|May 7 , 2010|
London, ON – London’s own Louise Fagan will speak to the art of telling women’s stories in the year’s final lecture of the Sophia Series at Brescia University College on Thursday, May 13, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. in the St. James Auditorium. Fagan said she feels that if talking is remembering, then cultivating and sharing women’s stories remains one of the most powerful tools in disseminating women’s history. “From our earliest experiences, stories have provided a common place of understanding our collective experiences – where we’ve been, who we are, and what we’ve felt.”
Fagan has garnered a reputation as an arts entrepreneur adept at bringing an idea to its fullest development. Her recent credits include:
This Sophia Series event is sponsored by The Circle Women’s Centre. Created and endowed by Shelly Siskind, this lecture honours Jeanne Adamson, a woman who was not famous or well known, but a mother and friend who touched the lives of everyone with whom she came in contact. Adamson passed away from Cancer in 1987.
A donation for entry is welcome and parking is free. For more information, please phone 519.432.8353, ext. 28288, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.brescia.uwo.ca/thecircle.
Brescia University College, Canada’s premier women’s university college, is affiliated with The University of Western Ontario. The 1,100 women registered as either full or part-time students at Brescia study a wide variety of subjects in Arts, Social Sciences, and Foods & Nutrition in an empowering, compassionate, student-centred, and invigorating environment. Degrees are granted by Western. The Catholic College welcomes students from all backgrounds and values diversity. For more current and archived news, a listing of faculty experts, and photos please visit our Online Media Room at http://www.brescia.uwo.ca/media/index.html
For more information, please contact:
Kim Young Milani Director of The Circle Women’s Centre Phone: 519.432.8353, ext. 28385 E-mail: email@example.com