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On \;March 1st\, \;Life of An Artist \;(Ingrid Reev e\, Barbara Milliorn and Evan Senn) will continue their dialogue with the p ublic on what it means to be a feminist\, a working female art professional \, and more.  \;Through a panel discussion with some of Southern Califo rnia&rsquo\;s prominent and influential female artists\, art professionals\ , critics and professors\, the \;Feminism Today: Art and Life& nbsp\;panel presentation and conversation will focus on feminist art practi ces in both contemporary art and life. The women involved will open up to t he public\, and to \;Life of an Artist: a reality TV web serie s\, in a discussion of how everyday life and art-making intersect. \; T opics will include sexism\, racism and/or the trials\, tribulations or bene fits of being a women\, and feminists\, as female art professionals have ex perienced in their respective artistic careers and personal lives.\n

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Confirmed panelists include:

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Carrie Yury: \;Carrie Yury is Head of Research and Insights at BeyondCurious\, I nc.\, and she writes for the \;Huffington Post \;regularly . Yury is also a nationally-exhibited fine artist\, mother\, wife and femin ist. She is based in Long Beach.

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Micol Hebron: \;Micol Hebron is an interdisciplinary artist and is an Assistant Pr ofessor at Chapman University. She is the founder of the LA Art Girls\, the (former) co-founder of the artist collective The Elizabeths\, and a contri buting editor at \;X-TRA Magazine. She lives and works in Los Angeles\, where she is represented by Jancar Gallery. Her latest project is featured on the cover of \;Artillery Magazine \;this mont h.

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Arzu Arda Kosar: \;Arzu Arda Kosar is an international artist now residing in Los Angeles. She is the founder of Yarn Bombing Los Angeles\, a member of the MapConception. She is the co-fo under of TransIstanbul Collective that worked with inner city youth in Ista nbul\, Turkey and co-founder of International Survey of Alternative Artscen e that examined contemporary art practices outside of the museum-gallery sy stem in different parts of the world.

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Joanna Roche: \;Dr. \;Joanna Roche\, published poet and Professor of Art History\, is a specialist in contemporary art. She specializes in Modern Ar t\, Theory and Practice in New Media\, Methods and Historiography. Her publ ications include articles and reviews on Joseph Cornell\, Goat Island\, Car olee Schneemann\, Cindy Sherman\, Pipilotti Rist\, Tom Nechtal\, Christian Hill\, Joe Forkan and Nobuhito Nishigawara. Her scholarship examines the in terworkings of memory and making in contemporary art.

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Carrie Paterson: \;Carrie Paterson is an artist\, writer and professor whose work crosses interdisciplinary boundaries between the arts and sciences. \;Paterson has taught various courses at many universitie s in Southern California since 2001 in sculpture\, expository writing\, vis ual culture\, and the narrative structures in contemporary culture. \;P aterson has contributed \;essays\, reviews and critical articles to a v ariety of publications including \;Sculpture\, Flash Art\, X-TRA\, Artillery \;and \;Artweek\, and currently she is Asso ciate Editor for \;Artillery Magazine.

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Grand Central Art Center A.I.R. Basement Studio

DTEND:20140301T190000 DTSTAMP:20141226T075933 DTSTART:20140301T180000 GEO:33.7461522;-117.8695317 LOCATION:Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center\,125 N. Broadway \nSa nta Ana\, CA 92701 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Feminism Today: Art and Life - panel discussion\, Micol Hebron\, C arrie Paterson UID:322750 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR