We were up nice and early on Martin Luther King, Jr., Day ready for a lovely time dedicated to the students at the Santee Education Complex. In a matter of hours, thousands of volunteers transformed the outdoor space at two high schools with HOODsisters-designed murals along four different walls. We’ll be posting more photos and specific details about the meaning of the murals soon on our “Projects” page.
Our first collective mural is scheduled to start March 8th, International Womyn’s Day. We will honor our origins and paint a mural representing a native warrior womyn. Learn more and help us raise funds by visiting our Fundly donation page.
Welcome to our lovely blog page. We are HOODsisters, a group of self-determined womyn and artists who have taken the lack of women-lead public art into their own hands, literally. Our goal is to use this space for archiving, documenting and sharing our mural projects with the world. We look forward to our first mural to be done as a collective group soon. For now browse through and check out what we’ve done thus far.