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Anonymous was a Woman: Individuals and Identities

January 23March 4

Free

Anonymous was a Woman:  Individuals and Identities, curated from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College, incorporates 17 photographic works of unidentified women.  This exhibit focuses on the history of picture making and women and their place in society.  By titling the show Anonymous was a Woman, we are referencing Mirra Banks’ 1978 groundbreaking film by the same title, while also focusing on the ofter under-documented history of women.
Panel Discussion      February 8,  5pm   Gibson Curriculum Gallery
Individuals and Identities in Photography with Postdoctoral Fellow & Emerging Scholar of Art & Art History Chanda L. Carey, Professor of Art & Art History Richard Kent,  Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Sharon M. Koelblinger and moderated by Phillips Museum of Art Curator of Exhibitions and Academic Affairs Ms. Julia Marsh.
Film Screening     February 22,  6pm   Gibson Curriculum Gallery
Anonymous was a Woman (1978), dir. Mirra Bank
Lecture       March 7   6pm  Gibson Curriculum Gallery
Alicia Eler, author of The Selfie Generation


Details

Start:
January 23
End:
March 4
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
Art Exhibit
Website:
https://www.fandm.edu/phillips-museum

Organizer

Babs Smith
Phone:
7173584428

Venue

The Phillips Museum of Art

700 College Ave

Lancaster,

PA

17603

United States

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Phone:
(717) 291-3879
Website:
http://www.fandm.edu/phillipsmuseum