from the 19th Through 21st Century
Presented by Cornelia Feye
Tuesdays, October 19 & 26; November 2, 9 & 16, 2021
Ideally, we wouldn’t need lectures about women artists, or artists of color, or artists from different cultures and sexual orientations. They would be just artists of excellence. But until this ideal is reached, there is value in focusing on select women artists of the Impressionist, German Expressionist, and Abstract Expressionist movements, as well as African American and indigenous artists from the Americas and Aboriginal Australia, who were often overshadowed by their male or white counterparts. Feye’s previous lecture series on women artists included those from Latin America and Asia; in this series she focuses are on European, American, African American, and indigenous women.