Feminisms Lunch Lecture: Revolutionary Visibility

Date / Time

November 15, 2018

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Chicago-based artists Sandra Antongiorgi and Sam Kirk have dedicated themselves to creating work that is centered around visibility and inclusion. As collaborators and individual artists, they have used the public space to create narrative driven work that pays tribute to women and communities often underrepresented. Using art as a guide to spark dialogue and reaction to cultural and societal issues, their work shares a revolutionary and powerful vision of female identity. Join us as they share examples of their work and discuss the goals behind their individual art practices and collaborative projects.

Free & open to the public. Lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP at revolutionaryvisibility.eventbrite.com.

Please email us if you have any dietary restrictions or accommodation requests: ramonag@uic.edu.


Feminism means different things to different people. Join us for lunch as we explore, discuss, and highlight feminisms and examine them within various cultural locations and contexts. Every month, the Feminisms Lecture Series hosts a guest speaker exploring the varied and complex realms of feminism.

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