STILL UNLEASHING THE POWER: Marguerite Elliot in conversation with Elizabeth Addison
September 23 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
How Feminist art continues to challenge today’s issues and has shaped my own practice
On Zoom Wednesday, September 23rd @ 5:30 pm
By Donation • See Zoom invite below
In conjunction with the 2020 Women’s show, O’Hanlon Center for the Arts presents an evening with Fairfax resident and founding member of the Woman’s Building and Feminist Studio Workshop, Marguerite Elliot.
Marguerite will be in conversation with fellow artist and NCWCA’s Exhibition Chair, Elizabeth Addison.
In addition to sharing examples of Marguerite’s own art, the program will highlight the work of other women artists Marguerite knew back in the 1970’s as well as other artist she is in touch with now, whose work tackles the pressing issues of the day and confronts conventional thinking.
“I am grateful to have been on the forefront of the second wave of feminism. We broke many rules, upset many established conventions, and shook up the art world. My work continues to question the norm and confront stereotypes, with a focus on environmental issues.”
Marguerite will be interviewed by her friend and NCWCA colleague, artist Elizabeth Addison. Their conversation will shine a light on why she and other feminist artists continue to address urgent issues that affect all of us today.
Topic: STILL UNLEASHING THE POWER
Time: Sep 23, 2020 05:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 876 3735 4164
Meeting ID: 876 3735 4164
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Marguerite Elliot is an award-winning multi-media sculptor who works primarily in welded steel. Throughout her later career, she has used her artwork to address issues of environmental fragility, preservation, and interconnectedness in a continually industrializing world. Her work has been exhibited widely across the U.S. Her large-scale sculptures are installed in sculpture parks in Finland, Denmark and New York. Her earlier work is archived at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.
Elizabeth Addison is a printmaker, curator, and educator whose practice encompasses printmaking, installation, and digital media. A seeker and storyteller, she has used her practice to investigate connections between the cosmic and microscopic realms. Her works are exhibited widely and are included in numerous private and public collections. She is NCWCA’s Exhibition Chair, an Artist-in-Residence at Kala Art Institute, an OHCA member and a member of both the Bay Area Women’s Artists Legacy Project and WEAD.