Divining Meaning: Meditations on Gender and Religion
GENDER, RELIGION and ICONOGRAPHY
Curated by L&C students,
Spencer Byrne-Seres, L&C’13, Frances Li, L&C’13, and Claire Tsuji, L&C’13, the exhibit is open daily throughout the symposium.
Curatorial Statement: This year’s symposium art exhibit, entitled “Gender, Religion, and Iconography,” examines the intersection between gender, religion and experience of self. Artmaking is a process informed by identity; these artists explore how facets of gender and faith manifest themselves in their practice. Production of gender, production of religion, production of art—we interrogate these interrelated topics both in a collective and individual sense.
The Gender Studies Program is located in Miller Center for the Humanities.
Director Deborah Heath
Symposium Director Kimberly Brodkin
Administrative Coordinator Nancy J. Hugg
Gender Studies Program
0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road, MSC 63
Portland, Oregon 97219