Guerrilla Girls: What are museums for?
March 20, 2013
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
The Guerrilla Girls, an anonymous group of feminist artists, speak with Carnegie Museum of Art Director Lynn Zelevansky about the role of women in the art world. Also, the Guerrilla Girls will "illustrate their history of creating posters, books and actions to expose discrimination in areas including art, film, and politics".
The performance starts at 7:00pm. For those interested we will also be visiting the Empowering Women exhibit. This event is for students only. (Students register on mychatham.)
Registration and DirectionsFee : $5
Location : Carnegie Museum of Natural History
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