Angie Rizzo (Curator, CCA), Thais Mather (Artist), and Lucy Madeline (Artist | Activist | Social Practitioner) present a survey of the feminist movement from the turn of the century to present day, discussing the various 'waves' of the movement and current state of affairs.
Angie Rizzo's diverse background in the arts includes administration, education, conservation and an active personal practice. Rizzo has participated in the Getty Multicultural Internship Program, the Babayan Cultural Art Residency program (Cappadocia, Turkey) and Art Conservation de Rigueur (San Francisco, CA). Rizzo’s professional experience includes Saint Elmo Village, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), The Community Arts Partnership, and Machine Project. In 2012, Rizzo co-founded SuperLow Gallery, an alternative artist space and gallery in San Francisco that promoted freedom of artistic experimentation.
Rizzo holds a BFA from CalArts (California Institute of the Arts).
Partial funding was granted by the City of Santa Fe Lodgers Tax, www.Santafe.org