Politically Resistant Programming Guide

Since the inauguration of the Trump administration, more than forty Common Field members from across the nation responded to our call to action and shared their programs around art and resistance as a guide to all the. Below is the list of programs. For statements, please go here.

Common Field seeks to continue to amplify the politically resistant programming of our members. We seek to continue to grow our list and collect information on your programming. We encourage you to please fill out our brief survey, so we can add your ideas and projects to our growing list.


100 Days Action, Bay Area

Clockshop, Los Angeles
Ongoing: Counter-Inaugural

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Los Angeles
Closed in solidarity with #J20 Art Strike
FutureClown’s Inaugural Address

Machine Project, Los Angeles
Legion of Hackers for the Revolution: Info Session #1
Cybersecurity for Modern Hellscapes, How to Resist a Trumpling

Materials & Applications, Los Angeles

Southern Exposure, San Francisco
Resistance is Fruitful: A Day of Collective Production

Women's Center for Creative Work (WCCW), Los Angeles
At Women's March Los Angeles
Women's March Intersectional Breakfast
The Feminist Library on Wheels
WCCW Parenting Group Hey Baby
Ongoing series of many workshops and events


Artspace New Haven
Strike And Balls
Post Election Poll


Sixty Inches From Center, Chicago​


Public Space One, Iowa City
Near Future


Antenna, New Orleans
Anti-Fascist Reading Club


SPACE Gallery, Portland
Get Ready Weekly
APRIL 10: Come make visuals for the Tax March on April 15th in Portland.
APRIL 17: Come make visuals for the March for Science on April 22nd in Portland. This workshop is in collaboration with 350Maine and Artists’ Rapid Response Team.
APRIL 24: Come make visuals for the People’s Climate March on April 29th in Augusta.
MAY 1: Come celebrate International Workers’ Day (May Day) with GRW! Using Pickwick Independent Press postcards, we will be writing to local and national leaders in support of workers rights.


Informality, Kansas City
Informal Gathering #1

The Luminary, St. Louis
Mayoral Town Hall on Arts and Culture, Public Art Event by Citizen Artist


Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe
Ongoing: The Free Exercise Thereof: internet art in a time of upheaval and activism


Wave Pool, Cincinnati
The Personal is Political
January 8: Pussyhat Project - Cincinnati Edition
January 28: Nongkrong (non-goal oriented hanging out)
February 25: Powerful and Dangerous: Poetry/Performance Night


Portland Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA), Portland
First 100 Days: United in Resistance


Transformer DC
Closed on #J20 in solidarity with Art Strike + Free Artists Poster in collaboration with Exile Books, Miami, for Women's March on Washington


Aurora Picture Show, Houston
Resolution: A New Year Conversation

Lisa Solomon, Oakland
Artists Take Action Auction