Emerson Dorsch is set to host a closing reception and panel discussion honoring Elisabeth Condon on the occasion of her solo exhibition, Tempus Fugit. The panel will include Elisabeth Condon, and Associate Professor of Art History at Florida Atlantic University, Karen J. Leader, Ph.D., moderated by Tyler Emerson-Dorsch.
This casual conversation will delve into Elisabeth’s ideas, personal histories, experiences, and the creative processes that shape her artistic language today.
The event is scheduled for Saturday, February 3rd, from 2 pm to 5 pm. Following the panel discussion, there will be a reception where attendees can further engage with the topics discussed. For attendees, it’s advisable to arrive early due to limited seating.
Karen J. Leader is Associate Professor of Art History and Faculty Associate in the Center for Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Florida Atlantic University. She received her BA from the University of California, Berkeley and her MA and Ph.D. at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Her areas of interest include art and popular culture in the 19th-21th centuries, feminist theory and practice, and the history and future of the discipline of art history, the humanities, and higher education. She has published on the artist Gustave Courbet, representations of women in popular culture, and 21st-century tattoo culture. She directs the Barb Schmidt Fellowship: Cultivating Community Involvement, Activism and Social Change.
Elisabeth Condon’s paintings have been recognized by a Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant, Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, and Florida Individual Artist Fellowship. They reside in the permanent collections of Tampa Museum of Art, Perez Art Museum Miami, Hudson River Museum, United States Embassy Beijing, and numerous private collections throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia.