Curated by W. Rod Faulds and Staci Boris

Schmidt Center Gallery | February 28 - April 11, 1998
Related Exhibitions: some WOMEN/PRETTY girls

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Artist: Cathrine Howe

Cathrine Howe: Paintings 1992-1998 exhibition includes six works of Howe that primarily focus on female subjects in often aesthetically painted backgrounds. This particular style in her works is meant to bring to light how women are “imagined” without presenting them in a narrative context or a way that helps you understand much of who they are.





catherine howe

Catherine Howe: Paintings 1992-1998

Curators: Staci Boris and W. Rod Faulds

February 26 - April 11, 1998

6" x 6" Brochure

4 pages






Public Programs: 
Free & Open to the Public 

Pre-Opening Lecture, Cathrine Howe

5 pm, Wednesday, February 25 - Performing Arts #101

Representations of Women: Some Feminist Perspectives

5 pm, Thursday, March 19 - General Classroom South #120 by Dorthy Leland & Jane Caputi, FAU Women’s Studies Center FAU Faculty

“My Little Pretty: Images of Girls by Contemporary Women Artists”

6 pm, Tuesday, March 24 - General Classroom South #199 by Staci Boris, Assistant Curator, Museum is Contemporary Art, Chicago (MCA)