100 Days Action is an artist collective that supports creative resistance projects that stand against bigotry, xenophobia, racism, sexism, and the destruction of our environment. Formed immediately after the 2016 Presidential election, 100 Days Action used Trump’s 100-Day Plan as a platform to launch a 100-day calendar of Bay Area and web-based acts of resistance. From January 21 through April 30, 2017, the group featured over 152 actions, published 14 poems and 3 chapbooks, participated in 3 residencies, and curated 3 exhibitions including 24 Hour Resistance at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
Building community at the intersection of art, activism, and social engagement, 100 Days Action continues to produce exhibitions, performances, protests, and group actions in support of a more just world. 100 Days Action is Jeremiah Barber, Ingrid Rojas Contreras, Alicia Escott, Carolyn Janssen, Ben Leon, Ken Lo, Laura Ceron Melo, Katina Papson Rigby, Surabhi Saraf, Julie Sutherland, and Maysoun Wazwaz. 100daysaction.net
Jeremiah Barber is a visual and performance artist based in San Francisco, California. His work is a study of transcendence through near-impossible actions, absurdity, and humor. Barber completed an MFA in art practice at Stanford University and a BFA at Columbia College, Chicago. A former member of Marina Abramovic's Independent Performance Group, his work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and the Chicago Cultural Center.
Maysoun Wazwaz is the Manager of Education and Public Programs at the San Francisco Arts Commission. In her spare time she co hosts Congratulations Pine Tree the Bay Area's #1 Arts and Culture Podcast and is an active member of 100 Days Action, an artist collective that supports creative resistance projects.