My Life in Two Acts
by Tina A. Burkhalter
PLF is so excited to co-produce this show with The Wayward Artists at Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana. Selections from Tina's poetry and playwriting was featured in PLF's previous show, Project #WomenGetLoud.
"Being able to present this work in a fully realized production just seemed like the natural step" says Project La Femme Co-Artistic Director Katie Chidester, "Tina's voice is unique and dynamic. She speaks to the female experience with humor and vulnerability."
Our first live performance took place on March 8th as a fundraiser for She Should Run. We raised over $500 and have an inspiring night of stories and scenes.
Women's March OC!
We headed to Santa Ana to participate in the March for 2018. This was a great way to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of PLF, an idea discussed in the after-hours of the 2017 March.Here's a few pics from 2018 taken by resident PLF photographer, Amber Scott!
POSTER MAKING PARTY!
On Jan 14th at Max Bloom's Cafe in Fullerton, we're inviting anyone interested to come make posters with us for the big march! We'll have posterboard and markers. But feel free to bring your own supplies and super awesome ideas.
Project La Femme is heading to the Women's March OC 1.20.18. Don't have anyone to go with? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll give you details about how join us.
PLF heads to the Women's March 2018!
Are you in the Southern California area and interested in attending this year's March? We are getting a group together to look out for each other and celebrate together! Either Los Angeles or Orange County. More details to come. Feel free to message us at: email@example.com
I'm Not disposable
Amidst the national civil unrest and clash of ideologies in Charlottesville that resulted in the death of a protestor, an online website editor wrote:“ Most people are glad she is dead, as she is the definition of uselessness. A 32-year-old woman without children is a burden on society and has no value.”
In response to this we are compelled to create a flash movement of positivity that focuses on the individual and their benefit in relation to their community. Our goal is to cultivate dialogue through this " I am not disposable" project and asking:
What is your value?
Proccess : At the event we will be taking professional photos of participants answers on large white paper and using them to create a multimedia video to be released shortly after the event.
The event is free and we hope that you will join us in promoting positivity in our community - everyone is invited to participate.
Friday October 6th at Hibbleton in the Magoski Arts Colony as part of the Fullerton Artwalk!
223 W Santa Fe Ave, Fullerton, California 92832