Exhibiting Home Truths artist Ann Fessler, who has created multiple works connected to her experience as an adoptee, will screen her film and respond to questions from the audience. A Girl Like Her reveals the hidden history of over a million young American women who became pregnant in the 1950s and 60s and were banished to maternity homes to give birth, surrender their children, and return home alone.
Ferguson Lecture Hall
BARBARA TANNENBAUM Curator of Photography, Cleveland Museum of Art Will Success Spoil Photography? Why is an Andreas Gursky photo currently worth fifty times more than an Emmet Gowin ...Read more
Maria Barnas is a Dutch writer, poet and artist whose work centers on the myriad ways description can shape reality. Barnas wrote a series of ...Read more