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Yeah, That’s What She Said! Presents: MOTHERLAND

Yeah, That’s What She Said! Presents: MOTHERLAND

SUGGESTED DONATION July 7, 2017 — July 9, 2017

Getting Here ktdcshuttle

Sliding scale suggested donation $10 – $20


Artwork by:
Barbara E. Byrd
Danni Lin
Denise Nguyen
Elizabeth Velazquez
Erin Kim
Jeemin Shim
Lindsay Lee Long
Kamal Badhey (in collaboration with Annesha Sengupta, Monica Mohapatra, Jasmine Vasandani, and Thahitun Mariam)
Malanya Graham
Paige Polk
Rehana Edwards
Shalemar Coloma
Shenna Vaughn
Yelaine Rodriguez

Performances by:
Candice Iloh
Zoe map
Mikeala Xochitl
Cheroya Davenport
Deborah Conton
Linda La Sarabi

Shout Your Abortion BK
Danni Hu-Yang
Waysted Studio
La Liga Zine
Margot Terc
Ari Analog
The Funky Fresh – Slang Appreciated Series
Lohitha Kethu Illustration
Sula Collective
Seema Shakti
Alex Fields Art
Mujeristas Collective
Viva Ruiz of Chocolatina Actions
Accent Nails by Bridget Slowik
Joelle Dianne Riffle



Yeah, That’s What She Said! (YTWSS) holds their annual pop-up event featuring art, performances, and workshops by working class and poor women, women of color, immigrant women, trans women, and queer women. YTWSS*2017’s theme is MOTHERLAND. What does home mean to you? What does lineage mean to you? What does connection and intimacy with your past, present, and future mean to you?

This weekend-long event at Knockdown Center will include work selected from an open call related to environmental justice, places of origin, family and chosen family, reproductive justice and bodily autonomy, borders, ancestry and lineage, and borders, nationalism, and colonialism.

This is an 18+ event

Full Schedule of Events

Friday, July 7

7 – 10 pm
Opening Event, YTWSS artwork on view

7:30 – 8:30pm
Open mic
(Sign-Up Link Here)

Saturday, July 8

Shuttle from L Train Jefferson stop begins

2 – 10pm
Gallery open

3:30 – 6pm
Women and Femmes only Workshops

3:30 – 4:30pm: Solidifying Foundations: Organizing and Self/Collective Care as Descendants of our Mothers
5 – 6pm: Femme In Public: Using Art & Fashion as Political Disruption

7 – 10pm
Music, dance, and poetry performances with Candice Iloh, Zoe map, STEFA*, Mikeala Xochitl, Cheroya Davenport, Deborah Conton, NECIA, Linda La Sarabi, Anesha.

Sunday, July 9

2 – 10pm
Gallery open

5 – 6pm
Women and Femmes only Workshop
Following Our Inner Compass: Honing & Honoring Our Intuition

7 – 8:30pm
MOTHERLAND Film Screening and Q & A


Yeah, That’s What She Said! is a series of women-lead events that build relationships and experiences through the arts and activism centering working class and poor women, women of color, immigrant women, trans women and queer women. We are collectively self-organized and largely funded by community support. From 2014-2016, we held weekend-long pop-ups that brought together hundreds of women from across New York City.

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