First Friday Salon Talks at the Rose O’Neill House

First Friday Salon Talks at the Rose O’Neill House

This past fall, the HEC co-sponsored the first Salon Talks and Gallery Openings at Rose O’Neill House.
On October 6, Professor Teresa Hornsby, Professor of Religion and Director of the Women and Gender Studies Program shared her thoughts on “How to Be An Academic and Not Lose Your Mind: Scholarship, Activism and Punk Rock.”
The gallery exhibit included “Works on Paper and Porcelain” by Professor Jo Van Arkel, Professor of English and Faculty Advisor to the Rose O’Neill House.
Many joined us for wine, snacks, conviviality and some home brew samples before heading out to the Pool Art Center and other First Friday events.
Rose O’Neill House Salon Talks are co-sponsored by the Humanities and Ethics Center and the Women and Gender Studies Program.  They are free and always open to the Drury community and the public.
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