Goddesses, monsters, mothers, lovers, dames, femmes fatales . . .
depictions of women in American films have created numerous, and
often contradictory, images. Guest curated by Christine Catanzarite,
Associate Director of Illinois Program for Research in the
Humanities, this exhibition will illustrate the breadth and variety
of images of women in film, from the early days of silent cinema
through the studio era and contemporary films.
We gratefully acknowledge Stephen W. Blakely for lending his
May 7 5:30 p.m.
"Coming Attractions: Hollywood, Women, and the Art of
Movie Advertising" * Talk by guest curator, Christine
Catanzarite, Krannert Art Museum Auditorium
May 11 1:00 p.m.
Second Sunday Gallery Tour
Join a guided tour of the exhibition by guest curator, Christine
Catanzarite prior to the WILL-FM Second Sunday Concert.
Blonde Ice, 1948
Film Classics, Inc.
Lent by Stephen W. Blakely