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Women's Work

April 28, 2021
5 pm (CDT)
In Conversation series, online

Closed captioned

Join Arthur Greenberg Undergraduate Curatorial Fellows Lydia McKelvie (AB '22), Alice Nguyen (AB '22), and Hannah Ward (AB '21) as they discuss their Teaching Gallery exhibition, Women’s Work, which examines depictions of feminized labor through a series of compelling juxtapositions among art and artists from the 19th century to the present in the United States, England, France.

The exhibition is supported by the Arthur Greenberg Exhibition Program Fund.

The program will include live closed captions.

Free, but registration is required (link to come).

A recording of the program will become available on the Museum’s YouTube channel in the weeks following.

In Conversation

“In Conversation” is a series of live online talks with artists, art historians, and scholars, exploring the intersections of art, history, and contemporary life. Bring your own questions and insights to these lively discussions from wherever you are.

Image credit

Eleanor Antin (American, b. 1935), detail of My Kingdom Is the Right Size, from The King of Solana Beach, 1974. Eight black-and-white photographs mounted on board and one text panel, 6 x 9". University purchase, Art Acquisition Fund and Charles H. Yalem Art Fund, 2000.