Opulent Mobility is an annual group exhibit that re-imagines disability as opulent and powerful. Join the artists of Opulent Mobility 2020 as they discuss their art, disability, and their involvement with the exhibit!
Contact me for the Zoom link. This meeting will be closed captioned for better accessibility. It will also be recorded, so get in touch if you can't make it in person.
December 13th at 10 AM PST, 1 PM EST, 6 PM GMT, and 11:30 PM IST.
This year's artists are:
A. Laura Brody, Yaron Dotan, Corina Duyn, Jennifer Fearon, Sandy Huse, David Isakson, Molshree Jain, Wendy Lewis, Vincent Mattina, Rebecca Niederlander, Ellice Patterson of Abilities Dance Boston, Penny Richards, Katherine Sherwood, Abigail Stockinger, Misty Stokes, Dianna Temple, and Emily Tironi.
The exhibit will be online December 5th at www.opulentmobility.com.
A little video I made on changing size (and coming to terms with it).
Please note: I'm not looking for diet and exercise tips! Thanks so much. This is about learning to love my body the way it is. And I hope you love yours too.
If you'd like to know more about any of the health issues I mentioned, here are some quick links:
Adrenal fatigue and chronic stress
Perimenopause and menopause
I did a Stitch Therapy Zoom meetup on Sunday, which was awesome. I've been feeling the need to stab things multiple times, and I figure it's safest to do that on fabric and much more fun to do it in good company. It was a hoot, and we'll be doing it again on the first Sunday of each month until we can meet safely in person.
Hey, maybe even after that.
If you'd like to join in, send me a note and I'll send you the link.
In other news:
Alter your Clothes Like a Pro starts online this Saturday. If you've been meaning to get your clothes better fitted, this is an excellent opportunity! Click on the link to sign up.
This year's Opulent Mobility exhibit is shaping up beautifully. In the meantime, check out some of the artists. Penny Richards has been part of Opulent Mobility since 2015. She makes wonderful wheelchair costumes for her son Jake.
How We Are is a wonderful project by Nicole Walker and Matthew Batt on how artists, writers, musicians, and thinkers are dealing with these pandemic times. They generously let me share some of my thoughts. Click on the link and spend some time checking out the other photos and essays!
Thanks to you all. Let's get out the vote and keep that hope alive.
A. Laura Brody
I re*make mobility devices and materials and give them new lives. Sometimes I staple drape.