The Guerrilla Girls are a group of feminist activists who protest discrimination in the art world with posters, actions, books, videos, and stickers. They wear gorilla masks so no one knows who they are. It's a weird, fun, and powerful way to get their message across and they've been doing it for more than 30 years. We'll watch some of their videos, see some of their art projects and talk about how this group of anonymous women is changing the world during Women's History Month in February.
And before you go you'll make your own button in the style of the Guerrilla Girls! You can take it with you and wear it, or... leave it somewhere anonymously for someone else to find as the Guerrilla Girls would.
For teens 12-18.
Accommodations for persons with disabilities are available upon request. Please ask for the Special Needs Library at 630-2665 or email JPLTBSpecialNeeds@coj.net. This program is free and open to the public.