KFW is profiling Estella Conwill Májozo for Black History Month in honor of her dedication to social justice and extensive efforts to highlight the achievements and struggles of African Americans and spark social change.
Estella Conwill Majozo: Shining a Light on History and Creating a New Path
Dr. Estella Conwill Majozo is not done telling the story of African American history. Her […]
KFW Presents “Strength in Three”
On Friday, February 2nd artists from the 2016 Summer Residency Program showcased the completed work of the projects started during their stay at the Hopscotch House. In the exhibit called “Strength in Three”, KFW artists Sandra Charles, Alexis “STIX” Brown, and Lindsey Windland collaborated with the Art Sanctuary to present a […]
We will be hosting an art exhibit at The Art Sanctuary to present the work of the artists that participated in our Hopscotch House Summer Residency program. Please join us as members of KFW showcase their art through paintings, drawings, photos, and other forms of mediums. Opening night is Friday, February 2 from 6pm-9pm. The event […]
In our newest blog post “The Legacy Continues,” Ellen Birkett Morris interviews Sallie Bingham and Judi Jennings about their work in arts, activism, and social justice today, where they emphasize the importance “to rebuild a new and realistically hopeful vision for what our communities, state, and nation can be.” Click here to read the full […]
The following guest blog is from Ellen Birkett Morris, a Louisville-based writer.
The Legacy Continues
On Sunday, September 24 Kentucky Foundation for Women community members gathered at Hopscotch House as Judi Jennings, former KFW Executive Director, received the Sallie Bingham Award and Amani Nichae received the Firestarter Award.
The Firestarter Award honors a young woman who shows meaningful promise in developing […]
We celebrated KFW Day 2017 at Hopscotch House on September 24. KFW Day is more than an awards ceremony; it is an opportunity for the feminist community to come together and share ideas. We had an excellent turnout of Kentucky feminists and artists who got to make valuable networking connections. Of course, we also honored […]
The following guest blog is from Rebecca Amsler.
During our annual board retreat a few months back each of us were asked to contribute to KFW’s blog. My assigned month was June and though I’ve never considered myself a procrastinator, it seems as I’ve hit my forties I can add that to my resume for reasons […]
In our latest guest blog post, KFW Board member Rebecca Amsler talks about her relationship to the concept of feminism.
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The following guest blog is from Shayla D. Johnson, a Lexington-based artist and member of the KFW Board.
In the Beginning
“In the beginning God created……..” (Genesis 1:1a) I love that God’s first “movement” was to “create”; it justifies why He created me the way He created me. I am movement. I am breath. I am art. I create.
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