Women’s Work: Art and Sustainability in Contemporary Southeast Africa


Current Exhibition


stories of sustainability
Oct 5 – Dec 14, 2018
Works on Paper Gallery

“Women’s Work” explores the role of 21st century female artists in Southeast Africa as advocates of economic, social, and cultural sustainability. Against the backdrop of arts that have historically been considered “women’s work,” such as pottery, beadwork, and mural painting, this exhibition highlights the stories of 7 artists from Kenya and South Africa and explores the role of art production in both past and present through historical examples and contemporary expressions.

This project is  sponsored by a grant from the Lilla B. Morgan Memorial Endowment, which works to enhance the cultural development and atmosphere for the arts at Colorado State University.

PANEL
STORIES OF SUSTAINABILITY
Thursday October 11, 2018
5p.m.
Robert W. Hoffert Learning Center

In conjunction with the exhibition Women’s Work: Art and Sustainability in Contemporary Southeast Africa, the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art is proud to present a panel discussion Stories of sustainability lead by Brett Bruyere, Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Director, and exhibition curators Laura Vilaret-Tuma and David Riep.

Panelists
Dr. David Riep
Assistant Professor of Art History, Department of Art and Art History
and Associate Curator, Gregory Allicar Museum of Art

Dr. Brett Bruyere
Director and Associate Professor
Human Dimensions of Natural Resources

Laura Vilaret-Tuma
CSU student and exhibition co-curator