Women, Art, and Activism
Women, Art, and Activism: Perspectives from the Americas
Villaseñor Black, Faculty Curator
Department of Art History
Jennifer Flores Sternad, Faculty Curator
This speaker series featured women activist-artists and cultural critics whose work focuses on feminist and other socially-engaged art practices throughout the Americas. We hope to address such issues as: How can art effect political change? What is the future of feminism in the face of post-feminist discourse? What does it mean to be a feminist, an artist, an activist in the context of the Americas? In addition to lectures, speakers will engage in more intensive exchanges with students, faculty, plus artists, activists, and other members of the community in workshops, conversations, and video screenings.
CSW Update articles about the events:
Videocasts of the Performances:
Jenny Jaramillo, "Alcances del Acto Performático"
Regina José Galindo, "Recorrido"