Tickets are general admission and we can only guarantee you a seat until 4:45 pm.
Please arrive early.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 | 5 PM | FREE
UMFA Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Jr. Auditorium
In 1985, a group of female artists founded Guerrilla Girls to shed light on discrimination in the art world through provocative activism, wearing gorilla masks to hide their true identities. Today, they continue their legacy as important contributors to the causes of feminism and social change. Their dynamic presentations are known to be exciting, empowering events, extending their invitation to "Go ape with us!" Contains adult content.
The performance is part of a three-day Utah tour co-sponsored by the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Shaw Gallery at Weber State University, and the Department of Arts & Design in the Caine College of Arts at Utah State University. Additional support for the UMFA performance has been provided by the Department of Art and Art History and the Honors College at the University of Utah.
> An interview with Guerrilla Girls
> Guerrilla Girls.com
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