The Fight for Recognition: A Series of Discussions via Zoom (part 2)

A discussion on the exhibition As They Saw It – featuring three of the artists included in the exhibition.

A three-part, once-monthly series of live Zoom discussions on the topic of women artists and their recognition by museums and culture today. Featuring three of the artists included in the exhibition: Kyra Hicks, a quilter, author, and quilt historian specializing in creating story quilts with themes related to race, politics, family, and religion; Carla Hemlock, a Mohawk textile and mixed media artist who explores Native North American women’s histories and contemporary lives; Ambreen Butt, a Pakistani-American artist trained in traditional Indian and Persian miniature painting who reimagines the genre to feature contemporary female protagonists and political subject matter.This program will take stories of the struggles of generations of women artists and turn them into inspiring lessons for current and future generations.

Registration is required. There is no charge, but if you value this type of program, please consider a donation of $10 or above in order to assist us in continuing to provide you content in the future. Thank you.

This is a live Zoom lecture. Zoom is required to view the lecture. A link and passcode will be provided to all registrants 24 hours before the lecture. You will be sent the link via the e-mail used on Eventbrite to sign up for the program.

Generous support for this project provided by Art Bridges.

Thursday, June 27, 2024
7:00 pm — 8:00 pm (1h)

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