Tracy Rector ’06 (Seattle, MA) exhibited at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). Her show, “Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson,” included films Ch’aak’ S’aagi (the first virtual-reality video by a Native artist) and Clearwater: People of the Salish Sea. Each film had an enriched viewing environment in the gallery, created by Rector, full of shells, tools, and cultural creations by her fellow artists. In addition, Rector also recently collaborated with SAM in conjunction with the “Double Exposure” exhibition for “Through Her Eyes: Indigenous Shorts,” a free evening of short films curated by Rector and Longhouse Media, highlighting “cutting edge films by Native woman directors.”
Dr. Janet Dewart Bell ’74, ’15 (Antioch Maryland, BA and GSLC, PhD and a member of Antioch’s Board of Governor’s) was quoted in the recent NY Times roundtable article “‘I Feel Proud, and I Feel Mad as Hell’: Gloria Steinem on Ms. Magazine and Feminism Today.” “Janet Dewart Bell, Ms. contributor: My mother thought the title “Ms.” was absolutely brilliant — that it brought dignity, that it brought power and understanding of equality. She felt, even though she never used the term “intersectionality,” that it made women more alike than different.” Read the full NY Times article here. Read Dr.