by Deogracio Secretario

WHO:  Simeon Den Gallery with the Wyld Womxn  Creative Collectiive

WHAT:  “The New Feminist Gaze”

WHEN:  Opening exhibit on Saturday, January 13, 2018

WHERE:  Simeon Den Gallery, 68895 Perez Rd, #I-27

Media Contact:  Simeon Den, 310-801-6538

All eyes will be on all-female art show ‘The New Feminist Gaze’ in January 2018 at Simeon Den Gallery, located at 68895 Perez Rd # I-27 in Cathedral City, CA. Curated by Simeon Den and Nalani Hernandez-Melo, the show explores the complexities of being a woman through the eyes of the current generation of Feminists and what it means to be a Feminist today. With a focus on women empowerment and education, Simeon Den Gallery has partnered with local feminist creative collective Wyld Womxn to activate the space and feature related programming, discussions, and performances.

Save the Dates:
Saturday, Jan 13th, 2018: Opening Reception 6:30p.m. to 8:00p.m.

Tuesday, Jan 16th, 2018 – Panel Discussion 6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m.

Sunday, Jan 21st, 2018 – Performances 5:00p.m. to 7:00p.m.

Wednesday, Jan 24th, 2018 – Panel Discussion 6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m.

Saturday, Jan 27th, 2018 – Mercado + Closing Reception 2:00p.m. to 6:00p.m.

Three artists from this show  will be selected to present in a group show  later in the year and this exhibit  and it’s themes are slated to be an annual event.

“Wyld Womxn is proud to partner with Simeon Den Gallery,” says the feminist collective’s founder Michelle Castillo, “The collective resonates with the gallery’s values of highlighting diversity, intergenerational connectivity, and inclusivity which helps to bridge the gaps within the community.” The slate of programs will expand upon the art show theme, creating intersectional dialogue and offering dimensions through multiple creative disciplines.

From the eclectic to the sublime, Simeon Den directs a non-traditional gallery and e-commerce enterprise that showcases his personal métier in the contemporary and temple arts. His contemporary art niche attends to the spiritual and transcendent schools, the minimalist style, the Zen aesthetic, the figurative and whimsical influences, and the political and subversive beauty of LGBTQ expressions in art. The gallery also functions as a community building effort by hosting and offering classes and workshops in the Temple Arts—yoga, tai ch’I, meditation groups, sound bath sessions, a writers circle, feng shui services, bereavement group, Zen brush painting, and various performance-based activities including Butoh Dance and live improvised music making.Information regarding the month long programming are on the Gallery website:

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