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Art+Tea with Agnes Chavez

Agnes Chavez is a new media artist, educator, and co-director of The Paseo Taos.

The Harwood Museum of Art is featuring Agnes’s installation entitled  1,290 more words

Art

March Short Story: Eyeliner

August 5th, 2000

He knew he had to find it before even thinking of stepping out that day.

Harwood had an elaborate morning routine. Some of it was normal, like brushing his teeth, but he was the only man he knew that wore makeup. 1,481 more words

Fiction

Matrimonial Misogyny & Cameo Cannibalism

Of past contemporary existential post-modernists, few have ever managed to capture and reflect Australia’s ever shifting cultural identity with such diversity as Gwen Harwood. Through her various works published between the early 1940’s and dawn of the new millennium, many largely unimpeded social issues common of the era were given original and often critical engagement that they may not have seen otherwise in the public limelight. 1,230 more words

Lit

Gwen Harwood:

So, you wanted to learn a few things about Gwen Harwood’s poems? Well, you’ve come to the right place! And you’re in for a treat because not only are we going to analyse some of her works, but we’re also going to be looking at the women and men of the 1950’s and 60’s and the media’s influence on society during this time. 2,980 more words

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Where Gender Roles Are Headed In The Next Five Years

Gender roles. Sticky topic aye? All that patriarchy nonsense with men on top, women on bottom (not in the fun way either). If you don’t understand it, don’t fret. 1,535 more words

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Sonnet Wars: Episode V - Gwen Harwood Strikes Back

Harwood uses the persona of a single mum is used to demonstrate how cultural conditioning lock women into parenting responsibilities. They also suggest that she sees her children as parasites to be loathed rather than cherished (She surprisingly had kids). 829 more words

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Unseen Side

Nicholas Sparks once wrote “Poetry wasn’t written to be analysed; it was meant to inspire without reason, to touch without understanding.” But when your English teacher tells you to analyse, you analyse without question; and so my comparative analysing of Gwen Harwood begins. 547 more words

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