Kate Raphael talks with Christine Cali, director and creator of "WAH Fest 2016", a festival designed to visibly amplify and widen the impact of women’s work in the arts. WAH (We Are Here) Fest will run from April 29 and 30, and May 1 with six dance performances by women choreographers, music by local singer-songwriters, visual arts, discussion and more. We're also joined by chroeographer Ayana Yonesaka and musician Matt Langlois.
WAH Fest will be held at Dance Mission Theater
3316 Mission St. near 24th Street BART station
Get your tickets for WAH Fest here!
30% of ticket and art sales go directly to support the Homeless Children's Network and San Francisco SafeHouse.
WAH! Fest is a platform for DIVERSE WOMEN choreographers, musicians, and visual artists creating contemporary work through a feminist lens, including those who identify on the gender continuum as woman.
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Also on today's show:
Pioneering Oakland Journalist Brenda Payton
Events for Bay Area FeministsWednesday, April 13 at 11 AM
Cantor Arts Center - Patricia S. Rebele Gallery
Intimate Frontiers: The Male Gaze in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna
650-498-1480 or visit museum.stanford.edu
Today thru April 16, 5-8 PM
480 23rd Street between Telegraph and Broadway, through the side entrance.
DIVINE INVASIONS: SIX MALE ARTISTS ALLYING WITH THE DIVINE FEMININE
510-229-7035 or Krowswork.com
Friday, April 15
Celebrate KPFA's 67th birthday.