What are the concessions, accommodations, declarations or rebellions made by women-identified artists in response to the biases of the art world? How have these responses changed over the decades? Please join Rosalie Favell, Barbara Astman, and Vessna Perunovich from Speaking For Herself take part in a panel moderated by AGH Senior Curator Tobi Bruce.
From the Canadian Art Collection
Girl under a Tree 1931
Prudence Heward (Canadian 1896-1947)
oil on canvas, Gift of the artist's family, 1961