The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy

Tioga Arts Council (TAC) is pleased to announce its 2020 March exhibition, “The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy.” The title is adapted from poem “Käthe Kollwitz” by Muriel Rukeyser. What would happen if one woman told the truth about
her life? The world would split open

This poem not only celebrates an important female artist and activist, Käthe Kollwitz, but it also acknowledges the need to tell truths, to share stories, and to make art in order to change the world. Channeling this spirit, TAC put out a call for submissions and artists across the Southern Tier responded.

The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy

Tioga Arts Council (TAC) is pleased to announce its 2020 March exhibition, “The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy.” The title is adapted from poem “Käthe Kollwitz” by Muriel Rukeyser. What would happen if one woman told the truth about
her life? The world would split open

This poem not only celebrates an important female artist and activist, Käthe Kollwitz, but it also acknowledges the need to tell truths, to share stories, and to make art in order to change the world. Channeling this spirit, TAC put out a call for submissions and artists across the Southern Tier responded.

The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy

Tioga Arts Council (TAC) is pleased to announce its 2020 March exhibition, “The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy.” The title is adapted from poem “Käthe Kollwitz” by Muriel Rukeyser. What would happen if one woman told the truth about
her life? The world would split open

This poem not only celebrates an important female artist and activist, Käthe Kollwitz, but it also acknowledges the need to tell truths, to share stories, and to make art in order to change the world. Channeling this spirit, TAC put out a call for submissions and artists across the Southern Tier responded.

The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy

Tioga Arts Council (TAC) is pleased to announce its 2020 March exhibition, “The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy.” The title is adapted from poem “Käthe Kollwitz” by Muriel Rukeyser. What would happen if one woman told the truth about
her life? The world would split open

This poem not only celebrates an important female artist and activist, Käthe Kollwitz, but it also acknowledges the need to tell truths, to share stories, and to make art in order to change the world. Channeling this spirit, TAC put out a call for submissions and artists across the Southern Tier responded.

The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy

Tioga Arts Council (TAC) is pleased to announce its 2020 March exhibition, “The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy.” The title is adapted from poem “Käthe Kollwitz” by Muriel Rukeyser. What would happen if one woman told the truth about
her life? The world would split open

This poem not only celebrates an important female artist and activist, Käthe Kollwitz, but it also acknowledges the need to tell truths, to share stories, and to make art in order to change the world. Channeling this spirit, TAC put out a call for submissions and artists across the Southern Tier responded.

The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy

Tioga Arts Council (TAC) is pleased to announce its 2020 March exhibition, “The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy.” The title is adapted from poem “Käthe Kollwitz” by Muriel Rukeyser. What would happen if one woman told the truth about
her life? The world would split open

This poem not only celebrates an important female artist and activist, Käthe Kollwitz, but it also acknowledges the need to tell truths, to share stories, and to make art in order to change the world. Channeling this spirit, TAC put out a call for submissions and artists across the Southern Tier responded.

The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy

Tioga Arts Council (TAC) is pleased to announce its 2020 March exhibition, “The World Split Open: Artistic Responses to the Women’s Rights Movement & Its Legacy.” The title is adapted from poem “Käthe Kollwitz” by Muriel Rukeyser. What would happen if one woman told the truth about
her life? The world would split open

This poem not only celebrates an important female artist and activist, Käthe Kollwitz, but it also acknowledges the need to tell truths, to share stories, and to make art in order to change the world. Channeling this spirit, TAC put out a call for submissions and artists across the Southern Tier responded.

'All Manner of Marvels' are on Display in Ithaca

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The Corners Gallery in Ithaca is presenting an new exhibit, ‘All Manner of Marvels: Wonders Seldom Seen’, a group exhibition curated by Steve Carver. He joins us to talk about assembling the collection of works by artists from around the country, some whose work has never been seen regionally, and some by local artists, including Lou Beach, Robin Cass, Bill Hastings, Marshall Hyde, Beth Hylen, Wayne Kruse, Gary Panter, Minna Resnick, Robin Whiteman, and Steve Carver himself. He also tells us a little of his journey from Oklahoma to Los Angeles to Ithaca. http://wskg.org/audio/carver.mp3

 

Photo credit: Corners Gallery