Gendering Desire: Liberation, Power, and Pleasure
A Juried Exhibition of Art by Women
October 2 - 24
From food to the erotic, desire takes many different forms, and gender is implicated in the process. How does gender and sexuality affect our experiences of passion and pleasure? Do patriarchal and heteronormative power structures suppress human desire? Can rigid binaries of male/female, gay/straight, be transformed into a more fluid, flexible, liberated experience of desire? How do we experience passion and pleasure beyond the sexual? And do women really love chocolate more than men?
This exhibition is sponsored by the Koehnline Museum of Art and the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Oakton Community College.
Public Reception: Thursday, October 2, 5 - 8 p.m.
November 6 - 21
Oakton’s Art Department faculty members demonstrate their unique artistic identities in a show that features paintings, photography, ceramics, and digital art.
Public Reception: Thursday, November 6, 5 - 8 p.m.