Subject: Women. From Matisse's Three Sisters Triptych

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Subject: Women.  From Matisse's Three Sisters Triptych

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Subject: Women is an exploration of the place of women in fine art. Using Matisse's triptych, Three Sisters as an inspiration, Subject: Women begins with the imagined musings of Lorette, a young model who appears in over 50 paintings by Matisse but yet is relatively forgotten by history. Asking what the role of the subject is within a piece of art, this short performance piece looks at the way western society puts women within the frame, defining their roles in the arts as that of muse, inspiration, model, supporter, or lover. Where are our female artists? What does it mean for a women to take her own portrait? Do women have a place outside of being the subject of another man's story? Conceived and Directed by Brenna Geffers Performed by MaryLee Bednarek, Mackenzie Maula, and Rebecca Schaffer with Voice Recording by Ross Beschler and Robert DaPonte Free, Sunday, March 1st at 2:30PM (arrive 15 minutes beforehand). reserve tickets by emailing:

By: The Renegade Company

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