This semester has been a very busy one for All Access! We have had several screenings, all of which have been successful. First, we held a screening at Morehead State Universtiy for a class of 15 students. On that same day we held a screening in an art gallery in Grayson. We finished out that trip with a screening in the School of Art building at Morehead.
We also hosted a Girls Rock Benefit, which not only helped a local cause, but allowed us to share some of our work as well. We shared three media pieces, as well as spoke about our work, and handed out information in the lobby while snapping pictures at our #thxbirthcontrol photo booth!
Our most recent show was in Harlan and was attended by nearly 30 people. Our screening was hosted at the Harlan Civic Center, where artist Carrie Billett is currently showing an exhibit in the art gallery called “That’s What She Said”.
We answered questions at all of the events and held discussions that were very eye-opening. We not only have done screenings, but have attended several events such as Pikeville Pride, Whitesburg’s OKtober Fest, and Mountain Heritage Health Health Fair. All of this is to get more information out to the public, to bridge the gaps in our community around access to birth control. If you or anyone you know would like to do a screening or learn more about what we do, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org