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Monday, July 1, 2013

Portraits of identity and cultural expectations

 Portrait Society Gallery (The Marshall Building, 207 E. Buffalo St., suite 526) is a mini-museum
Saturday, June 8, 2013

Martha Wilson and regional artists at the Portrait Society Gallery

 For 40 years, Martha Wilson has contemplated the personal and cultural implications of feminist theory through photography, performance and video. The Portrait Society Gallery offers an exhibition of the New York-based
Monday, April 1, 2013

A Conversation with Katie Martin

 This week, Off the Cuff spoke with Katie Martin, an artist and educator who spearheaded the creation of 724 small owl sculptures for Renaissance Theaterworks’ upcoming production The Road to Mecca, which explores the life
Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Book Preview

In June 1998, a Time Magazine article tried to convince readers that feminism was dead. After withstanding decades of being misrepresented by the media (and possibly misrepresented by itself), the boisterous lyrics of the Spice Girls and Ally McBeal’s persistently nonplussed visage had simply proven too much for it. Feminism had finally come to a most undignified demise. Or had it?