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f generation: feminism, art, progressions

f generation: feminism, art, progressions was a collaborative project by Caroline Phillips, Veronica Caven Aldous and Dr Juliette Peers. 2015 marked the fortieth anniversary of International Women’s Year and the series of groundbreaking feminist art activities that took place at George Paton Gallery at the University of Melbourne Student Union, including a lecture by renowned feminist curator Lucy Lippard,  artist slide shows, consciousness-raising sessions, and exhibitions. f generation: feminism, art, progressions showed 96 artworks, involving responses from over 140 artists, students, theorists and feminist commentators- a contemporary polylogue of responses that opened out history making into many voices.

The exhibition was held at George Paton Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.

October 7-16, 2015.

More details here

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AS IF: Echoes from the Women’s Art Register

AS IF: Echoes from the Women’s Art Register (2015) was a collaboratively curated projection program showed the depth and quality of Australian women artists held in the Women’s Art Register, Melbourne, Australia. The exhibition was curated by Juliette Peers and Caroline Phillips and co-curated by Melbourne-based emerging artists Emily Castle, Danielle Hakim, Stephanie Leigh and Kalinda Vary.

AS IF: Echoes featured a display of over 400 slides and audio interviews with prominent Australian women artists, shown at West Space, Melbourne.

AS IF: Echoes was part of the larger program curated by Sally Northfield AS IF: 40 years and beyond – Celebrating the Women’s Art Register, a program of 13 visual art events across Melbourne, winner of the Best Visual Art Event at the 2015 Melbourne Fringe Festival.

full program details here

 

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