Student Seminar: Media and Activism

The Guerilla Girls are an anonymous group of female artists who assume the characters of deceased women artists and disguise themselves in gorilla masks. The Guerilla Girls have made it their mission to inspire social change by exposing sexism, racism, and corruption in politics, art, film, and pop culture through the use of facts, humor, and strong graphic visuals. Frida Kahlo, a member of the Guerilla Girls, spoke to students from New Design High School and The Beacon School about how they could use media, advertising, and performance art to eliminate bias and spread feminism.

Student Seminar: Media and Activism

The Guerilla Girls spoke to students from New Design High School and The Beacon School about their mission to inspire social change by exposing sexism, racism, and corruption in politics, art, film, and pop culture through the use of facts, humor, and strong graphic visuals.