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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)

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Women's History Month at Misericordia University

Misericordia is pleased to celebrate Women's History Month 2024Please join us for the following events:

Floating Beauty: Women in the Art of Ukiyo-e

Art Exhibition Open until March 10, 2024 / Pauly Friedman Art Gallery

This exhibition examines historical perspectives on women and their depiction in art in Edo Period Japan (c.1615-1858). The woodblock prints and cultural objects here present the feminine ideal in literature, kabuki theatre, and poetry, giving insight into women’s lives in the social hierarchy of early modern Japan. This exhibition was organized from the collections of the Reading Public Museum (Reading, PA). For hours and other information, visit www.misericordia.edu/art.

*Free and open to the public


Women’s History Month Trivia

Monday, March 11, 2024 7:30-9:30pm / Archie’s

*For MU community only


Women’s History Month Poetry Reading

Friday, March 15, 2024 12:30-1:30pm / Sandy & Marlene Insalaco Hall, Room 218 (Huntzinger)

Please join us for our annual WHM Poetry Reading. Immerse yourself in wonderfully witty poetry by women across the globe! Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP by 5pm on 3/11/24 to Michelle Donato, mdonato@misericordia.edu.

*For MU community only


Investing in Women: Accelerate Progress

Wednesday, March 20, 2024 12:30-1:30pm / Pauly Friedman Art Gallery

Join us for a panel discussion on women in business. Speakers include Andrea Caladie, Partner, Baker Tilly; and Megan Alpert, Principal, Joy World Wealth Partners. Moderated by Laine Little. A free box lunch will be provided to all students in attendance. RSVP by 12pm on 3/15/2024 to Selena Popek, spopek@misericordia.edu

*Free and open to the public


Women in STEM Film Screening and Panel Discussion:

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Wednesday, March 20, 2024 7:00-9:00pm / Henry Science Center room 275

Join us for a film screening and panel discussion on the important contributions of inventor Hedy Lamarr, the “mother” of modern WiFi and GPS technologies. Panelists include Drs. Angela Asirvatham, Linda Auker, Marnie Hiester, and Pat Lapczynski, RSM.

*For MU community only


Psyanky Egg Workshop

Friday, March 22, 2024 2:00-4:00pm / Pauly Friedman Art Gallery

This art workshop engages participants in egg decoration inspired by the traditional art of Ukrainian Psyanky work, led by local artist Marianne Bump Lurie. Spaces limited; preregistration required. RSVP by 12:00pm on 3/15/24 to Laine Little, ArtGallery@misericordia.edu, (570) 674-6250

*Free and open to the public


5 Women Who Changed the World

Tuesday, March 26, 2024 12:30-1:45pm / Sandy & Marlene Insalaco Hall, Room 218 (Huntzinger)

Come learn about five amazing women who overcame great feats to make incredible contributions to their fields. Presented by MU faculty and staff.

*Free and open to the public


Sip & Paint

Wednesday, March 27, 2024 8:30-10:00pm / Banks Dining Hall

Join us for a fun evening of painting and non-alcoholic beverages. No skills needed! Supplies will be provided.

*For MU community only


The Mark: Graphic Design and Consumer Culture Since 1800

Opening Reception April 4, 2024 5:30pm / Pauly Friedman Art Gallery

Through a close look at historical prints and objects, this exhibit traces the evolution of graphic design, telling a story of how trademarks became meaningful symbols of trust and reputation in American consumer culture. In advertisements, package designs, and creative logos, advertising professionals learned to use eye-catching visuals and salient cultural references to speak to the public through print media. In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, they refined these strategies, helping to create America’s modern consumer society. Co-curated by Drs. Jennifer Black (History) and Lalaine Little (Fine Arts). For hours and other information, visit www.misericordia.edu/art.

*Free and open to the public


Don’t Forget to Support Women’s Athletics! Check out these Home events:

  • Women’s Lacrosse vs. Juniata, 3/16/24 4pm
  • Women’s Softball vs. Delaware Valley, 3/23/24, 1pm and 3pm
  • Women’s Tennis vs. Clarks Summit, 3/25/24, 4pm
  • Women’s Lacrosse vs. Montclair State, 3/27/24 4pm
  • Women’s Softball vs. King’s, 3/28/24 1pm and 3pm

 

*All events are open to the public unless otherwise notedThe Women’s History Month Event Series was made possible with support from: Misericordia University’s Humanities Hub; College of Arts & Sciences; College of Business; Offices of Mission Integration, Diversity, & Student Life; and the Departments of Biology; English, Psychology, Fine Arts, and History & Government. Poster Design: Rachel Urbanowicz and the Misericordia University Print Shop.

Questions about any of the events may be directed to:
Dr. Jennifer Black 
jblack2@misericordia.edu
(570)674-1491

For more information on the Art Gallery events, visit the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery page.

Prior Women's History Month Events