Katherine Factor 7 posts
Katherine Factor is an editor, book coach, and educator. Her debut poetry book, A Sybil Society won the Test Site Poetry Prize and is forthcoming from the University of Nevada Press. She has an MFA in Poetry from the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop. The author of three Choose Your Own Adventure books, more about her work can be found at katherinefactor.com

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Tribute to Yoko Ono’s Extraordinary Artistry

John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Yoko Ono is a true iconoclast. Her artistry is enormous — she innovates and inspires: she has survived war, mental health crises, miscarriages and of course, misogyny.
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Interdisciplinary Artist Carron Little Innovates During Pandemic

Ten months into the pandemic, FF2’s Elisa Shoenberger posted “Carron Little and ‘Out of Site’ Show How Performance Can Adapt to COVID-19about Chicago artist Carron Little’s response to the arts in the pandemic. Having spent time with Carron in the past, I contacted Carron recently for this follow-up interview. read more.

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Spend 2022 in Emily Carr’s Mysterious Pacific Northwest

This holiday season, we’re excited to introduce Pomegranate, a publishing and printing company that offers its customers “art you can bring home.” In celebration of Pomegranate’s commitment to inclusivity, we’re proud to spotlight some of the brilliant women artists in their catalog. Read more about Pomegranate below.read more.

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Forever de Young: Judy Chicago’s Pyrotechnic ‘Atmospheres’

Judy Chicago promoting Atmospheres
Legendary artist, feminist, and art educator Judy Chicago will perform in person her piece titled Forever de Young: A Judy Chicago Atmosphere.
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Joni Mitchell’s ‘Blue’ at 50: An Ode to Womanhood

Blue 50th Anniversary promotion event
While a 50th Anniversary is a golden one, Joni Mitchell's Blue is a riot of blues — a range of the feminine, filled with feeling.
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Guerrilla Girls Make Good Trouble in ‘The Art of Behaving Badly’

The Art of Behaving Badly Guerrilla Girls
Their new book, Guerrilla Girls: The Art of Behaving Badly (published in 2020), covers their pushback by showcasing their "artivism."
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