a celebration of female power and the arts, featuring accomplished contemporary artist, Michele Utley Voight, completing a masterpiece; live music by Hope In Harmony and spoken word by poetic activist and author, Cheyenne Taylor Jacobs. Plus, peruse the art collection, including artwork by American pop phenomenon, Ashley Longshore. Bring the whole family! Drinks & appetizers served.
Tickets $25 - 100% of ticket sales benefit LiveGirl
*An emerging artist award will be presented to an artist (age 18 or under)
This piece will be auctioned at the May 19th event.
New Orleans-based mixed-media artist, Ashley Longshore, has been compared to a young, feminist Andy Warhol for her obsession with pop culture figures and brands. From George Washington on a Supreme hoodie to Kate Moss as a nun, Longshore’s paintings, focusing on pop culture, Hollywood glamour, and American consumerism, are never shy of daring – her art makes noise. Dubbed by The New York Times as “Fashion’s Latest Art Darling,” she has emblazoned the path for pop art and fashion to coexist.
parent/daughter COMMUNITY EVENT
thursday, may 23rd 7-8 pm | carriage barn arts
"Enough As She Is: A Parent-Daughter Workshop with Rachel Simmons”
Registration required - Tickets: free General Admission and $50 VIP access tickets available*
A deeply urgent workshop (based upon Rachel’s book) that gives adults and daughters the tools to work together to reject “supergirl” pressure, overcome a toxic stress culture and become resilient leaders with healthy, happy and fulfilling lives.
Ms. Simmons is a bestselling author, educator, and consultant helping girls and women be more authentic, assertive and resilient. She is the author of NY Times bestselling books "Enough As She Is", "Odd Girl Out” and "The Curse of the Good Girl". (Co-hosted by Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund)
*Small, private VIP reception with Rachel Simmons includes cocktails and appetizers.
100% proceeds benefit LiveGirl and CWEALF programs to support girls and women in Connecticut.
Thank you to our generous event sponsors