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Saturday, April 30, 2016 from 3-4:15pm

LuLu LoLo as child at Haarlem House with Metropolitan Opera singer Licia Albanese and childhood friend Elizabeth Cunningham

LuLu LoLo as a child at Haarlem House with Metropolitan Opera singer Licia Albanese and childhood friend Patricia Cunningham

LuLu LoLo will present The Artifacts of Haarlem House/LaGuardia Memorial House: Memorable and Tangible on the panel “The Neighborhood as Landscape”

John D Calandra Italian American Institute Annual Conference
“Migrating Objects: Material Culture and Italian Identities”
25 West 43 Street 17th floor (La Galleria)

 
 

Saturday, May 14, 2016  5:45-7:45pm

IAWA’s Open Reading Series–Saturday, May 14, 2016–Joe Giordano & LuLu LoLo Pascale

Readings by LuLu LoLo

LuLu LoLo and Joe Giordano author of "Birds of Passage, An Italian Immigrant Coming of Age Story"

Italian American Writers Association
Cornelia Street Café
29 Cornelia Street off Bleecker
Cover: $9 includes complimentary drink

 

Listen to LuLu LoLo’s Women’s History Month
Podcast for the Municipal Arts Society

LuLu LoLo’s Women’s History Month Podcast for the Municipal Arts Society

Photo: Audrey Gray

Click here to listen.

 

Why Does New York Honor So Few Women in Monuments?

Why Does New York Honor So Few Women in Monuments?
LuLu LoLo with Vilma Nelson

Photo: Tequila Minksy

Click here to read the article by Tequila Minsky.

 

Municipal Arts Society Walking Tour of Sculptures of Women

Click here to read the article by Tequila Minsky.

Walking tour of sculptures of women
Thanks Gale A. Brewer, Manhattan Borough President for your support of Where are the Women Monuments and the Triangle Fire Memorial

Photo: Tequila Minksy

 

Where are the Women?
A Call for Monuments of Women In New York City 

Comment and Post Nominations on Facebook

Take your Photo Holding up this Placard with your Nomination (Click Here to Download)

Take your Photo Holding up this Placard with your Nomination (Click Here to Download)

Twitter:@FabLuLuLo

Instagram: thelululolo

 

Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 11am 

LuLu LoLo  Leads a Tour for  the Municipal Arts Society Celebration of Women's History Month: In Search of Monuments to Women

MAS Celebrates Women's History Month:  In Search of Monuments to Women

LuLu will lead a tour visiting three of the five monuments honoring women in New York City: the Harriet Tubman Memorial, the Joan of Arc Memorial, and the Eleanor Roosevelt Monument. Also included in this tour will be the Fireman's Memorial, which depicts the more traditionally acceptable anonymous allegorical figures of women in public monuments. The tragic Audrey Munson was the model not only for the Firemen's Memorial, but also for most of the allegorical monuments in New York.

Tickets Cost: $30 / $20 Members

Please purchase tickets online or call (212) 935-2075, Monday-Friday 9-5.

Meeting locations are provided after tickets are purchased.

All tours proceed rain or shine.

 
A Street-Level Search for Women to Put on a Manhattan Pedestal

Photo: David Gonzalez

Read David Gonzalez's column in The New York Times:
A Street-Level Search for Women to Put on a Manhattan Pedestal

 

Where are the Women?

Read Adrian Leeds' January 20, 2016 Parler Paris article, Where are the Women?

 

December 17, 2015

Honoring Joan of Arc’s UWS Statue, Pushing for More to Commemorate Women

The Joan of Arc of Statue at West 93rd Street
and Riverside Drive. | TEQUILA MINSKY

Honoring Joan of Arc’s UWS Statue, Pushing for More to Commemorate Women

 

December 3, 2015
LuLu LoLo Celebrates the Centennial of the Joan of Arc Statue

Joan of Arc Memorial in Riverside Park Turns 100

Interviewed on NY 1 News: “Joan of Arc Memorial in Riverside Park Turns 100

Click here to watch

   

December 3, 2015

Joan of Arc Monument Centennial Celebrates Odds-Defying Women
 
Interviewed by Emily Frost for DNAinfo News: “Joan of Arc Monument Centennial Celebrates Odds-Defying Women"
 
Joan of Arc Monument Centennial Celebrates Odds-Defying Women
 
   

Tequila Minsky captures LuLu LoLo

Tequila Minsky captures LuLu LoLo
 
   

Saturday, November 21, 2015
LuLu LoLo as Joan of Arc: A Circular Monument Honoring Women

Michael Parenti Book Presentation

 
   

Listen in to LuLu LoLo on WBAI Talk Back New York, We, and Thee Edition With  John McDonagh, Corey Kilgannon, and Suzanna Geraghty discussing  the lack of monuments to women

Our conversation begins around 17:40 but check out the entire show it's great: http://nuarchive.wbai.org/mp3/wbai_151111_100003talkbackNYW.mp3

 
   

Photo: Keka Marzagao
Costume and Prop Design: Ramona Ponce

LuLu LoLo as Joan of Arc of 14th Street
Asks “Where are the Women?”
A Call for Monuments of Women in New York City

Art in Odd Places 2015: RECALL
Curated by Kendal Henry and Sara Reisman
Founder/Director Ed Woodham

LuLu LoLo as Joan of Arc of 14th Street calls attention to the lack of public monuments honoring women in New York City, highlighting the disgraceful inequality of 150 monuments honoring men as opposed to only 5 honoring women.

Lulu LoLo will invite the public to pose with a placard proclaiming their choice of a woman who deserves a permanent monument in New York City during these times:

Saturday, October 10th and Sunday, October 11th, 2015
1:00-1:30 pm at the Jeanne d’ Arc apartment building 200 West 14th Street at 7th Ave.
1:30-2:00 pm March on North side of 14th Street from 7th Avenue to Union Square Park
2:00-2:30 pm Southwest corner of Union Square at14th Street and University Place
2:30-3:00 pm at Gandhi Statue Southwest corner of Union Square Park

AiOP Opening Reception: Friday, October 9th
• 5:00 - 8:00pm at Pedro Albizu Campos Plaza14th Street between Avenues B & C

The public’s choices and images will be posted:
Facebook: wherearethewomenmonuments
Twitter: @FabLuLuLoLo
Instagram: thelululolo

 
   

AiOP 2015: The Students’ Perspectives: The AiOP Class from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Untapped Cities, Guide to 2015 Art in Odd Places NYC on 14th Street by AFineLynn

AiOP 2015: RECALL Thinker in Residence: Mary Ting

Bowery Boogie, Art in Odd Places, ‘RECALLed’ at The Lodge Gallery (RECAP) by Lori Greenberg

AiOP 2015 : RECALL Thinker in Residence: Quinn Dukes

Town & Village Blog, Art in Odd Places explores event’s past and changes along 14th Street by Sabina Mollot

 
   

PILGRIMAGE BY PROXY: Paris Chapter

LuLu LoLo’s Symbolic Journeys for People—

PILGRIMAGE BY PROXY: Paris Chapter

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Read what Adrian Leeds of House Hunter’s International says about Pilgrimage By Proxy