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Blaffer Art Museum presents Molly Zuckerman-Hartung Artist Talk

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Blaffer Art Museum will host an in-person talk with visiting artist Molly Zuckerman-Hartung. This event is presented on the occasion of her mid-career survey exhibition "Comic Relief," currently on view at the museum.

In her formative years, Zuckerman-Hartung participated in Riot Grrrl - the 1990s underground punk scene that originated in the Pacific Northwest and exhorted radical female empowerment through collaborative community-building and the rejection of male-dominated power structures. This involvement had a lasting effect on the artist, instilling within her a permanent inclination toward inquiry and critique, as well as a deep-rooted sense of creative resistance to societal boundaries, cultural norms, and conventional aesthetics.

Blaffer Art Museum will host an in-person talk with visiting artist Molly Zuckerman-Hartung. This event is presented on the occasion of her mid-career survey exhibition "Comic Relief," currently on view at the museum.

In her formative years, Zuckerman-Hartung participated in Riot Grrrl - the 1990s underground punk scene that originated in the Pacific Northwest and exhorted radical female empowerment through collaborative community-building and the rejection of male-dominated power structures. This involvement had a lasting effect on the artist, instilling within her a permanent inclination toward inquiry and critique, as well as a deep-rooted sense of creative resistance to societal boundaries, cultural norms, and conventional aesthetics.

Blaffer Art Museum will host an in-person talk with visiting artist Molly Zuckerman-Hartung. This event is presented on the occasion of her mid-career survey exhibition "Comic Relief," currently on view at the museum.

In her formative years, Zuckerman-Hartung participated in Riot Grrrl - the 1990s underground punk scene that originated in the Pacific Northwest and exhorted radical female empowerment through collaborative community-building and the rejection of male-dominated power structures. This involvement had a lasting effect on the artist, instilling within her a permanent inclination toward inquiry and critique, as well as a deep-rooted sense of creative resistance to societal boundaries, cultural norms, and conventional aesthetics.

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Blaffer Art Museum
4188 Elgin St.
Houston, TX 77004
http://www.blafferartmuseum.org/

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Admission is free.
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