November 3-30, 2015
Open: Tue-Sun, 12-7
New Orleans, LA 70113
Ceramics, textiles, publications, art prints, stationery, and other exceptional goods created by women artists and makers from across the US.
Download our free poster here!
Friday, November 6, 4-5pm
Youth Empowerment Project’s Design Studio Class Visit
The Design Studio class will be stopping by to talk about running an art business with Rodrina Rouege, Renée Johnson, Kallie Tiffault, and Debbie Anderson Rusher.
Saturday, November 7, 12-7pm
Come buy the shop! Meet people, do some shopping, get a free poster about the wage gap, and enjoy the amazing Central City Festival right outside our door. Lush Cosmetics will be having a mini job fair outside.
Tuesday, November 10, 7-8pm
Negotiation Workshop for Women
Develop strategies to define your value and advocate for the compensation you deserve. Led by Lelia Gowland of Gowland, LLC. Free. Childcare will be provided.
Thursday, November 12, 10am
FIKA with The Blue House
FIKA is a tradition in Sweden of having a break, most often of coffee, bread, and pastries, with one’s colleagues, friends, or family. The Blue House has a weekly FIKA, Thursday morning at 10am.
Saturday, November 22, 10am-noon
Meet and Learn with Electric Girls
The Electric Girls, a 12-week program that engages girls in electronics, audio, programming & design through peer mentorship, will be showing off their hard work by demoing in-progress projects in robotics and more.
Wednesday, November 25, 12-7pm
Thanksgiving Pie Pick-Up
Stop by and buy a special fresh Thanksgiving pie from Cake by the Pound. Meet Katy and Leah!
<100 is a traveling pop-up shop for gender wage equality. Each installment offers work by exceptional women artists, makers, and entrepreneurs from throughout the US, priced to reflect the wage gap in its respective location.
Our current project, 66<100, focuses on Louisiana, where women earn just 66% of what men earn—one of the worst income disparities in the nation.
Mirroring this inequality, male shoppers pay 100% of the retail price of any item, while those who identify as women pay 66% of this price. It is our hope that this “pay what you’re paid” pricing helps to make the impact of the wage gap tangible, and to foster dialogue and positive action around this issue. Events held throughout the month will also connect, empower, and promote local women and girls.
The project is not for profit, with all sales going directly to our featured artists. We also pay all our contributors and collaborators a fair wage. Less Than 100 is made possible through support from grants and donations.
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