Donna Kaz (1995) received the Devil’s Kitchen Literary Festival’s Best Nonfiction Book Award of 2017 for her book, "UN/MASKED, Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl On Tour." UN/MASKED exposes in thoughtful nuance what it’s like to be an artist, a feminist, and a person recovering from abuse—and where artists today can expand on the work of the activists who came before. - BITCH magazine Kaz's "Act Like a Feminist Artist" tour will make stops in Atlanta, Baltimore, Montana, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and beyond. Tour locations and dates

Lava Thomas (2003 + winter 2009) "Double Take: One Artwork Two Viewpoints," Joanna Marsh, SAAM Senior Curator of Interpretation, and Kevin Strait, Music Historian and Curator from the National Museum of African American History and Culture, will discuss Lava Thomas' work, "Requiem for Charleston" as part of the SAAM program. Smithsonian American Art Museum Lincoln Gallery for Contemporary Art November 14, 2017 | 6-7pm Learn more

Minal Hajratwala (2014) "Where Are You From?" Lecture and performance at the California Institute of Integral Studies February 1, 2018 7:00pm Learn more