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Active 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Michelene Billy
Pronouns
She/Hers
Office Location
S-340
About Me
The Women’s Resource Center’s Art Campaigns are a chance for students to speak through their art, while contributing to our facility and vice versa to teach advocate for social change using a visual component.
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Departments
Academic Literacy and Linguistics, Accounting, Allied Health Sciences, Business Management, Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development, Center for Ethnic Studies, Computer Information Systems, Counseling, English, Health Education, Interdisciplinary, Library, Mathematics, Media Arts and Technology, Modern Languages, Music and Art, Nursing, Science, Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice, Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts, Teacher Education, Other
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ASAP, BMCC Learning Academy, Career Development, CETLS, E-Learning, Faculty Affairs, Internships and Experiential Learning, President's Office, Research and Scholarly Inquiry, Student Activities

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I am Womxn Art Campaign

I am Womxn Art Campaign

Looking for a home for your womxn empowerment artworks? Well look no further! The Women’s Resource Center’s ongoing I am Womxn Art Campaign is launching! Students can create and display their talents and speak through their art! Examples of themes/topics include, but are not limited to: #BLM – Womanhood – Gender Justice – Racial & Ethnic Identity – LGBTQ+ Women’s Health – Intersectionality – Advocacy and more! Submissions will be featured weekly on our social media, with an overall winner picked every month. The monthly winner will be announced via social media, in our newsletter, and will be 1 of 3 finalists for the I am Womxn Art Campaign. The overall winner will be announced at the WRC End of Semester Celebration in December. For questions email wrc@bmcc.cuny.edu. Art work will be judged based on creativity, intersectionality, and themes that must reflect the Women’s Resource Center’s mission, values and goals. To Enter: – Open to All for Submissions Must be a BMCC/CUNY Student, Faculty or Staff to Win – All submissions must be your own original work All Mediums Welcomed: Paintings, Drawings, Sketches, Graphic Art, Photography, Crafts, etc. – All art must be uploaded digitally in HD formats to submit – Follow the WRC Instagram (@bmcc_wrc) and Facebook (@bmccwrc) accounts so we can tag you – Submit a separate form per submission

Self-Love & Desire :  Body Image & Sexuality After Breast Cancer Art Exhibit

Self-Love & Desire : Body Image & Sexuality After Breast Cancer Art Exhibit

Open Call for Submissions Breast Cancer Awareness Exhibit: Self-Love & Desire: Body Image & Sexuality After Breast Cancer The Exhibit aims to raise awareness about breast cancer through promotion of self-love, body-image, acceptance, a reclaiming of bodies and sexuality. It is a tribute to survivors and an invitation to celebrate loving their bodies. Submissions Representing: positive body image, self-love, empowerment, sex positivity for or about those who have survived, passed or are experiencing breast cancer. Submissions will be featured in our Breast Cancer Exhibit from October 10-25 via the WRC Social Media accounts and on the WRC website. You can email or fill out the Google Form: Email it to wrc@bmcc.cuny.edu If Emailed You Must Include: – Subject Line: Breast Cancer Exhibit Submission – First & Last Name – Active Email Address – CUNY ID – Title of Submission – Description or Caption for your Submission – attached submission – Provide Instagram and facebook handles so that we can tag you (If you are not comfortable sharing that info, just let us know)