Don’t miss Ohio-born, Los Angeles-based artist Andrea Bowers at the Pizzuti Collection of the Columbus Museum of Art at 6pm on April 12. As a feminist and social activist, Bowers’ art works address a range of contemporary issues, often emphasizing or reframing politically charged language. Her neon work featured in the current exhibition highlights—quite literally—the relationship between gender and everyday language. Revealing and challenging the male-centered norms we have all inherited, Bowers invites us to think again in more inclusive terms.
Seating is limited for this talk. RSVP now here.