Highlights of Statera at Andromeda's Sisters Arts Advocacy Gala

StateraArts believes in collaboration over competition and we actively seek opportunities to partner with organizations that are creating pathways for advancement for women in the arts.

Last weekend StateraArts joined The Neo-Political Cowgirls (NPC) theatre collective at the historic John Drew theatre at Guild Hall in East Hampton, New York for the final day of their annual Andromeda’s Sisters Arts & Advocacy Gala. The incredible people behind NPC are doing such exciting and important work to create gender balance in arts on Long Island. The StateraArts team was honored to participate.

During our time at Andromeda’s Sisters, Statera’s Operations Director Sarah Greenman, facilitated a creative writing and advocacy workshop which was attended by local artists, writers, activists, community partners, and philanthropists. Greenman was also interviewed by NPC’s Artistic Director, Kate Mueth, followed by a Q & A with attendees.

Thank you to Kate Mueth and the Neo-Political Cowgirls for inviting StateraArts to facilitate Day 2 of Andromeda’s Sisters! Below, you’ll find some snapshots from the event.

Statera workshop participants on Day 2 of Andromeda’s Sisters.

Statera workshop participants on Day 2 of Andromeda’s Sisters.

Statera workshop participants share their writing.

Statera workshop participants share their writing.

Blythe Danner during a play reading on Day 1.

Blythe Danner during a play reading on Day 1.

Laura Gomez during a play reading on Day 1.

Laura Gomez during a play reading on Day 1.

Workshop participants on Day 2.

Workshop participants on Day 2.

Sarah Greenman (left) and Kate Mueth (right).

Sarah Greenman (left) and Kate Mueth (right).