Sex, Gender and Race, the Politics of Women's Art

5 October 2013

5th & 12th October  - Sex, Gender and Race, the Politics of Women's Art

A two- day symposium with artists and academics creating a dialogue around sexuality, gender, race and culture within women's art practice. It proposes to address these issues in ways which contextualise women's relationship to politics of the gaze, notions of power, beauty and desire. Organised in collaboration with Dr. Mo Throp, CCW Graduate School, UAL
Saturday 5th Oct. 10am- 4pm Lecture Theatre, Chelsea College of Art & Design,  in collaboration with TrAIN.
Speakers:  Keynote: Dr. Lez Henry, Campbell Ex, Nana Adusei-Poku, Dr Mo Throp, Dr. Maria Walsh and Maria Kheirkhah.
Saturday 12 October. 10.30am- 4.30pm
198 Gallery, Contemporary arts and Learning. The Symposium will continue with a tour of the exhibition led by the artist Ope Lori and an audience interactive Long Table discussion in the afternoon.