Pink Potluck

For Pink Progression’s pink potluck, artists brought pink inspired foods to share. Pictured below from left to right: Mindy Bray’s pickled watermelon radishes, Veronica Herrera’s rice crispy treats sprinkled in pink, Viviane Le Courtois’ deliciously bright beet salad, Amy Metier’s gorgeous pink roses, and Kate Woodliff’s cherry cake topped with pink frosting. There were many other delicious pink dishes including pizza, salad, cranberry meatballs, and more.


Our host, Kate Woodliff O’Donnell, served rose wine in pink kitty bottles. We took a group picture (not all artists who attended the potluck are pictured here) at the end of the night.


Thank you, Jennifer Ghormley, for giving us your hand-made t-shirts for the upcoming Women’s March! Each of the artists got hand-made figurines for our chalk event on Jan. 20/21st, pink tea, and a pre-addressed and stamped postcard for the call for entry.




Art & Coffee @ the MCA

Pink Progression artists met at the MCA for art, coffee, and a brainstorming session. We worked on programming, workshop, and interactive artwork ideas as we prepare for our upcoming exhibition at the Denver and Boulder Public Libraries.

Pink at the MCA

Each artist received a tulip bulb to plant. When our exhibit begins, their bulb will bloom pink. The artists also received a card (that they picked at random) from a deck called “Women Cards” created by a group of art directors and designers from around the world to “turn negatives into positives by calling out damaging gender stereotypes.”

MCA Pink Giveaway