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Juror’s Statement / Dani Sigler:
Reproductive Justice is for Everyone! is full of fantastic artists creating art that facilitates conversation and positive change. The recent overturning of Roe v. Wade is a harsh reminder that we need to fight for our body autonomy now more than ever. Everyone deserves dignity and respect, the right to choose, and safety and support for their choices.” 

About Reproductive Justice is for Everyone!

Reproductive Justice is for Everyone! is an art exhibition organized and hosted by nonprofit organization JAM Humanities. The exhibition explores some of the myriad manifestations, experiences, emotions, and meanings of reproductive justice from present day struggles and organizing to the aspirational and everything in between.

The thirty pieces included in this exhibition were selected by jury process from nearly seventy submissions. The selected works include visual and literary art and cover topics ranging from police violence, religion, contraception, abortion rights and access, historical abortion and fertility control, stigmas and stereotypes, bodily autonomy, healthcare disparities and obstacles, joy, sexual assault, motherhood, being intentionally childfree, being denied the right to have children, and more. 

This exhibition is an expansion and continuation of an in-person exhibit hosted by the Department of Women’s & Gender Studies at the University of South Florida in 2019-2020. That exhibit included artwork by Mariana Baquero, M.C. Baumstark, Gerald A. Brown, Jillian Marie Browning, Habiba El-Sayed, nicole gugliotti, Mac Star McCusker, and Dani Sigler, and was curated and organized by nicole gugliotti and Sarah Jünke. 

Reproductive Justice is for Everyone! will continue to be an evolving collection of works related to reproductive justice. Following the opening of our juried exhibition in August, 2022, JAM Humanities will host future exhibits that will contain a combination of curated and focused open-call submissions. If you would like to receive more information about these opportunities in the future, join our RJIFE! email list.

Thank you to our sponsors!

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reproductive justice is for everyone! Art Exhibition / August 2022

Contact Us

All Inquiries: email Sarah Jünke at rj@jamhumanities.org.

Join the email list for Reproductive Justice is for Everyone! to receive emails related to the exhibition, including events and future calls for submission.

Want to share your thoughts on the exhibition or a particular piece that you love? Add your voice to our Instagram RJIFE! Voices project. 


Organizing Committee

Sarah Jünke
Eliana McLish
nicole gugliotti
Dani Sigler

Artists

Jude Wolff Ackroyd / Nikhi Aum / Amanda Barr / Liza Brenner / Rose Briccetti / Danqi Cai / Jennifer Caputo-Seidler / Sam Carwyn / Jayden Couper / Miranda Darling / Allison Fradkin / LHolley / Taylor Jackson / Rudi Jie-A-Fa / Baileigh Johnson / Johanna Keefe / Epiphany Knedler / Yewande Kotun Davis / Katrina Majkut / Angela Masker / Melissa Meade / Luca Molnar / Helena Wadsley / N.Dia Webb / Erin Williams / Anna Yang

Jury

Jillian Marie Browning / interdisciplinary artist pursuing themes of feminism, identity, and the contemporary black experience, and Assistant Professor of Photography at The University of Alabama at Birmingham.

nicole gugliotti / socially engaged craft artist making work that intersects craft and reproductive justice, and Professor of Art at Tacoma Community College.

Dr. Sujatha Prabhakaran / Abortion Care Physician at Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida.

Dani Sigler / feminist artist, activist, and healthcare worker.

Chloe Wing / fine artist and singer-songwriter; specializes in hand cut paper, light, and shadow installations.


Acknowledgements

Watercolor paintings for logo: Dani Sigler
Linocut lettering for logo: nicole gugliotti
Online exhibition: Sarah Jünke

About JAM Humanities

JAM Humanities is a nonprofit organization that uses history, the arts, and other humanities disciplines to challenge perspectives, increase cultural awareness, and promote social justice. To learn more, visit our website.

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