Balthus, Thérèse Dreaming, detail, oil on canvas, 1938
#metoo in Art with Christine Brouzes
Free, everyone welcome!
Should art by abusive artists be called out by the #metoo movement? Male actors, directors and producers who have abused or harassed women (or are accused of such behaviours) are suffering professional consequences. Should the same standards apply to artists? And if so, what does this mean for the display of their works? Beyond that, what about artworks that in and of themselves reflect abuse? How does the portrayal of women in art relate to the #metoo movement?
Reading: Emily Wilson, “Art Historians Discuss Strategies for Dealing with Work by Abusive Artists”
Christine Brouzes is an experienced workshop leader and Red River College instructor. At MAWA, she has shared her passion for beading with experienced and first-time beaders alike. Brouzes is a civil servant who works with families and is the Director at Ikwe Safe Ride. She practises sharing information and skills through careful preparation and clear, respectful communication.