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1999 Fall Women in Cultural Production


January 30, 2014

Women, Visual Media and Cultural Production

One of the most interesting components of a contemporary feminist media practice has been its insistence on rejecting the divide separating art and politics, and in turn, on the ways in which a feminist practice revolves around the creation of communities rather than artworks. These three days, comprised of an evening lecture on Thursday, two […]

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Performance Artists

This evening of performance art brings together two well-known performance artists who work in various genres from readings to dramatic performances. Marisela Norte is well known in L.A. through her trenchant poetry/performances about being Chicana in the U.S.A., about migration and border crossing, about living two cultures and languages. Jessica Hagedorn has done many performances […]

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Female Masculinities

Participants: Jennifer Miller October 8 8:00 p.m. Seaver Theatre Pomona College Kate Bornstein October 11 7:00 p.m. Balch Auditorium Panel Discussion October 12 4:15 p.m. Humanities Auditorium Marc Katz, moderator Judith Halberstam, University of California, San Diego Jose Munoz, Tisch School of the Arts , NYU Esther Newton, Purchase College, SUNY

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Women Curators

Women have long been involved in the collection and exhibition of artwork and increasingly have the possibility of making important cultural interventions through the showing of artwork or documents that might otherwise become lost to public awareness. The panelists will address many aspects of curation, from the practical and professional challenges to the grounds for […]

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Black Women Writers

The vitality and quality of writing by Black women in the United States is undeniable as it is diverse in its forms and visions. We bring together three very different writers, two of which are poets and one a novelist, whose work is bringing new modes of expression to a rich tradition: Ruth Forman, author […]

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