An exhibition in observance of Black History Month
and Women’s History Month
February 9- March 5, 2004
“Only eight of the 18 women in the exhibition are living and still producing
art,” says Furr.
This exhibition is the result of many partners: Auburn University’s Department of Art, Biggin Gallery, the College of Liberal Arts, the Women’s Studies Program, The Center for Diversity and Multicultural Affairs and the Black Student Union.
The exhibition opened Monday, February 9 and will run through to Friday, March 5. A special opening celebration will be held in Biggin Gallery, 101 Biggin Hall, Wednesday, February 18 at 4:30 p.m. (C.S.T.) with remarks by Georgine Clarke, Visual Arts Program Manager, Alabama State Council on the Arts. Many of the artists will be present.
Lenders to the exhibition include: Don Bayley, Curator: www.InezWalker.com, Mozell Benson, Georgine and Jack Clarke, Wesley and Missy Cochran, The Cochran Collection, John Cram, Blue Spiral 1 (Asheville, N.C.), William Dunlop, Jim Furr, Mark Jones, The Lamar Dodd Art Center, LaGrange College, Collection of Barbara Louviere, Annie Lucas, Keith and Tess Seitz, Annie Tolliver, Marcia Weber Art Objects (www.marciaweberartobjects.com), Yvonne Wells.
The gallery is located at 101 Biggin Hall, Auburn University campus at the corner of South College and West Magnolia streets. Gallery hours are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., open during lunch and by appointment by contacting Barb Bondy, Exhibitions and Lectures Coordinator, Biggin Gallery, 334-844-3483 or email@example.com.
Click Here for