Follow the link to hear several Texans comment on their victory over Chicago http://ow.ly/fdPpL
Kubiak gives short victory speech in locker room following Houston Texans 13-6 win over the Chicago Bears http://ow.ly/fdPYs
“You don’t have to be hostile towards men to be a feminist. Feminism is a word to describe the idea that people, regardless of their sex, gender, race or personal identity, should be treated equally.”
Feminism isn’t this big scary image of bra burning and man hating. Times change and people need to change with it. Follow this link to read more from Mariann Devlin & @InOurWordsBlog http://ow.ly/f9WV1
Linebacker Darryl Sharpton hit the field Wed for 1st time in 2012, after suffering an injury against the Jaquars in 2011.
Although still on the PUP list he is hopeful that he is making big strides to returning to the field. Follow the link to read more in an article by @NickScurfield http://ow.ly/f8O22
Woman Made Gallery in Chicago’s River West neighborhood opened its “Bare Essentials: Minimalism in the 21st Century” exhibit this month, featuring women artists working within the minimalism framework.
Beate Minkovski and Kelly Hensen, two Northeastern Illinois University art students, founded Woman Made Gallery (WMG), in 1992.
In the early sixties Minkovski studied sculpting and ceramics at the Hochschule fur Gestaltung in Germany. Then in 1984 she went on to study painting and Illustration at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, followed by earning her Bachelors Degree in Art from Northeastern Illinois University.
At the end of her senior year, the graduates “had to mount an exhibit and do all the things that are related to that,” said Minkovski.
She and Kelly Hensen “decided on artwork that shows how woman are portrayed throughout history: from the Virgin Mary to a sex blow-up doll man made in Hong-Kong. The exhibition addressed women’s position in patriarchal societies, including imagery on body/beauty, sexuality/reproduction, inequality and violence against women.”