Social Justice Street Fair July 14 @ 11:30 am – 3:00 pm Join Maine’s social justice organizations for our first ever Social Justice Street Fair! Learn about the amazing work happening in our community to advance social, economic, environmental, and racial justice. Future MOthers will have […]
March, protest, show support SATURDAY June 30th to Keep Families TOGETHER! In Maine there are events happening all over the state. For more info visit these links: Bangor Cascade Park 10AM . Portland City Hall 3-5PM Augusta Maine State House, 11AM REV. JAMES FORBES: “Let’s put it in historic context. […]
Future Mothers will be at 61 India Street in Portland, Maine from 10-1:30 to participate in Park(ing) Day. Park(ing) Day is a National Event created to draw attention to how much space is taken up by vehicles and reclaim those spaces for social or artistic […]
Thank you to everyone who came to East Bayside National Night Out at Peppermint Park on Tuesday night! Big shout out to Mayo Street Arts! Future Mothers Future Bridges was honored to be a part of the event. I feel hopeful today and am reminded […]
FUTURE BRIDGES: a socially engaged art project creating open spaces and platforms for community building, public action and social change. Thank you to all who showed up & participated in Future Bridges at the Portland Print Fair! NEXT: FUTURE BRIDES @ 8/2 National Night Out EAST […]
We have launched a new project called Image Traffic. The primary goal of Image Traffic is to bring more artists into the collective vision and practice of the Future Mothers project. From the beginning, Future Mothers has fostered collaborative participation and created space and vehicles […]
There is so much to say about American writer Octavia Butler and her extraordinary books. Parable of the Sower(1993) was my first experience with her writing. It’s brutally honest portrayal of a post apocalyptic America was unlike any other sci-fi novel I had read so […]
The Future Mothers Tent, Jabar and Kinsella’s collaborative piece is an actual tent, printed all over with images of women, many from the Middle East, meant to invite visitors in for conversation and gathering. Both artists teach at Maine College of Art.