VANIER COLLEGE 2006 WOMEN'S WEEK PRESENTS
PHOTOGRAPHS BY
JUDITH LERMER CRAWLEY

A special display of Judith's Women's Daybook Series photos were a featured exhibit in this year's Women's Week displays. Click here to read an introduction to this exhibit written by Judith.



This is the CAMT Exhibition space in room B-305 where the exhibit was housed.


Photographs from the Women's Daybook Series

 

Photography for me links the personal and the political, the private and the... click here to continue

 

International Women's Day brought together Doris, a counselor and... click here to continue

 

Greta had often talked about her wonderful 87 year old auntie Dora, whose... click here to continue

 

Coming together from different departments/disciplines, we volunteer our... click here to continue

 

Alanna: We encouraged our son to express some of the so-called female... click here to continue

 

Here we are, the three of us sitting in Greta's dining room at her typewriter... click here to continue

 

I am not one to glamorize or romanticize the complexity of nature... click here to continue

 

Part of the joy of having kids around the house is the directness with... click here to continue

 

For me, "passages" evokes not ritualized tradition, but the more... click here to continue

 

Painter Marion Wagschal in her studio in the early '80s: poised between... click here to continue

 

Connections and fusions... across generations, traditions, cultures, continents... click here to continue

 

Here we are, staff and teachers of the Women's Studies Department, sharing a... click here to continue

 

Poised at the edge of a Newfoundland bay, Shirley embraces the sense... click here to continue

 

For me this image continues to speak of the tension for parents between... click here to continue

 

From a place of warmth and comfort, Judy and Tom face the world... click here to continue

 

Not distant or otherworldly, matters of the spirit - the stuff of life... click here to continue

 

We fashion ourselves within an ever-changing social context... click here to continue

 

The magnificent heights of Castle Mountain, so adored by skiers, are accessible... click here to continue



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