"Donna Ferrato's Holy" is the culmination of a 50-year trip across the U.S. and beyond. HOLY follows Ferrato's journey from the sexual revolution of the '60s through the #MeToo era. This work, as noted by LIFE Magazine writer and co-collaborator, Claudia G Dowling, "is built on the strength of that other holy trinity -- the mother, the daughter and the others who believe in women." For Ferrato, "Holy" is her answer as a crusader for women's rights, using the medium of photography as an agent for change. While some of the photographs found in the exhibition are confrontational, many are celebratory in a spirit that speaks to the power of women as creators and nurturers of life.
The exhibition is free and open to the public. It will be on display until Oct. 17, as well as virtually. A virtual reception with Ferrato, will take place via Zoom from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 10. Advance registration is required. To register, visit go.iu.edu/3cfh.
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