V&R Exhibition

Visibility & Remembrance

University of South Florida
Department of Women's & Gender Studies

An international exhibition of art that stands in solidarity with, celebrates, and brings visibility to the experiences of the trans* community.

Participating artists: 

A. Rupakala (IN)
Abinaya (IN)
Al Blackledge (US)
Alejandra Javaloyas (FR)
Ally Zlatar (GB)
Annett Stenzel (DE)
Bakare Olamide Ramota (NG)
Chloe Wing (GB)
Christopher Sellers (US)
Connor Collins (GB)
Danielle Cruit (US)
Dr. Evilletown (US)
Erwina Ziomkowska (PL)
Eye (US)
Kalki Subramaniam (IN)
Karen Miranda Augustine (CA)
Kristina Maca (DE)
Lee Pearson (US)
Mac McCusker (US)
Marlon Tobias (US)
Monika Gujar (IN)
NM Flores (US)
P. Santhiya (IN)
Puspa Majumder (US)
Raphael Reichert (CH)
Rory Midhani (DE)
S. Ramesh (IN)
Saji Varriar (IN)
Silky Prema (IN)
Sukhy Parhar (GB)
V. Rambha (IN)

Full exhibition and event details on the V&R website.

Bi+ Arts Festival

Collage Party

Guest artists:
Apanaki Temitayo M.
Karen Miranda Augustine

Join the Bi+ Arts Festival for a celebration of World Collage Day, 2021. It’s a fun afternoon of extravagantly queer collage collaboration!

Music, conversation, short presentations from special guest artists, links to our favourite bi and queer collage inspired film and video, and making collages together.

The party will be hosted on Zoom. Register in advance for this event.

Two five-point leaves in turquoise beads

My first attempt at five-point leaf

The five-point leaf technique is quite versatile. In traditional Indigenous beadwork, it's often been used to replicate feathers, for example. So there's lots to explore, as one can get experimental and funky with it. But for now, this is my result from an hour's work because, as usual, I am the slowest in the class ;)

Women's Work Art Gallery

Women's Work Art Gallery

Women's Work Art Gallery is an online project and gallery based in Detroit, Michigan. A look through their site and you'll come across a dynamic range of really interesting and enterprising women artists.

I was flattered to be asked to participate in an online exhibition and have my work featured on their site.

Black Lives Matter by Karen Miranda Augustine

Museum of Beadwork's Beaded Square Project

This piece is en route to the Museum of Beadwork in Portland, Maine. It will be part of the Beaded Square Project.

Over 1,000 artists worldwide are creating half square foot beaded works, which will be exhibited to form a wall quilt installation reflecting on the current times.