Long Beach Museum of Art's Feminism Ideals Lecture Series Continues with Five Local Female Artists

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The Long Beach Museum of Art’s lecture series, Feminism Ideals, will continue this month with a panel discussion featuring the recipients of this year’s Professional Artists Fellowships, the Arts Council for Long Beach’s first class composed entirely of women.

Arts Council Executive Director Victoria Bryan will moderate the discussion between the five local artists, Olga Lah, Pamela Johnson, Carole Frances Lung, Sunny Nash and Yulya Dukhovny, who will be speaking about Long Beach, Feminism Ideals and their practice.

Feminism Ideals is a series of conversations hosted by the Museum about the place of women artists in the art world and institutions such as galleries and museums. January’s discussion featured Karen Kleinfelder, Director, School of the Arts, California State University Long Beach who highlighted significant moments for women in art history. In February, Marie Thibeault, renowned artist and CSULB professor, lectured about Feminism Ideals from a working artist’s perspective.

This event is free and open to the public; however, seating is limited. Feminism Ideals will be located in the Lane Oceanview Gallery on Thursday, March 26 from 6:30PM to 7:30PM.



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