Give Voice Postcard Project by Eileen Jeng, benefiting the NEA, NRDC, ACLU, & Planned Parenthood

Give Voice Postcard Project by Eileen Jeng, benefiting the NEA, NRDC, ACLU, & Planned Parenthood

LMAKbooks+design is pleased to invite you to participate in the Give Voice Postcard Project, a grassroots, multi-state, arts advocacy initiative organized by Eileen Jeng. This project has the potential to change the current political landscape. 39 artists have created postcards to be sent to our Federal Senators and Representatives at their district addresses. By sending these postcards, our voices would be heard, and we could help protect the arts, culture, environment, women’s rights, our civil liberties, and other important issues. Give Voice will culminate in a revelatory exhibition of artist cards and works from July 20-22.

Proceeds

Proceeds from sales leading up to and through the exhibition in July would go towards the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), or Planned Parenthood–a cause of the artist’s choice.

Resources

For more information, including a list of Federal Senators and Representatives by state, a link to locate their district addresses, facts and figures, and sample letters, please go to neumeraki.com/give-voice/.

Available Postcards

The postcards are sold in packs of 10, along with a blank card and stamps, at neumeraki.com/store as well as at LMAKbooks+design. Packs of assorted postcards are available upon request. If you already have postcards, please grab those and write. Our voices need to be heard!

About the Guest Curator

Eileen Jeng is an independent curator, writer, and consultant as well as the Operations Manager at RxArt in New York City. She has curated numerous shows – most recently Splotch at Sperone Westwater and Lesley Heller Workspace — and published the exhibition catalogue with essays by Eileen Jeng and Robert C. Morgan. She has also contributed to Two Coats of Paint and On-Verge. Previously, she worked at Sperone Westwater and The Art Institute of Chicago in the Department of Contemporary Art. She earned her MA in Arts Administration and Policy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and BA in Art History and Advertising from Syracuse University.

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