陈文惠作品入选南灣當代艺术展：女性轉型(Transforming Feminisms at South Bay Contemporary)
世界名人网记者 遴璘 于 September 04, 2014 at 21:18:55:
世界名人网讯 陈文惠作品入选9月13日至10月25日在南灣當代艺术馆举行的主题为“女性主义轉型”(Transforming Feminisms at South Bay Contemporary)的作品展，并列入開放牆(Open Wall)。艺术展的开幕酒会定在2014年9月13日晚6时至9时，艺术家演讲是在10月11日晚7时至10时，地点均在南湾当代艺术馆South Bay Contemporary，550 Deep Valley Drive, #261，Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274 联络电话是：310 429 0973 网址是www.southbaycontemporary.com
Transforming Feminisms at South Bay Contemporary
I have participated in the Open Wall in this exhibit (See the second invitation below). If you have a chance, please stop by to view the show and come to the reception on September 13, 2014, 6 - 9 pm.
Vivian Wenhuey Chen
SOUTH BAY CONTEMPORARY
September 13, 6 - 9 pm
September 13 - October 25, 2014
October 11, 5 - 7 pm
Transforming Feminisms invites multiple generations of artists from a variety of backgrounds to share their identity through art work and to explore various perspectives on feminisms
KAREN ATKINSON, CHERYL BOOKOUT, FATEMEH BURNES, AUDREY CHAN, SIJIA CHEN HYUNSOOK CHO, MARGARET GARCIA, HATSUKO MARY HIGUCHI, DONNA HOLLANDER COLE JAMES, LEILA JARMAN, NIKU KASHEF, ELIZABETH KNEISLEY, ISABELLE LUTTERODT MARISA MANDLER, DAN TAULAPAPA MCMULLIN, SANDRA MUELLER, CHLOE JEEHYE NOH, GLORIA PLASCENCIA, CHRISTY ROBERTS, ANA RODRIGUEZ, LINDA JO RUSSELL, YOSHIE SAKAI, HADI SALEHI, BRONWYN TOWLE, RUTH TROTTER, RUTH WEISBERG, PEGGY SIVERT ZASK, ZAINAB ZEB
"Women's fight for equal rights is essentially a humanist and peaceful struggle for true democracy, and a higher form of civilization."
- Leyla Zana, Kurdish politician and human rights activist
It is 2014 and violence against women, reproductive rights, and economic fairness continue to be the most significant issues related to gender-specific injustices nationally and globally. Discrimination against women and girls (such as gender-based violence, economic discrimination, reproductive health inequities and harmful traditional practices) remains the most pervasive and persistent form of inequality. The United Nations regards gender equality as a human right. It points out that empowering women is also an indispensable tool for advancing development and reducing poverty.
Termed by historians as the Second Wave of Feminism, activist women of the sixties and seventies succeeded in creating authoritative societal and political changes toward empowering women in the home, the workplace, in issues of legal inequalities, and in reproductive rights. Though primarily in Western countries such as America and France, its accomplishments and influence are felt worldwide. Since the nineties, a new Third Wave of Feminism has emerged that critiques the Second Wave for what it perceives as a predominantly white, Judeo-Christian middle class culture. This Third Wave of Feminism reflects a global view and emphasizes the diversity of ethnicity, religion, gender-orientation, sexuality, and cultural backgrounds of women.
Also Featuring Artists in Open Wall
open wall is an inclusive program inviting all artists to bring in two works in the theme of the current show...
Participating in Open wall for Transforming Feminisms: Jane Aucreman, Julianna Vivienvioletta Balogh, Paul Blieden, Jana Charl, Vivian Wenhuey Chen, Lucinda Rudolph Deeble, Gemma Del Rio, Bernard Fallon, Rachel Finkelstein, Shirley Asano Guldimann, Cie Gumicio, Lorraine Kushynski, Sierra Pollock, Amy Back Pozez, Nikki Winters-Reed, Marina Santana, Audrey Suer Joyce Weiss, Jaye Whitworth, MC Wright, Joan Wynn, Ben Z Zask
Don't miss out on "FRESH, 2014":
Deadline for entries: Oct 15
Open call for art, juried by Mat Gleason - go to our website for details
South Bay Contemporary
Bridging art, science and humanities through exhibitions and experimental projects serving the South Bay
Engaging the community in reflection of the meaning and relevance of contemporary art
South Bay Contemporary
550 Deep Valley Drive, #261
Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274
310 429 0973
Tuesday through Friday: 1 - 6 pm
Saturday: 11 - 6 pm
Sunday: 12 - 4 pm
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