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2012 GGBB meets Trade in Cool and hires them to redesign the website and design the new Map Abortion website!
2012 GGBB hires Rye Young from Third Wave Foundation to oversee research for Cartographies of Choice, and search for more funding!
10/11/2011 GGBB wins NYSCA Film/Media/New Tech Production Grant to create Cartographies of Choice, online abortion map/history project, later renamed ‘Map Abortion’
2011 Josephine Baker makes video promo about Cartographies of Choice to help us win a NYSCA grant.
2011 GGBB invited to participate in NY Artists Book Fair by Printed Matter, at MoMA PS1: Create Heads of State in response to the rape of a hotel maid by Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
2011 GGBB led by Gerda Taro write an article for the Art Journal, “Guerrilla Girls and Guerrilla Girls Broadband: the Inside Story”
June 2011 GGBB joins GGOT and the GG Inc girls in a big retrospective exhibition at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts, organized by the Rutgers Institute for Women and Art.
June 11, 12, 13, 2010, Counter-Recruiting Bootless Camp Fort installation for Figment festival on Governor’s Island, New York.
2010 GGBB starts working with interns from the Women’s Studies department of SUNY Stonybrook, thanks to leadership from Prof Sally Sternglanz
2010 GGBB invited to participate in NY Artists Book Fair by Printed Matter, at MoMA PS1: create ‘Server Supper’ banner.
2010 GGBB receives seed grant from Open Meadows Foundation to develop Cartographies of Choice.
2010 GGBB interviewed for Gender Across Borders, online feminist magazine based in Australia
March 28, 2010, Yoko Ono Lennon gives Courage Awards for the Arts to Guerrilla Girls, Inc., Guerrilla Girls On Tour, and GuerrillaGirlsBroadBand: “In recognition of their outspoken support for women artists, for challenging a male-dominated art establishment, and for their untiring efforts against sexism. The GuerrillaGirlsBroadBand have continuously provoked awareness of injustice, with humor and with courage.”
2010 Mariana Yampolski has taken the website in hand: we move to a Wordpress platform so that all members can upload/edit the site.
2010 Julia De Burgos launches Guerrilla Girls Broadband on Facebook! Several Broads make personal pages to spread the word about the dead women artists whose names they have taken.
October 21, 2009, GGBB panel presentation for Grantmakers in the Arts annual meeting
September 11-December 19, 2009, “Conversation Pieces,” exhibition on conversation and community in contemporary art co-curated by Sean Donaher, Artistic Director of CEPA, Buffalo, and artist Mariam Ghani. Bus shelters and poster, THE ADVANTAGES OF NO CHOICE WHATSOEVER, created.
September 21-24, 2008, “Democracy in America,” organized by Creative Time in the Park Avenue Armory, NYC. Video, “GGBB Investigate Democracy…At the Beach”; performance, September 24, “GGBB Investigate Democracy”; performance, September 27, “Counter-Recruitment Action”
May 17, 2008, GGBB selected by curator Carey Lovelace to participate in "Making it Together: Women's Collaborative Art & Community," an exhibition at the Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY. Invent the Counter-Recruiting interactive performance. Creates GGBB Provoke, Protest, Prevail patch and We Want You! Posters. Day of Performance also includes The Brainstormers, The Waitresses, 6+ Collective, Ridykeulous, Christal Brown & Inspirit, and Spider Woman Theater.
March 2, 2007, GGBB performance, “Why the World Must Change,” UCLA Art & Activism Series, a joint program of the Art/Science and the Art/Global Health Centers
November 9, 2006, launch of BroadBlog! www.guerrillagirlsbroadband.blogspot.com
Mariana Yampolski joins the Broads and starts the Broadblog
March 2, 2006, GGBB performance at New York University in honor of Women's History Month, part of "Our Bodies, Our Battlegrounds: Rebelling for Ourselves"
July 25, 2005, GGBB performance at Santa Fe Art Institute for summer exhibition, “Clothesline: Art, Clothing, Identity”
June 17-July 31, 2005, “Post No Bills” exhibition at White Columns, NYC
November 7, 2005, GGBB performance at the University of Pittsburgh hosted by the Pitt Campus Women’s Organization
November 3, 2004, THE ADVANTAGES OF ANOTHER BUSH PRESIDENCY poster appears on the streets of New York City
April 24 & 25, 2004, GGBBs Alejandra Pizarnik and Minnette de Silva participate in the “Networks, Art & Collaboration” symposium organized by Trebor Scholz, Department of Media Study, SUNY at Buffalo
April 2, 2004, the GGBBs and the Liberal Party of the Yale Political Union, public action to critique the Whitney Biennial
November 6, 2003, GGBBs awarded a BAXten Arts and Artists in Progress Award
June 26-August 8, 2003, “Bright Lights, Big City” exhibition at David Zwirner Gallery, NYC, summer show organized in conjunction with Charley magazine
February 7 to 14, 2003, “Funky Fine Fall Line,” exhibition organized by Judy Collischan to coincide with Fashion Week, Chelsea Art Museum, NYC
June 5-15, 2002, “Art & Outrage,” exhibition organized by Simon Watson, sponsored by TRIO Networks, Robert Miller Gallery, NYC
April 29, 2002, GGBB performance at The Luann Dummer Center for Women, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN
April 11, 2002, GGBB live Internet performance at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, iear Electronic Arts Performance Series, Troy, NY
2002 Creates ‘How to say ‘Feminist’ in Afghanistan’ Teeshirt with Farsi words for ‘Defender of the Rights of Women’ on the front.
March 12, 2002, GGBB performance at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
December 17, 2001, The Gotham Comedy Club, NYC, Benefit for Guerrilla Girls on Tour and GuerrillaGirlsBroadBand
July 23, 2001, Launch of www.ggbb.org website!