Final Week of Classes in Honor of Women's History Month

Women’s History Month, observed annually in March, celebrates women’s contributions to history, culture, and society.

The following classes occur next week. Register now to ensure your spot!

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Book Chat with Anna Katsavos:

Lucy by the Sea (2022) by Elizabeth Strout

The fourth book in the series can be read as a stand alone or as the next installment after My Name Is Lucy Barton (2016), Anything Is Possible (2018), and Oh, William! (2022), which was long-listed for the Man Booker Prize. Follow protagonist Lucy through the early days of the pandemic as she isolates in Maine with her ex-husband William.

ANNA KATSAVOS, PhD, is an experienced book group facilitator. A SUNY Professor Emerita of English Literature and Women’s Studies, she has received numerous awards for teaching, and her scholarship has been published in a variety of literary journals. She has interviewed many best-selling authors and has presented interactive programs focusing on a wide range of women’s issues. Additionally, she conducts writing, editing and publishing workshops.

Tuesday, March 21 • 10:00am-12:00pm • OnlineCourse 11718 • $30

Register for Lucy by the Sea Book Discussion
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Walking Tour:

Wangechi Mutu: Intertwined

at the New Museum

The twenty-five year career of Wangechi Mutu (b. 1972, Nairobi) encompasses painting, collage, drawing, sculpture, film, and performance, all of which are represented in this major solo exhibition running from March 2, 2023 through June 4, 2023 at the New Museum. Mutu first gained acclaim exploring camouflage, transformation, and mutation through collage. She extends these strategies to her work across various media, developing hybrid, fantastical forms that fuse mythical and folkloric narratives with layered sociohistorical references. The exhibit traces connections between the artist’s work and themes of colonialism, globalization, and African and diasporic cultural traditions.

HELEN LEE is an independent art educator, conducting research and crafting personal, customizable, in-person and virtual gallery experiences for adults and children at several museums. She studied art history as an undergraduate and graduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with areas of concentration in Asian Art and Modern Art.

Wednesday, March 22 • 11:15am-12:45pm • New MuseumCourse 11712 • $75

Register for Wangechi Mutu Walking Tour
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