"5 Wounds" by Bettina WitteVeen on view at The Cathedral of St.  John the Divine, NYC.  Photo Credit: Jeffrey Sturges

Launch of "Flowers of Solidarity" and The American Women’s Party by activist and artist Bettina WitteVeen

Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Ave
New York, New York

Friday, February 17


In light of the current political climate, activist and artist Bettina WitteVeen will launch "Flowers of Solidarity "and The American Women’s Party. "Flowers of Solidarity" is a non profit organization that will plant sunflowers as symbols of solidarity and action in front of institutions that serve people who are targeted by the Trump administration. The American Women’s Party is an organization that will bring together other political parties and advocacy groups with the explicit mandate to empower women, to safe guard democratic institutions, and to guarantee the sacrosanctity of all sentient life. The event, a salon, will coincide with a discussion about her art installation "5 Wounds" as part of "The Christa Project: Manifesting Divine Bodies," on view until March 12.

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