Guerilla Warfare: Representing the Other in Contemporary Art Museums

Senior Capstone Experience by Casey Wolhar ’20

Submitted to the Department of Communication and Media Studies

Advised by Dr. Alicia Kozma

Description: Guerilla Warfare explores issues surrounding representation of women identifying and non-male artists within contemporary art museums. Through a literature review, I investigate disparity of representation, how this can be built on institutional bias and possible solutions such as curatorial intervention. I also offer a solution in practice by explaining the plans for a performance based exhibition featuring four women artists for Washington College’s Kohl Gallery. “

Contributor Bio: Casey Wolhar ’20 graduated Washington College summa cum laude with a Studio Art and Communications and Media Studies degree. While at school she was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha and participated in several musicals. She also maintained an internship at Kohl Gallery from her sophomore to senior year. In her senior year, she received departmental honors in both Communications and Studio Art. She was also the recipient of two departmental art awards including the Nielsen Professional Art Award and Nielsen Juror’s Choice Award. Wolhar is passionate about art and feminism which made Guerilla Warfare the perfect project to bring these two facets together.

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