Gage Georgetown Calling: Art Lecture Series with Emily Pothast

Photo: Installation view of Infinity Mirrored Room—Love Forever, 1966/1994, installed 2017 at the Seattle Art Museum, Yayoi Kusama, Collection of Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo/Singapore, © YAYOI KUSAMA, photo: Minh Nguyen. 

April 19 | A Survey of Female Surrealists

Some female surrealists, like Frida Kahlo, are household names. Others, like Leonora Carrington, Kay Sage, and Maria Martins, should be. This lecture will serve as an introduction to themes of surrealism through the work of a diverse group of women artists.

Workshop:  Experiment with surrealist drawing exercises and techniques. 

A Survey of Female Surrealists – Lecture 
A Survey of Female Surrealists – Workshop

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May 17 | Powerful Void: The Life and Work of Lee Bontecou

In the 1960s, Lee Bontecou rose to prominence with her distinctive welded steel and canvas sculptures. Then, in the 1980s, she all but disappeared from the New York art scene, retreating to the Pennsylvania countryside. This lecture will explore Bontecou’s category-defying life, career, and body of work.

Workshop:  Draw abstract forms inspired by the visual language of Lee Bontecou

Powerful Void: The Life and Work of Lee Bontecou – Lecture
Powerful Void: The Life and Work of Lee Bontecou – Workshop
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