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Warrior Women: A Community Conversation Sparked by Sculptor Alice Woodruff

exterior of building
Richard B. Russell Special Collections Libraries, 271

Meet local artist Alice Woodruff and view a selection of sculptures from the exhibition Warrior Women: From Invisible to Formidable One Hundred Strong. A panel discussion will explore themes from the exhibition followed by a community dialogue. Light reception.


  • Alice Woodruff - Artist
  • Joan Prittie - Director of Project Safe and Instructor at the School of Social Work, UGA
  • Tracy Brown - Almost Home Shelter Coordinator and one of the subjects for Warrior Women sculptures
  • Patricia Richards - Director of the Institute for Women’s Studies and Meigs Professor of Sociology & Women's Studies, UGA

Event sponsored by the Russell Library and Janette Rankin Foundation.

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