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Haggin Museum Shines Light On Female Artists

Courtesy of the Haggin Museum
 

Courtesy of the Haggin Museum

For every 100 works of art on display, only three to five pieces are likely to be by a woman artist.
 
A new exhibit at the Haggin Museum in Stockton aims to change to that. “Full Sun: American Women Artists Illuminate the Haggin Museum” features paintings and sculptures by well-known female artists from across America.
 
The exhibit opens tomorrow (Aug. 2) and runs through Sept. 16. Susan Obert, Deputy Director of the Haggin Museum, and Kathy Waste, a Sacramento-based artist, discuss the exhibit, the artists participating in it and how it came to be.
 
The Haggin Museum is also holding a free and open to the public symposium on Women in the Arts on Saturday, Aug. 4.
 
Watch this video to learn more about the Haggin Museum.
 
 
Learn about the American Women Artists' 25 in 25 campaign here.
 

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