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CSI Art Gallery
2800 Victory Blvd
Building 1P, Room 112
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Mon -Thurs: 12-4 PM
Saturday: 12-3 PM

Spring 2020

I Like Feminism and Feminism Likes me || Oskar Korsár

March 12 – May 9, 2020
Performance: Tuesday March 10, 3pm
Opening reception: Thursday March 12, 2020, 5-7pm

I like feminism and feminism likes me with Swedish artist Oskar Korsár is a discussion forum, a performance featuring CSI students, and an exhibition in the Art Gallery of the College of Staten Island. Presenting a carnivalesque series of objects, drawings, and actions, the project reimagines a 1974 encounter—a clash—between the charismatic German artist Joseph Beuys and a group of 32 feminist artists, curators, and critics over breakfast at the Stanhope Hotel.

Contact Information

Craig Manister
Email Craig Manister
Siona Wilson
Curator for 2019-20


March 12, 3.00-4.30pm, The Art Gallery of the College of Staten Island, 1P-112
Responding to I Like Feminism and Feminism Likes me
Panel discussion with Oskar Korsár (visiting artist), Sean Edgecomb (PCA), Tara Mateik (Media Culture): clue event


Monday March 30, 6.30-8pm, The Art Gallery of the College of Staten Island, 1P-112
Women’s Communities, Feminist Activism: Global Comparisons
A panel discussion with Ozlem Goner (Sociology), Alyson Bardsley (English and the Women’s Center), Catherine Lavender (History and the Women’s Center), and Jane Marcus Delgado (International Studies)


April 28, 3.00-4.30pm, The Art Gallery of the College of Staten Island, 1P-112
Feminist History by Other Means
A panel discussion with Michael Mandiberg (Media Culture), Helena Shaskevich (Graduate Center), and Siona Wilson (PCA): clue event

Advisory Committee

Miguel Aragon (PCA)
Catherine Lavender (History and Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies)
Edward Miller (Media Culture)
Beatrix Reinhardt (PCA)
Nanette Salomon (PCA)
Valerie Tevere (Media Culture)
Chris Verene (PCA)
Marianne Weil (PCA)
Siona Wilson (PCA) committee chair

The Gallery of the College of Staten Island is dedicated to presenting a rich diversity of professional artistic practice by both contemporary and historical artists. Through high quality exhibitions and related events, the gallery strives to introduce and engage the college community and the wider New York public to a global breadth of creative output. Our programing serves as a springboard for introducing a broad range of issues including, but not limited to, personal, intercultural, social, historical, scientific, health-related, economic, political, and transnational subjects. We aim to use the visual and interdisciplinary arts to facilitate difficult discussions about new ideas while fostering curiosity, developing critical thinking and encouraging a respectful understanding of divergent points of view and experiences. Exhibitions and related events seek to enrich our students and the diverse communities they come as well as the college community as a whole, making connections across the educational divisions and schools through the unique communicative power of the visual and interdisciplinary arts. 

Exhibitions are curated by members of the faculty with an expertise in the visual arts. The curatorial position rotates annually. An advisory committee of faculty and staff oversees the programming.