Wednesday, January 29 @ 5 – 6:15pm
2650 Humanities Building, Ground Floor, 455 N Park St

A feminist collaboration between three artists and UW-Madison alumni, Spooky Boobs Collective uses art, language, and design manifested through art installations, performances, printed material, social media campaigns, and social interactions to visualize the trivialization of women’s experiences with a mission to halt the perpetuation of sexism in our culture.

Amy Cannestra performs and exhibits both nationally and internationally, including at the TransArt Triennial (2016), TRIO: Biennial in Rio de Janeiro (2017), the Museum of Wisconsin Art, and the Venice Biennial (2019), representing Grenada of the West Indies. Cannestra received her BFA in communication design from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and her MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and is currently a graphic design lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

J Myszka Lewis has exhibited at the International Print Center New York in New York City, the Charles Allis Art Museum in Milwaukee, the Soap Factory in Minneapolis, and the Museum of Wisconsin Art, and participated in residencies at the Jentel Foundation in Banner, Wyoming and the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City, Nebraska. In 2018, she received the Edna Wiechers Art in Wisconsin Award from the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Division of the Arts. Currently a curator at Tandem Press, Lewis received her BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and her MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Maggie Snyder has received awards from the M List: Innovation in the Arts of Madison, Peripheral Vision Publication Fellowship in Dallas, Texas, Wisconsin Community Media Awards, Wisconsin Community Media Awards, Kaleid Gallery of San Jose, California, Heuser Art Gallery and Hartmann Center Gallery of Peoria, Illinois, Chazen Prize for Excellence in Creativity Honorable Mention, and more. Snyder has a BFA and an MFA in conceptual art, and a diploma in audio engineering, and is currently a photography and digital arts lecturer for University of Wisconsin-Madison and Beloit College.