Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Thursday Lecture

The CCS Woodward Lecture Series Spring 2005 season closes tomorrow night
Thursday, April 21 at 7:30pm: Lynda Benglis, sculptor
CCS's Woodward Lecture Series presents the internationally renowned
artist Lynda Benglis, whose sculptural explorations have been called
expressionist, feminist, exhibitionist, pop, funk, minimalist and
post-minimalist. Benglis has also worked extensively in video and has
experimented with printmaking, cast paper, painting, drawing and
ceramics. This lecture is co-sponsored by the Susanne Hilberry Gallery,
which will open an exhibition of Ms. Benglis' work on Friday evening,
April 22 from 6-8pm. This exhibition will run through June 18.
Seating is limited. This lecture will take place in the Wendell W.
Anderson Jr. Auditorium inside the Walter B. Ford II Building, at the
corner of John R. and Frederick Douglass streets on the CCS campus. Free
parking is available in the CCS parking structure, located on Brush
Street, just north of Frederick Douglass.


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