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Friday
30
MAR

Fat AF! Body Liberation Art Show

19:30
22:00
The Bakery Atlanta
Event organized by The Bakery Atlanta

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Presented by Free Figure Revolution, FAT AF! is an abundant afrofuturistic art show centering fatness + Blackness. The show will feature fat futuristic artists in addition to the data from The Fat Census. Food, seating, music, and accessible/ size-friendly space is provided! Suggested donation of $5-10 but no one will be turned away for lack of funds! <3

The Bakery Atlanta's entrance and bathrooms are ADA accessible, gender affirming, and size inclusive. There are 9 wooden stairs w/ railings located within the first entrance and a ramp located within the secondary entrance. The venue is near the West End and Oakland City MARTA Stations in addition to a free and available parking located in front of the building.

**We're accepting media submissions to the Fat AF! art show from fat artists who's work centers fatness. This includes paintings, drawings, photography, etc. **No performance pieces due to the limitations of the space!** Please be mindful the show is based in Atlanta, GA and you will be responsible for providing your art to the show. The deadline is March 7th, 2018. Email freefigurerevolution@gmail.com to submit!**

If you have any questions about the event or the organization, please email Ashleigh @ freefigurerevolution@gmail.com.
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Free Figure Revolution is a Southern body liberation organization based in Black fat queer futurism. Our work is dedicated to working directly from the margins of our society, centering the highest and most deadly casualties of white supremacist humanity standards, and from the heart and foundation of any and all body liberation movements - Black fat folks. Read more about Free Figure Revolution at FreeFigure.org.

Free Figure's Fat Census is an analytical tool that we created to ask fat people about their experiences to create and provide more data on fatphobia through an intersectional lens. The census is intentionally curated to interrelate how sizism is amplified by antiblackness, racism, ableism, colorism, transphobia, etc. The executive summary and data futurism art release will be at the Fat As Fuck! Art Show on March 30th.