Event Title

Performance/Lecture by Guerrilla Girls - VIDEO

Presenter

Guerilla Girls

Event Type

Event

Location

University Hall 1000

Streaming Media

Start Date

25-10-2010 7:30 PM

End Date

25-10-2010 8:00 PM

Description

The Guerilla Girls are an internationally-known group of women artists who use gorilla masks to cloak their identities while performing and creating visual art which protests gender inequality, particularly in the art world.

"Their work is taught in art history classes, they are written about in doctoral dissertations... But that doesn't mean they've removed their masks or lost their bite.
-The New York Times


Q/A and reception followed
Introduction by Professor Gail Wronsky, Department of English

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Oct 25th, 7:30 PM Oct 25th, 8:00 PM

Performance/Lecture by Guerrilla Girls - VIDEO

University Hall 1000

The Guerilla Girls are an internationally-known group of women artists who use gorilla masks to cloak their identities while performing and creating visual art which protests gender inequality, particularly in the art world.

"Their work is taught in art history classes, they are written about in doctoral dissertations... But that doesn't mean they've removed their masks or lost their bite.
-The New York Times


Q/A and reception followed
Introduction by Professor Gail Wronsky, Department of English