Three women talking in cafe.
Chapman Assistant Art Professor,
Micol Hebron,
will be speaking on a panel titled,
Feminism Today: Art and Life,
Cal State Fullerton
, on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at 6 p.m. in the Grand Central Art Center A.I.R. Basement Studio. This is a free event and is open to the public. 

Life of An Artist
(Ingrid Reeve, Barbara Milliorn and Evan Senn) will dialogue with the public on what it means to be a feminist, a working female art professional, and more.  Through a panel discussion with some of Southern California’s prominent and influential female artists, art professionals, critics and professors, the 
Feminism Today: Art and Life
 panel presentation and conversation will focus on feminist art practices in both contemporary art and life. The women involved will open up to the public, and to 
Life of an Artist
: a reality TV web series, in a discussion of how everyday life and art-making intersect.  Topics will include sexism, racism and/or the trials, tribulations or benefits of being a women, and feminists, as female art professionals have experienced in their respective artistic careers and personal lives.