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Women Who Transformed Art In The West

Sponsored by Stanford University and Minnesota Street Project, this public symposium will celebrate the rise of notable western women artists during the last century and the prospects for achieving gender parity in the western art scene today. The event is part of the Bill Lane Center for the American West’s ongoing ArtsWest Initiative.

It will feature:

Arnold J. Kemp (Dean of Graduate Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago) - keynote
“Critiquing the Support/Supporting the Critical: Universities, Art Schools, Residencies and Alternative Spaces”
Claudia Schmuckli (Contemporary Curator, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco) - moderator
Guerrilla Girl (Käthe Kollwitz)
Claudia Altman-Siegel (Director, Altman Siegel Gallery)
Renny Pritikin (Chief Curator, Contemporary Jewish Museum)
Hung Liu (Artist & Professor Emerita of Art, Mills College)

OPTIONAL coffee or drinks for alums afterward, location TBD

Location

Minnesota Street Project, 1275 Minnesota Street, San Francisco CA 94107-3407 — Get directions

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Event Details

Date: Saturday, February 24, 2018
Time: 3:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Committee: Arts, Culture, & Science
Capacity: 50 people
Cost:
Members Free
Young Alumni Free
Guests Free
Registration Closed

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