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Circle Level Member Preview Brunch
March 5 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Circle Level Members: FREE
Join us for brunch in the PAC to celebrate our newest Exhibitions.
RSVP with Ryan Flanders at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-753-0381 x123Please note any dietary restrictions for accommodation
Space is limited, RSVP as soon as possible!
La Onda Chicana
La Onda Chicana (“The Chicanx Wave”) is named after the multidisciplinary artistic movement that grew out of Mexico (La Onda) and the Chicano movement (El Moviemento) in America inspired by Civil Rights activism of the 1960s. Featuring artwork by over 30 Chicanx and Latinx artists from the Civil Rights Movement to the present, La Onda Chicana demonstrates the power of art to communicate individual and collective identities and to create new realities.
Femicide Florals/Flores De Femicidio
Flores de Femicidio / Femicide Florals is Natali Bravo-Barbee’s ongoing memorial for women in her native Argentina. There were 327 femicides in 2019 in Argentina alone. She begins by researching each woman’s story and gathering an archive for each victim that includes media stories and traces found on social media.
Flores de Femicidio es un monumento permanente de Natali Bravo-Barbee para las mujeres asesinadas en su país natal Argentina. Solo en Argentina hubieron 327 feminicidios en 2019.
Cutting Edge: CT Artists Explore Precisionism
In the 1920s, the United States entered the Machine Age. As cities and household interiors embraced new technology and became sleek and modern, a group of artists developed a style that captured the zeitgeist: Precisionism. This exhibition explores the little-known artistic movement by focusing on the work of Connecticut artists who employed fine art and design to speak to these technological and social changes.