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The Latest at Woman Made Gallery

The Latest at Woman Made Gallery
Three exhibitions opened last Friday at Woman Made Gallery beginning with The 15th International Open, which features artwork in a wide range of media, created by women from the international community. The juror for this exhibition was Linda Warren, the founder and director of Linda Warren Gallery in Chicago, IL. A solo exhibition entitled, Patterns of Nature: The Spiral and Interconnectedness features... 

Week Ends, Art Begins || September 9th – 11th

Week Ends, Art Begins || September  9th – 11th
FRIDAY || SEPTEMBER 9th, 2011 Overkill Group Video show with work from Manon de Boer, Candice Breitz, EJ Hill, Diego Leclery and Casilda Sanchez. The Mission Projects 1431 W. Chicago Ave 6:00p – 9:00pm FREE Public School PUBLIC SCHOOL is an Austin-based collective focused on design, illustration and photography. For a group based around creative collaboration, Homework is an opportunity to show... 
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A Look at Woman Made Gallery’s 14th International Open

A Look at Woman Made Gallery's 14th International Open
For nearly twenty years, Woman Made Gallery has ceaselessly promoted and supported the artwork of women in Chicago. A not-for-profit organization sustained largely by volunteerism, the gallery has nonetheless managed to host regular educational programs, workshops, and exhibitions in its airy, two-story space, and last week it welcomed the public to its 14th International Open. Guests chat while wandering... 

Girl, Please: Looking Forward

Girl, Please: Looking Forward
Girl, Please is an exhibition that attempts to push the boundaries and blurred lines of contemporary social politics relating to gender and sexual identity. Situated in the lower level of Woman Made Gallery, Emanuel Aguilar and Kristen Carter (jurors and curators) selected a body of art work based not only on aesthetic qualities and the nature of the work but also arranged the layout in such a way... 

Joyce Owens

Joyce Owens
Panelists from Womens Caucus for Art CAA Panel, Joyce Owens (Second from right) In February of 2010 the College Art Association held the 98th Annual CAA Conference in Chicago, Illinois.  Before the conference, panelist Joyce Owens took a moment to answer a few questions about the future of her art practice, the Women’s Caucus for Art panel she will be serving on, which asks “Are women... 
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