Lecture Series: Women Significant in Creation of the Lou Tate Foundation

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Date(s) - 03/21/2020
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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The Little Loomhouse

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The Little Loomhouse presents

The Lecture Series: Women Significant in Creation of the Lou Tate Foundation

March is Women’s History Month and we will be celebrating all month long starting with our Women’s History Month Exhibition: Women of the Ohio Vallery Weavers. From the Archives, this is the public’s first chance to see the work of these women significant to the creation of the Lou Tate Foundation. Gifted to the Foundation from the estate of Rose Pero, Lou Tate’s long-term secretary, friend, and co-teacher, these pieces have not been shown since 1958.

In conjunction with this exhibition, we will be offering a panel lecture-discussion on March 21st  from 2 pm – 4 pm on the women significant to the creation of the Lou Tate Foundation. Join Historian and Author, Stefanie Rae Buzan, and Loomhouse Director of Programming and Education, Michelle Amos to learn more about these amazing women and their efforts to create the Lou Tate Foundation now 40 years old. 

Lecture is $5 members/$10 non-members, Reception with light refreshments will be served in the gallery immediately after the lecture.