CROTCH: Contested Territory
Whitdel Arts is proud to present CROTCH: Contested Territory. This exhibition is a discussion on modern sexuality and changing gender roles. As society evolves its views on gender the constructs that were once held as “standards” or “rules” have been blurred and expanded. How much does society’s framing of gender affect how we shape our own identities? From a young age, we are taught that such issues are a private matter, but as these ideas and concepts change and come to the forefront of discussion it’s clear that from the beginning of life our “private parts” seem to mandate a lot in regards to how we live, reaching much further than points on an anatomical chart.
Please join us for an opening reception for the artists on December 4th, 7-10pm
The exhibition will run from December 4- January 23, 2015. This event is free and open to the public. Open gallery hours are during exhibitions, Saturdays (noon-3pm), 3rd Thursdays (7-9pm) or by appointment. For more information, e-mail Rachel at Rachel@WhitdelArts.com For a full schedule of exhibitions and events at Whitdel Arts, please visit www.whitdelarts.com