Feminist Fete

Jun 5, 2011 - Jun 5, 2011

Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries

33 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Time: 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Phone Number: (732) 932-3726
Contact: Nicole Ianuzelli

Please join the
Rutgers Institute for Women and Art 

for a 


An afternoon of art, performances, amuse bouche and libation

Honoring Feminist Guerrillas: 

Guerrilla Girls, Guerrilla Girls BroadBand, Guerrilla Girls On Tour!


Sunday, June 5, 2011

 3 -6 pm

Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, Rutgers University

33 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901


Charlotte Bonaparte Patron(ess) 
2 tickets

Listed in program if received by May 13.

Charlotte Bonaparte, niece of Napoleon Bonaparte, lived in Bordentown, NJ

where she sketched many landscapes of her adopted homeland.



Sarah Vaughan Benefactor                                                          

1 ticket

Sarah Vaughan was a renowned jazz singer from Newark, NJ who

received the National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters Award in 1989.


Lilly Martin Spencer Donor (special price for artists)                                

1 ticket

Lilly Martin Spencer lived in Newark, NJ and was one of the most important 

genre painters of the 19th Century.


Alice Neel Contributor (special price for students)                    

1 ticket

Alice Neel was a 20th Century American painter who summered in Deal, NJ.

              To make reservations for the Feminist Fete
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For more information please call or email womenart@rci.rutgers.edu

Complimentary event parking available

In honor of the IWA's 5th anniversary and the Girls, the IWA has published the poster After Gerhard Richter by artist Joyce Kozloff available for the first time at the Feminist Fete!

Charlotte Bonaparte Patron(ess) Committee 

Grimanesa Amoros
Nancy Azara
Kit Smyth Basquin
  & Daniel Bonbright
Betsy & Bob Barbanell
Joan Bartl
Serena Bocchino
Edward Stapley Brown
Elizabeth Cohen
Delight W. Dodyk
Audrey Flack & Robert Marcus
Linda Freeman
Judith W. Godwin
Carol Golden
Amy Gottschalk & John Frank
Eve Ingalls
Joyce Kozloff

Marsha Levin-Rojer
Hung Liu & Jeff Kelley
Marjorie Martay
Drs. Leonard & Muriel Moss
Isabel & Julio Nazario
Nell Painter
Martin & Ellen Rosenberg
Joan Snyder
Katherine Somers
Ellen & Albert Stark
Sylvia Stengle
Courtney Taylor
Farideh Tehrani
Jorge Daniel Veneciano
   & Rhonda Garelick
Cheryl A. Wall 

Margaret Bourke-White*

Arts Council of Princeton
Art W Salon Series
Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions
Visual Arts Department/Mason Gross School
  of the Arts
Woman’s Art Journal
Suzy Frelinghuysen Patron(ess)**
The Sisters Mann


The Feminist Fete celebrates the opening of the exhibition
Feminist Masked Avengers: 30 Early Guerrilla Girls' Posters
donated by founding member Liubov Popova to the Miriam Schapiro Archives/Rutgers University Libraries
Guerrilla Girls, Guerrilla Girls BroadBand, Guerilla Girls On Tour!
June 1 - July 18, 2011
Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries hours: Tues. - Fri., 10am - 3pm, weekends by appointment.

In 1985, a bunch of in-your-face posters went up o the streets of New York and all hell broke loose. The Guerrilla Girls were born. Over a hundred posters, actions, books and billboards followed about art, art history, politics, film, theatre, social issues, popular culture and corruption in the art world. Now 26 years later, this exhibition will feature early Guerrilla Girls posters, including a set donated by founding member, Liubov Popova, to the Miriam Schapiro Archives on Women Artists at Rutgers University Libraries, along with recent work of all the Girls. For information about the Girls, visit their websites: 


The IWA is proud to present food prepared and served by the
Community Food Bank of New Jersey's Community Kitchen www.njfoodbank.org

Photo credit (top): The Guerrilla Girls, 1996, © Lois Greenfield
*Internationally acclaimed photographer Margaret Bourke-White was born and raised in Plainfield, NJ.
**Suzy Frelinghuysen was a r
enowned American abstract painter and opera singer who was born in NJ

The Institute for Women and Art welcomes all visitors with disabilities. Please contact the IWA for further details and information regarding accommodation of specific needs at: womenart.rutgers.edu or 732-932-3726.

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