women317: domestic violence awareness
We gathered at Tin Comet Coffee for the third time this year, exchanging good vibes and harnessing the power that is artistry, activism and divine feminine energy to spark conversation and action on domestic violence and gender equity in Indianapolis.
The show featured another group of phenomenal women artists with incredible gifts and moving performances.
Gwendolyn Dot, poet
Jenny Perillo & Ari Applewhite, band
Melita Carter, poet
Ro Townsend & Lauren Nowlin, violinists
Gabrielle Patterson, poet
Marrialle Sellars, singer
We were joined by Natalie Phillips, program coordinator for the Domestic Violence Network, who provided information and material on resources to help end domestic violence in Indianapolis and Marion County.
The evening was captured by shehive contributor and budding photographer, Kate Wood, and visual artist Puka. Their work can be found in the two galleries below.
Puka // Cherupuka
live visual performance art
photographer and visual artist
Thank you to all who attended and shared in the beautiful atmosphere. The women317 next show will be our first anniversary in March and details will come very soon. We love you all.