Cósmica was invited to be a part of Brooklyn Museum’s First Saturday to celebrate the Radical Women: 1960-1985 show. We did a workshop celebrating different radical women and had participants make candles in their image with a bunch of fun art materials.
We teamed up with brujas and a bunch of other amazing collectives to host their Winter Informal at SPiN– a ping pong social club. Other hosts: Chroma Herban Cura RAGGA Think Olio 8 Ball Community Cass Fédery Pat Hoblin Vita Jude Liana DeVonn Francis DaDa Coz Yung Nihilist Robin Goods Yung Lass
We asked painters, collage artists, photographers, video artists and creative women from across the country to submit work around the theme of sisterhood. The body of work was powerful and varied and we learned so much from each piece. Sol Collective hosted the art show and as always welcomed us into a beautiful space full of community and good vibes.
Hurrican Irma/Maria and the recent earthquakes have left our community from Mexico, Puerto Rico, and many other islands in the Caribbean with complete devastation. That’s why on October 12th, Cósmica hosted Armada Fania’s benefit event to help those in need from these natural catastrophes. 100% of the ticket sales went to organizations helping those in need. There was music by Oscar Nñ, DJ Bembona, and Uproot Andy. We had a beautiful time!
Cósmica was part of the first ever San Anto Zine Fest! In partnership with the historic Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, there was all types of self published work including: comics, poetry, non-fiction, personal stories, anthologies, photography, art and more. We enjoyed seeing so many beautiful Tejanxs there!
We were invited by Mujeristas Collective to be part of Nosotras Zine Fiesta on September 15, 2017. The event was put together to highlight the mujeres/muxeres zine makers and artists that exist and uphold our community. During the event all our zines were bought to be part of the Latinx zine archive at the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection in Austin, one of the premier libraries in the world focused on… Read More
During Rudio Fest 2017 we shared a tent with our magical sisters and sold zines and art during the two days of the festival. We listened to great music, protested Home Depot racist wall activation, got to hang out in Pilsen for the weekend, and ate some amazing mexa food. Gracias Chicago! <3