Leeway presents an exhibition in conjunction with Philadelphia Open Studio Tours 2011
and BIG TEA PARTY ARTIST TALK with ELIZABETH FIEND
ARTIST TALK: Wed. Nov. 9th, 6-8pm: Elizabeth Fiend, Anula Shetty, and Michelle Myers –FREE
AT: Leeway Foundation, 1315 Walnut Street, Suite 832, Philly
ELIZABETH FIEND: GONZO HEALTH and ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVIST
Elizabeth is an educator, filmmaker, author, musician and artist. She currently specializes in film making, writing and motivational speaking and aspires to be an agent of social change who uses artistic expression combined with extensive research and reliable information to improve the health of individuals, the community and the planet. Elizabeth conceives, writes, produces and hosts how-to videos that encourage people to use their own imagination, skill and energy to advance not only their lives but the community around them and ultimately the planet. Elizabeth’s goal is to promote a sustainable living trinity – good health, environmentalism and community activism, a practical, rewarding lifestyle where ones actions won’t have a negative effect on future generations.
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COME MEET and TALK with this INTERESTING WOMAN!
The Leeway Foundation supports women and transgender artists who create social change. Our fall exhibit, Tongue-in-Cheek, features works by ten artists—the majority of whom are previous recipients of Leeway grant and award programs—exploring playful, whimsical images and concepts through diverse mediums such as painting, photography, screenprinting, puppetry and video.