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Athena’s Sisters (Louisville): ,000.00 to engage veteran women in a six-month fiber art program and to create an exhibit titled Fibers of Athena.
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Participants will gain greater respect for their own creativity and shared land, and will return to their communities with a deeper connection with the environment and each other.
Kentucky Women Writers Conference (Lexington): ,000.00 to support their 2016 conference and affiliated activities in order to educate, inspire, and build community among women writers and readers in Kentucky.
The event will give feminist artists a platform to showcase their talents, and will create a safe and diverse space for artmaking, discussion of social justice topics, and community-building that crosses the campus/community divide.