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Join the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities as we bring our annual programming directly to you! Exhibitions, lectures and other content will be presented virtually all throughout the 2020-21 academic year. Join our email list or find us on social media @CWAHatRutgers to stay updated.

 


CWAH Virtual
2020-2021 Program Calendar

 

SPRING 2021

Event
Friday, April 16, 2021
5pm (EST) on Zoom
HEALING AS JUSTICE: Lecture & Poetry Slam Competition with speaker Lepa Mladjenovic
POET and JUDGE SIGN-UP: Deadline April 7 (Extended to April 14!) MORE INFO
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Symposium
February 11, 12 & 13, 2021
TFAP@CAA

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A series of special, live virtual events focused on the topic of Feminist Art and Climate Crisis.
Presented by The Feminist Art Project, under the umbrella of TFAP@CAA, in conjunction with the 109th Annual College Art Association Conference.

 


 

FALL 2020

Exhibit & Artist’s Lecture
September 1 – December 10, 2020
Gendering Protest: Deborah Castillo and Érika Ordosgoitti
Thursday, October 29, 2020
5:30-6:30pm (EST) on Zoom
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Event
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
12:45-1:45pm (EST) on Zoom
CWAH Dance Studies Annual Lecture
Dramaturg Katherine Profeta featuring the work of Choreographer Ralph Lemon
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* The Dance department will host a watch party moderated by Katherine Profeta of Ralph Lemon’s multimedia work,
How Can you Stay in the House All Day and Not Go Anywhere on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 from 7:30-9:00pm.

 

Event
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
12:45-1:45pm (EST) on Zoom
CWAH Dance and Philosophy Annual Lecture
Dr. Halifu Osumare
Bad Sistahs: Women Exploring the Africanist Aesthetic in Hip-Hop Dance
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Lecture by Sandra de la Loza
*This archival video is a recording of a lecture de la Loza gave to Rutgers students in Professor Tatiana Flores’ class, Mexican Art Across Borders, during the fall 2020 semester. It focuses on Mural Remix, a multi-layered research based project that explored Chicana/o murals produced in the 1970’s.
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Coming Soon…

Lecture by Margarita Cabrera
*This forthcoming archival video is a recording of a lecture Cabrera gave to Rutgers students in Professor Tatiana Flores’ class, Mexican Art Across Borders, during the fall 2020 semester. It focuses on her multi-media sculpture and installations that emphasize social-political issues.