Please join us Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 5-7PM for the opening of Women, Home, and the Revolution of Memory.
In collaboration with the South Bend Civic Theatre's programming of Athena Unbound: Activism through the Arts, this exhibit brings together twenty women artists from around the country whose works span the gamut of photography, painting, fiber arts, drawing, collage, mixed media, time-based, and performance art. The works explore women’s relationship to home, the passage of time, and the revolution of memory. At a time in history when women are claiming their authority and changing the narrative, this exhibit is not to be missed. Opens March 1st.
After the reception, please feel free to join us for the Women's Symposium, Make Way | Make Change: Songs, Scenes, and Conversations sponsored by the South Bend Civic Theatre.
Tonika Lewis Johnson
Jane Fulton Alt
Laura Husar Garcia
Vicki Richardson Reed
Postcard photo: Sandra Klein, Life is a Frail Moth, 2016
I am so pleased to curate this exhibition in collaboration with the South Bend Civic Theatre’s Spring programming of Caroline, or Change, Grand Concourse, and in conjunction with Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day. Please join me on the first Friday in April for a discussion on Women, Home, and the Revolution of Memory.
-Rita Koehler, Curator
When: Friday, April 5th, from 7-8pm
Where: South Bend Civic Theatre
403 North Main Street
South Bend, Indiana 46601
574.234.1112 | SBCT.ORG