Scripps Art Alums Get a Grip on the Gender Gap

At this Alumnae in the Arts event, a panel of Scripps alums – artists, art conservationists, gallerists, and art writers – gathered to discuss the topic of the gender gap within the visual arts.

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Representing the 27%:
Scripps Art Alums Get a Grip on
The Gender Gap

May 4, 2014, noon to 3 pm

Hosted by the Williamson Gallery, Scripps College

Location: Humanities Auditorium, Bette Cree Edwards Humanities Building, Scripps College


Lilli-Mari Andresen ’92, Executive Assistant to The David C. Copley Director & CEO,
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

Ariana Makau ’93, Conservator, Founder, Nzilani Glass Conservation, San Francisco

Leah Ollman ’83, Art Writer, Editor, and Educator

Elizabeth Robbins Turk ’83, Sculptor, MacArthur Grant Recipient

Panel Discussion moderated by Suzanne Muchnic ’62, Art Writer with Alex Trimm ’14 beginning  with a short talk: “Representing the 27%”

Follwed by tea at the Margaret Fowler Garden on Scripps Campus. The Humanities Auditorium in the Humanities Building can be located here. 

Featured Image: Nancy Macko, Trace, Nirvana for the Future: The Divine Reading Lesson, 2011, Digital Print,12 in. x 12 in., Jean and Arthur Ames Fund, Scripps College