Ahree Lee in Conversation with Kayleigh Perkov

Wednesday, October 23, 7-9pm
Presented by Ahree Lee and Kayleigh Perkov
Max Attendance: 50
Free ~ Please RSVP

Join Ahree Lee and art historian Kayleigh Perkov for a conversation on textiles and technology, weaving and computing, gender and labor. 

Kayleigh Perkov is an art historian who studies the intersection of design, technology, and gender. She is currently a curatorial fellow with the Center for Craft, a visiting scholar at the Feminist Research Institute at UC Davis, and a member of the editorial board for The Journal of Modern Craft.

Ahree Lee is a multi-media artist working in video, new media, and textiles. Lee is the Fall Artist-in-Residence at the Women’s Center for Creative Work.

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