Looking at Men: A Female Painter explores the (Re)Presentation of Masculinity

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Looking at Men: A Female Painter explores the (Re)Presentation of Masculinity

Time: January 12, 2019 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Avis G. Williams public library – DeKalb County
Street: 1282 McConnell Ave.
City/Town: Decatur
Website or Map: https://dekalblibrary.org/bra…
Event Type: presentation
Organized By: WCAGA
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Start the New Year in 2019  with an insightful WCAGA Program on Jan. 12th!

Presenter: member Vivian Liddell 

Title of talk: Looking at Men: A Female Painter explores the (Re)Presentation of Masculinity

Program description: Artist Vivian Liddell will present images of her work and discuss her trajectory as a feminist artist, leading up to her current body of work which focuses on the male nude.

Date: Sat. Jan. 12, 2019

Time: 2-4pm

location: Avis G. Williams public library – DeKalb County 

              1282 McConnell Ave. – Decatur, GA 30033   

 https://dekalblibrary.org/branches/toco

Program free and open to the public. Guests welcome to attend.

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