Femme Salée publishes a journal & zine that celebrate exceptional art narratives.
We are an online intersectional platform focused on feminist, queer, BIPOC, & disability body & mind experiences in the arts.
We work with writers, artists, art historians, activists, curators, educators, and other outstanding people whose value cannot be expressed in list form. We are extraordinarily grateful to them.
We showcase individual artist & author projects that invite social interaction, engagement, & collaboration. Viewers & readers are encouraged to ask questions, submit opinions, & offer guidance on subjects in need of further analysis & deeper conversations.
Bad Health is Femme Salée’s inaugural zine edition. Inspired by the Founder & Director’s body & mind experiences living with cystic fibrosis, the Bad Health issue features artworks, poems, & creative writings by artists & writers living with chronic illness(es).
We sell zines, artwork, & merchandise in our shop. All profits go towards supporting our contributors & keeping our digital content free & accessible.
Femme Salée is an online intersectional platform focused on feminist, queer, BIPOC, & disability body & mind experiences in the arts. We work closely with artists, writers, curators, educators, & art enthusiasts. We organize projects that demand thoughtful reading & viewing. Our primary publications are the yearly digital art journal & biannual art zine. The fundamental objective of Femme Salée is to promote & support anyone passionate about bringing disability, queer, BIPOC, & feminist narratives to the forefront of art scholarship, art practice, & curation.