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Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series: 2015 Exhibits


Momentum: Women/Art/Technology
January 20 - April 17, 2015

Artists: Emilia Forstreuter, Jennifer Hall, Claudia Hart, Yael Kanarek, Jeannette Louie, Ranu Mukherjee, Mary Bates Neubauer, Marie Sivak, Camille Utterback, Adrianne Wortzel, and Janet Zwieg
Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Galleries, Douglass Library

Momentum: Women/Art/Technology
Adrianne Wortzel, Solace and Perpetuity: a life story
January 20 - April 17, 2015
Art Library

March 26, 2015
5pm Reception / 5:30-6:30pm Artists' Conversation
Douglass Library

Blue abstract digital generated arabesqueEmilia Forstreuter, Yonder, 2009

These two exhibitions are part of a larger multi-year project entitled, Momentum: Women/Art/Technology, presenting innovative uses of technology utilized and advanced by women and transgender artists through exhibitions, symposia, film screenings, and public discussions. Each of the artists approaches the use of technology as a tool to invent new contexts for engagement in the realms of biology, cultural and environmental conditions, language, daily life, time, and human movement. The artists in this show work with technology and challenge gender-biased notions of who employs technology, and showcase women artists' ability to break new ground.

Press Release: http://cwah.rutgers.edu/media/uploads/Press_release__Momentum__Spring_2015.pdf
Exhibition Catalog: http://cwah.rutgers.edu/media/uploads/Momentum_Catalog_compressed.pdf
Momentum Project: http://cwah.rutgers.edu/special-projects/momentum/


Women photo face and shoulders,, skin retouched with white powder/makeupAnastasia Ivanova, After Jill Magid and Rachel Whiteread, 2014

Women and Creativity House Student Exhibition

April 24 - May 4, 2015

Artists: Esi Bissah, Sungsoon DeSouza, Celine Dirkes, Marjorie Eyong, Sarah Ferreira, Elisabeth Flinsch, Nakaysha Gonzalez, Laura Gunderson, Lillie Hannon, Kimberly Hoyos, Anastasia Ivanova, Sierra Johnson, Avery McWilliams, Douvae Miller, Monica Morano, Cathryn Mosinki, Cecilia Phillips, Nicoletta Romano, Jessica Ronan, Samantha Shen, Caitlyn Sullivan, and Huda Youse
Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Galleries, Douglass Library

April 27, 2015
Douglass Global Village Student Showcase and Gallery Opening
7:15-8:15 / Trayes Hall, Douglass Student Center
8:30-9:30 / Douglass Library

This group exhibition features artworks of 22 students who are in the Women and Creativity House Living-Learning Community in the Global Village at Douglass Residential College, Rutgers University. The focus of the Women and Creativity House Living-Learning Community is to de-mystify he creative process and encourage the development of themes and ideas through multiple vehicles of expression including visual art, performance, and creative writing. In this community, the topics of gender, sexuality, identity, creativity, and perception are explored and discussed through texts, films, lectures, and critiques. This exhibition highlights the self-portraits, digital collages, sculptures, video performances, and written works produced by the student artists during the course of the academic year.

Press Release: http://cwah.rutgers.edu/media/uploads/WCH_Spring2015_PressRelease.pdf
Exhibition Catalog: http://cwah.rutgers.edu/media/uploads/WCH_Catalog_Spring2015_FINAL_compressed.pdf


Chitra Ganesh
2015-2016 Estelle Lebowitz Endowed Visiting Artist Exhibition

September 1 - December 10, 2015
Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Galleries, Douglass Library

Tuesday, November 3, 2015
5pm Reception / 5:30-6:30 p.m. Artist Lecture
Douglass Library

Chitra Ganesh, Delicate Line: Corpse She Was Holding, 2010

Ganesh is a Brooklyn based artist whose drawing, mixed media, site-specific, and text based works address buried narratives typically absent from the official canons of history, literature, and art. Her imagery is drawn from a broad range of references spanning from the iconography of Hindu, Greek, and Buddhist mythology to 19thCentury European portraiture and fairytales to more contemporary cultural references such as Bollywood, Anime and comic books. Ganesh is widely recognized for her experimental use of comic and large-scale narratives forms to communicate submerged histories and alternate articulations of femininity.

Press Release: http://cwah.rutgers.edu/media/uploads/Press_Release_Chitra_Ganesh.pdf
Exhibition Catalog: http://cwah.rutgers.edu/media/uploads/Chitra_Ganesh_catalog_compressed2.pdf