This group exhibition, curated by Christi Furnas, showcases the power, talent, and creativity of women and femme artists ranging in age from 50 to 92 years old. Exhibiting art includes paintings, prints, sculpture, jewelry, textiles, mixed media, and mosaics from 35 Twin Cities artists.
Revolutionary: The Feminine Perspective Beyond 50 will be open February 15 through March 25, 2023 and is free to attend. A public opening reception will be held on February 17 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. In celebration of International Women’s Day and this timely exhibition, Fresh Eye Gallery will host an Artist Talk on March 8 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. inviting the community to engage in conversation with the artists’ and their work.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation of the arts and cultural heritage fund.
Artist Talk Wed Mar 8th 6:30PM
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are hosting an Artist Talk on March 8 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Artists will speak on their art backgrounds and exhibiting artwork. This casual event will feature 6-8 participating artists.
The event will be facilitated by curator Christi Furnas and Jes Reyes.
ABOUT THE CURATOR
Christi Furnas is a cartoonist, illustrator, oil painter and disability rights advocate. She has exhibited in galleries across Minnesota like Soo Visual Arts Center, Rochester Arts Center, Rosalux, and the Undercurrent Project in New York. In 2016, with a Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant, Christi created the mini-comic, Crazy Like a Fox: Adventures in Schizophrenia which uses humor and fictional characters to reflect on her own experience. The comic’s protagonist, Fox Foxerson currently has an advice column in Dispatch, a Twin Cities publication covering arts and culture. Christi’s career includes over ten years of arts administration, teaching art workshops, and numerous speaking engagements, including an interview on MPR. She lives, breathes and draws in Minneapolis.
Image: Art by Elizabeth Ruskin Shanklin
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