Episode 18: Shira Richter – Multi-Interdisciplinary Visual Artist working to unapologetically increase awareness to the feminist politics of motherhood

A juicy chat with Shira Richter – Multi-Interdisciplinary Visual Artist working to unapologetically increase awareness to the feminist politics of motherhood. We discuss mothering the muse (and the self), funneling your creative energy to the correct channels, not forsaking art for motherhood or motherhood for art, always looking for the beauty, the strange species that are artist-mothers, feminist economics and the importance of conversations between artists (especially women!):

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Show Notes:

 

About Shira Richter

The Women and Money Project (Sept 6 – Dec 10) in collaboration with the Minnesota Women’s Caucus for Art (Mn WCA) and the Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota

Mn WCA intro for Shira w/ event dates

Registration information for Shira’s lectures

Facebook event for September 9 public reception

Jewbalations podcast interview with Shira & Ellen Schillace on The Women and Money Project (August 2016)

Gala Conference Celebrating The Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement (MIRCI)’s 20th Anniversary in Toronto (Oct 14 – 16, 2016)

Both Artist & Mother interview by Kate Fisher (May 2016) – Kate is our foremother connection! Check out HER Who’s Your Mama interview here.

“Our Enemies Realize Our Power Long Before We Do” video by M / OTHER VOICES

The Sisterhood: When An Artist Becomes a Mother Interview interview (May 2015) 

International Museum of Women: MAMA. Motherhood Around the Globe – Heroes interview

M / OTHER VOICES: Counting Our Assists blog post (May 2015)

Madications (2009)

The Mother Daughter and Holy Spirit exhibits (2006 – 2009)

If Mothers Counted – Status Symbols for the Invisible Art of Mothering” by Hadara Scheflan Katzav and Shira Richter, from Counting on Marilyn Waring: New Advances in Feminist Economics (2000)

Counting for Nothing: What Men Value and What Women are Worth by Marilyn Waring

M / OTHER VOICES

The Mother Load Project

Both Artist and Mother

Demeter Press

The Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement (MIRCI)

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