FREE WITH RSVP 

ABOUT #ONEINTHEIRSELF

Open TV, Woman Made Gallery and the Art Institute present "One in Their Self," a multi sensory experience that explores self-representation, gender and art, in conjunction with Woman Made Gallerys exhibits One in Herself and Entirely Myself. 

Featuring the premiere of NIC Kay's OPEN TV - beta docu–series, "The Bronx Cunt Tour," the experience includes a traditional panel discussion and a variety of non-traditional ways for participants to engage with issues of personal narrative, trans representation, gender, and art.

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#ONEINTHEIRSELF - AN EXPERIENCE CURATED BY OPEN TV, WOMAN MADE GALLERY AND THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO

Arrive early to get involved with a collaborative durational art project that will run throughout the day, curated by the The Art Institute of Chicago; then join us for a panel discussion organized by Woman Made Gallery featuring the curator of One in Herself along with local scholars and artists; and reengage your hands in a maker workshop curated by the Art Institute; finally, experience and the music and the visuals of "The #BronxCuntTour" in its world premiere.

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THE PROGRAM

12:00PM - Woman Made Gallery Opens
1:00PM - Durational piece curated by The Art Instittue
1:30-2:30PM - panel discussion moderated by WMG and Open TV
2:30-4:00PM - Maker workshop presented by The Art Instittue
4:00-5:30PM - Open TV screening of "The Bronx Cunt Tour followed by talk back NIC Kay

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THE CURATORS

OPEN TV - beta 
OPEN TV (beta) is a Chicago-based web platform for television by queer, trans and cis-women and artists of color, currently a research project by Aymar Jean Christian, assistant professor of communication at Northwestern University.
@weareoentv | #weareopentv | weareopen.tv

Woman Made Gallery 
Woman Made Gallery is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization founded in 1992. Its goal is to cultivate, promote and support the work of female-identified artists by providing exhibition opportunities, professional development, and public programs that invite discussion about what feminism means today. More than 7,500 women artists have exhibited their work here since WMG was established. WMG welcomes the participation of people of all gender expressions and orientations as artists and program participants, members and supporters.
@womanmadegallery | womanmade.org 

The Art Institute of Chicago 
Join the Art Institute of Chicago in creating personal and communal representations of identity, inspired by artwork in our New Contemporary Galleries.
@artinsitutuechi | artic.edu