In celebration of KFW’s 30th Anniversary, KFW created a one-time special grant, awarding over $20,000 to artists who have been at the forefront of creating feminist art for social change in Kentucky.
The artists who received these grants are focused on meaningful, interactive artmaking that addresses timely and urgent feminist topics. They are forging new connections […]
KFW is excited to announce our Digital Storytelling Project (DSP) as a part of the organizations 30th Anniversary celebration. The DSP uses digital media to tell the story of how KFW grew from a seed planted by founder Sallie Bingham into a sustainable organization deeply rooted in feminist thought and practice. Along with KFW staff, […]
The “Living the Ink” Community Writing Workshop with Crystal Wilkinson will be at Hopscotch House on Saturday June 20, 2015 from 1 – 4pm. Twenty literary artists will explore the spirit and power of writing within a feminist social change environment. Exercises are designed for beginning to advanced creative writers. Activities include crafting poetry, short story […]
The Kentucky Foundation for Women celebrates 30 years of feminist art for social change throughout 2015. KFW’s 30th Anniversary celebrations are intended to increase connection and broaden community impact. The Foundation will be embracing and honoring its history while moving KFW’s vision forward through a special grant program, a residency and community writing workshop, an […]
KFW is honored to be the featured member on the Grantmakers in the Arts (GIA) homepage for March, Women’s History Month! GIA is a national network of private, public and corporate arts funders that provides leadership and service that advances the use of philanthropic and governmental resources to support the growth of the arts and culture.
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