PROGRAMS + EVENTS

 

FEMINISM AND Co.: ART + SEX + POLITICSFeminism and Company

Feminism & Co. is a program series at The Lab that explores issues relating to women and gender. Each evening tackles a different facet of modern feminism through film screenings, creative performance, lectures and discussions. These evenings address women’s – and men’s – complicated relationship to art, politics and sexuality. Everyone welcome.

PAST FEMINISM & Co. TOPICS

THE HISTORY AND POLITICS OF BURLESQUE

March 6, 2008 - with Michelle Baldwin (a.k.a. Vivienne Vavoom) founder of Burlesque as It Was
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WOMEN & WORK
March 20, 2008 - with Melinda Barlow, Gretchen McComb, Pamela Laird
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GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!
April 3, 2008 - with Rhonda Williams, Program Director of Smart Girl, Roger Green, local musician, and a panel of girls and their mothers
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Feminism & Co.: Art, Sex, Politics is co-directed by Elissa Auther, Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art and Theory at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and Gillian Silverman, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Colorado Denver. An advisory committee led by the directors consisting of feminist scholars, activists and engaged public figures will help develop future topics.