April 5 @ 3:00 am - 9:00 am
Feminizing Permanence features forty historical and contemporary artworks by forty women artists from the Saint Mary’s College Museum of Art’s permanent collection. The recontextualized works explore a wide range of themes while collectively speaking to the underrepresentation of women artists in the permanent collections of museums across the country. The exhibition recognizes the contributions of women in the arts and their shared journey toward parity. Feminizing Permanence is a collaboration with Saint Mary's College of California, Department of Art course Issues in Modern Art.
Featuring artists: Alice Brown Chittenden/ Anna Kingwatsiak/ Anna Klumpke/ Annie Harmon/ April Funcke/ Barbara Kasten/ Bertha Lum/ Bertha Stringer Lee/ Beth Van Hoesen/ Carrie Anderson/ De Ann Jennings/ Diane Rosenblum/ Dody Weston Thompson/ Elaine de Kooning/ Elizabeth Emerson Keith/ Elizabeth Ginno/ Elizabeth Norton/ Georgia Crittendon Bemis/ Helen Hyde/ Helen Katharine Forbes/ Isabelle Percy West/ Jane O’Neal/ Jessica Dunne/ Judy Dater/ Karen Truax/ Kenojuak Ashevak/ Laurie Brown/ Linda Simmel/ Linna Vogel von Fogelstein Irelan/ Marion Palfi/ Mary Deneale Morgan/ Mary Elizabeth Parsons/ Mary Herrick Paxton Ross/ Napachie Pootoogook/ Nikki Basch Davis/ Pam Glover/ Pitseolak Ashoona/ Robin Kandel/ Sonya Rapoport/ Suda House.
Saint Mary’s College Museum of Art (MoA) is an educational, nonprofit resource that acts on the belief that art illuminates our lives and creates a more humane world. We affirm our institutional mission to develop the whole person. We are committed to fostering curiosity and wonder through exhibitions, collections, and programs. Open to the public, Wednesday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please check the website http://www.stmarys-ca.edu/museum for related programming and happenings. Extended hours occur on Third Thursday and special events. The Museum is closed the week of Easter, April 8 through 12, 2020.
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