Harmony Hammond’s Lecture

Lecture by feminist artist Harmony Hammond

Image provided by: Judith Cooper

Harmony Hammond will be spending the week of September 24th visiting the Department of Art & Art History.

Her public lecture will be held at 6:30 on Tuesday, September 25 in the Visual Arts Complex auditorium room 1B20.

Ms. Hammond is an artist, art writer and independent curator who is a pioneer of the feminist art movement – co-founder of A.I.R., the first women’s cooperative art gallery in New York (1972) and Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Arts & Politics (1976) – Hammond lectures, writes and publishes extensively on painting, feminist art, lesbian art, and the cultural representation of “difference”.

As Professor of Art at the University of Arizonia, (Tucson), she taught painting, combined media and interdisciplinary graduate critique seminars from 1989-2006. Currently she serves as a mentor for MFA students.

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