The gallery’s new show invites artists and viewers to engage in a conversation about what feminism looks, acts, and sounds like today.
Sex is more than subtext in Woman Made Gallery’s “Slippery Slope.”
Chicago Artist Betsy Odom redefines our relationship to everyday objects.
Mary King’s at Woman Made Gallery
Part of “Category: Printmaking,” on display at Woman Made Gallery
Part of “Myth-Illogical,” on display at Woman Made Gallery
Part of a show on display at Woman Made Gallery
Safe as Houses: There’s No Place Like Home, by Katherine Harriott, part of the group show Cultural Memory: Transdiasporic Art Practices, opening tonight, 6-9 PM, at Woman Made Gallery, 685 N. Milwaukee, 312-738-0400.
Accessories from a jeweler who wanted to be a doctor