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MICA Unveiled: Art Reception at BOMBYX

May 25 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Celebrate the artists at BOMBYX.

Saturday, May 25th from 2:00-4:00 pm.

Immerse yourself in a vibrant celebration of artistic talent! Join us at the BOMBYX Center for Arts & Equity for the MICA Unveiled art reception with our featured artists. Mingle with fellow art enthusiasts, indulge in delicious crudite and wine, and experience MICA artists’ captivating new works.

Embark on a transformative journey where the human spirit’s resilience confronts life’s complexities. Witness bandages metamorphose into a testament to caregiving, and vibrant colors erupt in protest against injustice. As part of the MICAfest exhibition, this powerful exhibit celebrates women’s strength through the multifaceted lens of m/otherhood. Explore a range of artistic mediums, from mixed-media assemblages that breathe new life into everyday materials to evocative paintings that capture the depth of human emotion. Be prepared to have your perceptions challenged and your empathy ignited as these talented female artists share their intimate experiences, universal themes, and unwavering calls for social change.

Wake the Dead DonutsIllustrated emblem features a white skull with mountains and a rising sun inside its head. The mountains are green with white peaks, and the sun has colorful rays. The background is split with pink on the left and gold on the right.

Mobile mini donut makers popping up at fairs, festivals, and private events around Western Massachusetts with our hot, fresh, funky minis. Yum!
M/otherhood in Motion: Dance and Theatre Dance, performance, and a staged reading with our visual art exhibition May 11, 2024 | 7:00 PM | Location: Northampton Center for the Arts Haile Eshe Cole, Kelly Silliman, Jessica Roseman, and Laura Sánchez. Featuring visual art at the Split Level Gallery at 33 Hawley. Part of #MICAfest2024 Top left and clockwise: Haile Eshe Cole, Laura Sánchez, Kelly Silliman, and Jessica Roseman, Art pictured by Esther S White.

Roxanne Neiman

Immerse yourself in the evocative prose poetry of Roxanne Neiman. Her poem “Glass Eyes” captures the visceral emotions of a mother when her daughter is lost, offering a poignant reflection on motherhood. Accompanied by Andrew Van Assche on guitar.

Visual artists exhibiting at BOMBYX Center for Arts and Equity

Elena Allee | Christina Balch | Lyza Fennell | S.T. Gately | Robin Griffith | Barbara Hageman Sarvis |  | Sarah Marquesen | Matthew Mattingly | Ellen Pollock | | Alyona Skripka | Michelle Vigeant |

A Gallery Sneak Peak

This is a free event. Let us know you’re coming by RSVPing below.

M/others Institute for Collaboration and Art (MICA) is a mother-led, Western Massachusetts organization strictly dedicated to supporting m/other artists. Your contributions as a paying ticket member are a ticket to saying, yes, I support artist m/others. As a small organization, we appreciate the support of people like you. We thank you for making a tax-deductible donation to MICA to support m/other artists.

This festival is a truly unique celebration. If you know of anywhere else doing a month-long festival supporting, spotlighting, and bringing into the conversation 80 m/other artists, please let us know! Seriously.


M/others Institute for Collaboration and Art (MICA)
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BOMBYX Center for Arts and Equity
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