Women On The Edge is a bi-monthly digital zine celebrating feelings from the mundane to the extreme. Released here in themed weekly segments over the course of the month, our goal is to present work in the most subjective way possible – through emotion!
As with everything we do in our daily lives we inherently drag our feelings and memories into any artistic experience. Women On The Edge seeks to embrace and elevate this subjectivity and counter the traditionally white/patriarchal idea that there is a universal way to create or engage art. There cannot actually be an objective standard and there never was, so let’s get deep down in the muck and splash around in the mud pile of our feelings together!
As part of this work, we’re collaborating with Dana Kaplan Angle on a physical space element (along with this digital one) — aka a clothing swap fundraiser and viewing party, where we come together in community, swap clothes, and raise money for grassroots orgs led by black and brown people.
October 2019 Business
December 2019 Growth
February 2020 Why Would You Say That To Me?
April 2020 TBD
June 2020 TBD
August 2020 TBD
Dana Kaplan Angle
We are funded through generosity and our own money and value equitable relationships, both financially and creatively, with all of our collaborators.