Cedar Valley College – Educational Art Gallery

Cedar Valley College - Educational Art Gallery


3030 North Dallas Avenue

Lancaster, TX 75134


Telling Our Stories: Creating Maternal Identity through Photography

Cedar Valley College - Educational Art Gallery

June 5 - August 4, 2018

An exhibition curated by Cynthia Miller and featuring works by Amy Holmes George, H. Jennings Sheffield, Libby Rowe, Danielle Rene Khoury, Lupita Murillo Tinnen, Ana Fritzel as well as Cynthia Miller. From the gallery: "These diverse artists explore personal and distinctive first-person reflections of their concept of maternal experience. Miller seeks to present views of motherhood that avoid the mass-media banalities about these real, adult women, and reveal their actual voices, identities and agency."


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