Curated by Beth Kleene
August 4 - September 15, 2018
Definition of ladylike
1 : becoming or suitable to a lady
2: resembling a lady in appearance or manners : well-bred
3 a : feeling or showing too much concern about elegance or propriety
3b : lacking in strength, force, or virility
Border Patrol is pleased to present Lady-Like, a group exhibition curated by Portland, Maine artist, Beth Kleene.
Featuring works by Anne Buckwalter, Jaime Bull, Stacey Elder, Elizabeth Kleene, KC Crow Maddux, Kayla Mattes, and Cobra McVey, Lady-Like seeks to question accepted definitions of femininity and what it means to make work that is “feminine.” The show hopes to present the idea of femininity as a broad spectrum that extends beyond traditional expressions of the feminine, encompassing interpretations of ladylike behavior and gender that defy convention. An opening reception with the guest curator will be held on Saturday, August 4, from 4 - 6pm.
Saturday, August 4, 2018
4:00 - 6:00p