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Internet Copyright Workshop at MAP Saturday, March 6

A Complex Weave: Women and Identity in Contemporary Art

Center for the Arts Gallery
Friday, February 12 – Saturday, April 17
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Co-curated by Dr. Martin Rosenberg of Rutgers University, Camden and Dr. J. Susan Isaacs of Towson University. This exhibition presents the work of 16 artists of diverse backgrounds who address aspects of identity, including nationality, ethnicity, gender, and religion. Media includes sculpture, time-based, painting, prints, fibers, and photography.

Artists include: Blanka Amezkua, Sarah Amos, Helène Aylon, Siona Benjamin, Sonya Clark, Zöe Charlton, Annet Couwenberg, Lalla Essaydi, Judy Gelles, Sharon Harper, Julie Haris, Fujiko Isamura, Tatiana Parcero, Philemona Williamson, Flo Oy Wong, and April Wood.

Co-sponsored by the College of Fine Arts and Communication, the College of Liberal Arts, the Departments of Women’s Studies and Art + Design, Art History, Art Education and the Women’s Center.

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