For the Record

Ashley responds to the recent controversy concerning her statements on Gauguin, and discusses how a girl-centered approach can benefit inclusivity and diversity in the arts.

Two Responses to Egon Schiele: Part 2

This is the second part of our two responses to Jane Kallir’s article, “Egon Schiele was not a sex offender”. The first part, from Program Developer Tiffany Rhoades, can be found here. While Tiffany looked primarily at the historical context and...

Two Responses to Egon Schiele: Part 1

Recently, some of Girl Museum’s senior staff got into a discussion centered around an article by Jane Kallir on Egon Schiele, an early 20th century Austrian Expressionist. In January, Head Girl Ashley E Remer discussed the #MeToo movement in the art world....

#MeToo and Girlhood in Art

Just look at the painting. You do not need any special pedigree, beyond being sighted. In fact, a blind person could tell you, if the painting were being described to them, that something is not right. This painting is called Thérèse Dreaming, by...

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