Dis…Miss is a public visual art experience with short videos, postcards, and audience engagement.   40 outstanding L.A. artists are instigating dialogues online and in various public settings around evolving perceptions and attitudes about gender and intersectional feminism.   The videos, performances and images present nuanced ideas on these complex topics as they simultaneously aim to confront stubborn inequalities and stereotypes in our culture today. Freewaves’ audience engagements take the form of screenings, workshops, discussions and audience interactions in the greater Los Angeles area and beyond.

After an official launch at LACE in November 2016 and an exhibition at UCI Beall Center for Art + Technology, Dis…Miss events have occurred at Human Resources, Femmebit, FAR Bazaar, Cerritos College, Keystone studios, City of Glendale, Pussyhat Project: Outloud, Art + Feminism: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, Las Fotos Project at Plaza de la Raza, AAPI Identities and Gender Expressions Workshop at Japan America Community Cultural Center, Glendale City College with April Bey, KCET Departures, ArtBound, Mitu, Youtube, Vimeo, Buzzfeed, Upworthy, KAOS Network, Echo Park Film Center, California African American Museum, Self Help Graphics with Cine Estes, Hollywood Boulevard, Cypress City College, USC Visions and Voices, Vincent Price Art Museum, Faces exhibition at Schaumbad -Freies Kunstatelier in Graz, Austria. Freewaves asked college students for their responses through deeper engagement at ELACC, CSULA, UCI, GCC, Scripps, USC, Cerritos, and Occidental.

More is planned for 2020 and 2021!

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