Posts Tagged: Museum of Sonoma County

How Old Is Old -Women, Aging and Art

How old is old is, an age-old question and the answer keeps changing especially for women. Forty may be the new thirty and sixty the new fifty, but aging itself continues to be seen as diminishment and decline. Long ascribed

How Old Is Old -Women, Aging and Art

How old is old is, an age-old question and the answer keeps changing especially for women. Forty may be the new thirty and sixty the new fifty, but aging itself continues to be seen as diminishment and decline. Long ascribed

Virtual Discussion “Agency: Feminist Art and Power”

This Sunday March 6, 2020 I am so delighted to be part of a special virtual discussion of “Agency: Feminist Art and Power” hosted at the Museum of Sonoma County. This panel will feature curator Karen Gutfreund and select artists

Virtual Discussion “Agency: Feminist Art and Power”

This Sunday March 6, 2020 I am so delighted to be part of a special virtual discussion of “Agency: Feminist Art and Power” hosted at the Museum of Sonoma County. This panel will feature curator Karen Gutfreund and select artists

Art Appreciation It’s All In The Family 

I’ve been in hundreds of art shows over the years. It is always a thrill. But this most recent one, “Agency: Feminist Art and Power” at the Museum of Sonoma County is especially satisfying. Meaningful in ways no other has

Art Appreciation It’s All In The Family 

I’ve been in hundreds of art shows over the years. It is always a thrill. But this most recent one, “Agency: Feminist Art and Power” at the Museum of Sonoma County is especially satisfying. Meaningful in ways no other has

Art Show-Agency Feminist Art and Power

  I am very honored to be included in a new show Agency: Feminist Art and Power, organized in partnership with the Feminist Art Project and curated by Karen M. Gutfreund, which will be presented in the Museum of Sonoma

Art Show-Agency Feminist Art and Power

  I am very honored to be included in a new show Agency: Feminist Art and Power, organized in partnership with the Feminist Art Project and curated by Karen M. Gutfreund, which will be presented in the Museum of Sonoma