- Women, Words and Water: Works on Paper by May Stevens
- In Passionate Pursuit: Capturing the American Women's Movement in Art
- Still Motion: Photographs by Erin Baiano
When the Waters Break: The Dialectics of Representation
Lecture by May Stevens
2006 Estelle Lebowitz Visiting Artist in Residence
Wednesday, November 8, 2006 -
Women's and Gender Studies Research Room
Mabel Smith Douglass Library
Ms. Stevens is a pioneering feminist artist, known for her large scale paintings and smaller scale works on paper.
Ms. Stevens's work is held in many esteemed private and public collections, and she has had numerous one person shows, including a recent exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Current Exhibition: "Women, Words and Water: Works on Paper by May Stevens"
Exhibition will run November 1, 2006-January 25, 2007
Mabel Smith Douglass Library Galleries
In Passionate Pursuit: Capturing the American Women's Movement in Art
The Douglass Library will host an exhibition of documentary photographs, by Southern Methodist University Distinguished Professor Alessandra Comini, on the development of the American Women's Movement in Art. Speaking in a panel discussion at the exhibition opening will be Dr. Comini, American University Professor Mary Garrard, and artist and University of California, San Diego Professor Emeritus Faith Ringgold.
Visiting Artists Series, Visual Arts Department, Mason Gross School of the Arts
Institute for Women and Art
Margery Somers Foster Center
Rutgers University Libraries
Exhibition will run September 12 - October 15, 2006.
Still Motion: Photographs by Erin Baiano
This exhibition is in collaboration with a four-dance performance by the American Repertory Ballet of Winter Repertory and Dancing Through the Ceiling held on Friday, February 24, 2006 at 7:30 p.m. in Trayes Hall of the Douglass Student Center.
The Spring 2006 exhibition of the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series features the dance photography of Erin Baiano. Ms. Baiano is a former dancer with the corps of the American Ballet Theatre and is currently is a dance photographer for The New York Times. Her sensitive and beautiful photographs capture the essence of dance.