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Campus News

March 6, 2018

GC Students Recreate 'Dinner Party' Art Exhibit, Open to the Public

Garrett College's Psychology of Women and American Association of University Women (AAUW) students recreated the Dinner Party, an iconic work by feminist artist Judy Chicago. Students created their own place settings featuring women and men who worked toward gender equality during each wave of the women's movement.

The art exhibit opened on Monday, March 5 and will be open to the public through Friday, March 9th from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m., March 8-16 and March 26-29 in Room 620A on the McHenry campus of the College. For more information on the exhibit that is open to the general public, persons may contact Dr. Terry Kasecamp, Professor of Psychology, at 301-387-3005 or terry.kasecamp@garrettcollege.edu.

Dinner Party - Art Exhibit

Pictured in the first row, from left to right, are: Shermani "Jordan" Jones, Mariah Long, Lillian Tasker, Gabirella Wildensen, Angela Lowry, and Kayleah Ferguson. In the second row (left to right) are: Jordyn Thomas, Gavin McConnell, Kalynn Eyler, Liutaurus Repsys, April McKinley, Tiffany Hutzel, Robert Lawson, Jonathan Caughman, Dr. Terry Lynn Kasecamp, and Dr. Richard Midcap.