Time TBD | Virtual and in-person options

Add your story to the laundry line.

You are invited to create a piece individually, collaborate with others, host your own Laundry Day and/or partner with Andrea to create a Laundry Day opportunity with your group or organization.
Add your story to the laundry line.

Time & Location

Time TBD
Virtual and in-person options

About the event

Laundry Day Tip #1: Correct the voice in your head that says that your story is not important to share.

Laundry Days are a call for women* to gather, to listen and be heard, and an opportunity to create pieces of visual storytelling that share and reveal stories and experiences of strength, hope, unity, and resistance of oppression, injustice, and exclusion.

*Airing Out the “Dirty” Laundry holds space for all women across the intersections of race, age, color, disability, faith, religion, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, social class, economic class, ethnicity, gender identity and gender expression.

The possibilities are literally endless in terms of how you choose to participate. Some women have found that they would prefer to create their piece individually and from home, while others have really enjoyed the experience of connecting with others at a Laundry Day Workshop, either virtually or in-person. 

I am happy to speak with you individually about which might work best for you and/or your group and I am here to support you in whatever path feels right. 

If you are intersted in hosting your own Laundry Day, please contact me so that I can be supportive to you on my end by providing you with some tips and ideas for creating and holding this space with your group.

We all have a story to tell. Be a part of the narrative.

With love and gratitude,

Andrea

Andrea Downs is a visual artist, activist, community arts organizer, and educator based in Charlotte, NC. Through her work, Andrea strives to foster collaboration and connection through the building of community connections and an open invitation for a diverse community dialogue. At the center of her work is the value of relationships, connectivity, identity, and open engagement to build stronger communities.

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