In celebration of the 100th year of the 19th amendment, the SBMA is looking forward to hearing and sharing the voices of our community expressing the realities of being women in a global world. Through the SBMA, Regina M. Williams asks women and women-identifying participants from the community to share their personal narratives about the often complex and unpredictable journey of being a woman. Through this performance art piece, participants are asked to use whatever they have within their means to record the audio story in an effort to be as unobtrusive to the process, ultimately eliciting authenticity. As a working artist, Williams expresses the experiences of women through her art, in an attempt to promote global understanding, diversity, and respect for cultural differences.
Each week Williams will review emailed submissions, editing together the stories in an episodic series of spoken words. The resulting podcast will be posted on Saturday mornings at 11 am
for the duration of the Dear Hans exhibition. (Oct 24, Oct 31, Nov. 7, Nov. 14, Nov 21, Nov 28, Dec 5, Dec 12, Dec. 19).
We are excited to be selected to participate in the Dear Hans exhibit at the South Bend Museum of Art. Our podcast will curate a special collection of voices from our listeners' submissions. Please click below if you'd like to be considered for this series.