Empowering Women Artists: Why Old Women Have Replaced Young Men as the Art World’s Darlings
March 9, 2021
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Host: Joya Rush-Keli
This is our third event of the Empowering Women Artists program. This event will be a casual discussion of a chosen article and will provide time to network with other participants. Joya Rush-Keli will lead the discussion on the article titled “Why Old Women Have Replaced Young Men as the Art World’s Darlings” by Anna Louie Sussman, Jun 19, 2017.
Here is the link to the article so you may read in advance and fully participate in the discussion:
ABOUT EMPOWERING WOMEN ARTISTS
The program is a collaboration between Huron River Art Collective, Women's Caucus for Art Michigan Chapter, and the Detroit Society of Women Painters and Sculptors and is free and open to all members of any one of the collaborating organizations. The we, the collaboration hosts, an invited speaker event every other month. On alternate months we will host a casual discussion and net working event. All events will be held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7-8pm.
Together, we support and empower women in their pursuit to gain equity in the arts, assure diversity, equity, and inclusion with a special interest in supporting women of color and all persons who identify as women.
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