The Hornraiser is over, and praise to the goddess we did it! 155 Donors, 146% Funded, $21,935 ! We are truly humbled, overjoyed, uplifted, and enriched by this experience and the outpouring of support we received from y'all. Your support has not just been financial, it has been a validation of our belief in a more diverse, more inclusive, more political, more engaged art world.
In the next coming weeks we are hunkering down and working hard on finishing the preparations for our first exhibition, Notes on Sugar, and the accompanying publication. We will keep you posted with an opening reception date and news about the Campos-Pons visit, both of which will happen before the end of February, 2018. After that, more news about the subsequent exhibition and programs!
Also, keep following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for shared articles, news, and commentary about curatorial activism, feminism, critical race studies, and more! The Neon Queen Collective is here to stay!
Love and appreciation, in abundance and joy,
The Neon Queens
(Jessi DiTillio, Kaila Schedeen, and Phillip Townsend)