Bopoluchi - A Traditional Folktale for International Women's Day
Sharing stories of fearless women
Kamini breathes life into fearless women from folklore!
The artists at work inspired by stories
The finished art works ready for sale

Madder Moon Fearless Initiative

Storytelling and Art Jam

The creative community come together to affirm women's right to share public space without fear of violence

Date: 26 Feb 2013

11.00am - 7.00pm

Location: Madder Moon
16 Ann Siang Road #01-01
Singapore 069696

Kamini Ramachandran shares stories  of fearless women from folklore at the launch of this event.

In early January, in response to the horrific rape in Delhi, artist Shilo Shiv Suleman made an online call for entries of posters to affirm women's right to be fearless and free. Within a short while she was flooded with close to 180 creations from artists and designers, professionals and hobbyists - contributors of many nationalities. The Fearless collective grew and blossomed into something beautiful, strong and moving.

Madder Moon is a Singapore-based design gallery that is extending the reach of the Fearless movement by channeling creative energies toward a charitable cause.

The Madder Moon Fearless Initiative runs from 26 February to 8 March, 11am - 7pm daily.
Limited edition posters, art prints and original artworks will be on sale. Artists and designers have freely given their work for this initiative and 100% of the profits will be donated to UNIFEM, supporting women victims of trafficking and rape, among other causes.

Contact:  [email protected]

Story Reference/s

Bopoluchi (Punjab, India)