In conjunction with sculptor Laura Davis’ SOLO exhibition “Legacy of Loneliness” at Threewalls, which, amongst other themes, grapples with the predominantly male history of modern sculpture, “Our Legacies, Ourselves: Contemporary women sculptors discuss their relationship to the history of modern sculpture” brings together a panel of respected women artists who, like Davis, are interested in reflecting on the role gender has played in the process of their development (pedagogical, artistic, and professional) and self-identification as sculptors.

Panelists include Laura Davis, Kelly Kaczynski, Heather Mekkelson, and Diane Simpson.
Moderated by Julia Klein.

Through a discussion of their distinct relationships with the mainstream history of modern sculpture, the sculptors on this panel will present personal interpretations of the sculptural legacy they’ve inherited.

Presented in partnership with Soberscove Press.

More information available here.


WHITEWATER – Opening Monday, October 19, Crossman Gallery presents In the Realm of Innocents. This exhibition will include women artists whose work portrays a world of fantasy, fairytales or legends. Previewing at the Walker’s Point Center for the Arts in Milwaukee in January of this year, the exhibit will be expanded upon for the Crossman Gallery venue. The show was co-curated with Kimberly Storage, then a UW-W student and now the Assistant Director at the Tory Folliard Gallery (Milwaukee).


PORTLAND – A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider.


October 8, 2015
Price Auditorium
Free with museum admission; registration not required

Canadian-born artist David Hartt speaks about his installation Interval, comprising essayistic films and photographs shot in Sakhalin Island, Russia, and Whitehorse, Canada.

Registration is not required.