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Opening Reception: Femininity Beyond Archetypes

Femininity Beyond Archetypes: Photography by Natalia Arias of Colombiahighlights themes closely connected with OAS values through AMA’s mission to promote social impact through the arts and the Inter-American Commission of Women’s (CIM) work towards gender equality and the participation and leadership of women. 270 more words


Women, Art and Authority: The Language of Exclusion

I recently watched Amanda Vickery’s series, ‘The Story of Women and Art,’ which you can catch on Iplayer (and catch it soon, before it goes). 1,136 more words

Zoe Willow reblogged this on a little wail and commented:

"The point is not that women simply did not make art--the point is that the art they made was sidelined, excluded,..."

A Time to be in Earnest -- P.D. James

A more recent photo of her contemplative

At seventy-seven it is time to be in earnest — Samuel Johnson

Dear friends and readers,

The second book I’ve found myself able to fall into, be sustained by, absorbed, has been P.D.

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Mick Jackson's The Widow's Tale

Dear friends and readers,

For years now I have found relief and snatches of some inexplicable gratification when I have landed in a novel I can read anywhere and at any time, late at night, on a train, waiting for a bus, one to carry around with me so as to be a friend. 1,458 more words