Brushed Aside Through History Discussion / The Eye is the First Circle Screening
Our new film, THE EYE IS THE FIRST CIRCLE, highlights the need for women’s inclusion in every aspect of work and society.
Come meet us for the debut screening of the film & a live panel discussion of the key industries where women’s success and impact have been historically overlooked.
About the Reception
Join PBS12 and The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce for a very special event in honor of Women’s History Month.
Our live panel discussion, “Brushed Aside Through History,” will explore historical findings, how trailblazing women have created change, and how women can over these hurdles in the future.
This reception and panel discussion are FREE and open to the public.
About the Film Screening
Produced by PBS12 and Schler Productions, THE EYE IS THE FIRST CIRCLE recognizes the group of diverse and marginalized women artists in the mid 20th century who, until recently, have been absent from the narrative of art history.
Inspired by the Denver Art Museum’s groundbreaking 2016 exhibit, The Women of Abstract Expressionism, the film tells the story of these female artists from the 1940s and ’50s who were excluded from the historical narrative of America’s first avant-garde art movement, simply because they were women.
Screening attendees will need to pay the Denver Art Museum (DAM) entry fee. ($10 for DAM members; $20 for non-DAM members). The link to pay for that fee will be provided after you RSVP.