Alum Julia Couzens at Patricia Sweetow Gallery
It’s Women’s History Month – a time to reflect on progress and battles left undone. It’s also perfect timing for Julia Couzens’ exhibition “Stitch ‘n Bitch.” Alum Julia Couzens (MFA ‘90) is an uncompromising artist and writer of discerning insight. Drawing upon over thirty years steeped in the vernacular of modernist and contemporary art history, Couzens focuses her critical lens on gender disparity in the visual arts in her new show ”Stitch ‘n Bitch” which opens at the Patricia Sweetow Gallery on Saturday, April 3.
“Stich ‘n Bitch” runs to May 22, 2021. The opening reception will
be Saturday, April 3, 1 – 3:30 pm. The gallery will allow
safe capacity limits. Please wear approved masks for everyone’s
A book signing for Textile Tags / Julia Couzens is scheduled for Saturday, April 17th, 1 – 3:30 pm.
Register to book an appointment during the week to view the exhibition / call for additional times.
Reserve a signed catalog, Textile Tags / Julia Couzens.
Additionally, Couzens will participate in conversation with
art historian Jenni Sorkin (Professor, UC Santa
Barbara) and artist and writer Maria Porges. Sorkin and
Porges have both contributed essays to Textile Tags / Julia
Couzens. RSVP required for both events.
Couzens and Sorkin: Saturday, April 10 at 1pm PST.
Couzens and Porges. Saturday, May 8 at 1pm PST.
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