Finding the female voice, making space, celebrating the female body, creating independent thinkers, rewriting ritual, reflecting on and asserting needs are aspects of feminist pedagogy.
Join art educator Amy Karlinsky, on Friday May 6, from noon to 1:00 pm at MAWA,
611 Main Street, as she discusses strategies and looks at projects undertaken with female students and female artists at a university, the public school system, a cultural art centre, an adult women’s group and a women’s shelter.
Amy Karlinsky is a writer, curator and teacher with experience in galleries and museums in New York State, Manitoba, Ontario, British Columbia and Nunavut. Karlinsky has taught in rural, northern, public and private schools, including Winnipeg’s Inner City, as well as universities. She was a Visiting Fellow at St. John's College and an Adjunct Professor in Native Studies. Her art criticism has appeared in Border Crossings, Canadian Art, the Winnipeg Free Press and more.
This lecture is sponsored by the University of Winnipeg Institute for Women’s
and Gender Studies c/o the Margaret Laurence Endowment.