Group exhibition curated by Gail M. Brown.
“Aprons as a visual mnemonic in 1950-1960’s American popular culture have tended to conjure saccharine images of apple pie and June Cleaver moms. This identifiable domestic object has the potential to become a charged icon, a social/political object, of individually focused reference, provocation and unlimited imagination. The exhibition will offer, comment and challenge changing social roles and mores, topics about work, familial life and identity while referencing historic connections to functionality, occupation, community and new household roles.”
Opening August 31st 5-7 pm; Gallery Talk at 5:30 pm