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Gendered Perspectives

Gendered Perspectives: An Investigation into Contemporary Identities

November 19 - December 10 - Hartmann Center Gallery

Artist Talk "Jess T. Dugan: a decade of visual activism":
November 19, 12pm, West Lake 116

November 19th, 6-8pm - Hartmann Center Gallery (cash bar and music by Shannon Shepard Moore)

Juror Talk:
November 19th, 6:30pm - Hartmann Center Gallery

The Bradley University Women's and Gender Studies Program, in collaboration with the Bradley University Galleries, will host the exhibition Gendered Perspectives: An Investigation into Contemporary Identities at the Hartmann Center Gallery, November 19 - December 10, 2015. This juried exhibition will feature the artwork of artists whose work addresses issues of gender and identity. Many of the exhibited works explore the personal, political, environmental, economic, and social aspects of gender.  A reception featuring music by Shannon Shepard Moore and a cash bar will be held November 19th, 6-8pm in the gallery. 

The goals of the exhibition include bringing awareness to contemporary gender issues; creating a platform for discussion of gender, gendered spaces, and gender dynamics; and supporting the programming and benefit the students of Bradley University Women's and Gender Studies.

Hartmann Center Gallery: 1423 St. James Ave, Peoria IL
Gallery Hours: M - F 9am - 5pm and by appointment

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