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Gabrielle Ray at HSU

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Gabrielle Ray, at HSU
  • Gabrielle Ray, at HSU

Henderson State University senior Gabrielle Ray's show, "XX," in the Huie Library Gallery, addresses sexuality and gender roles for her peer group, young people in their 20s. In a news release, she includes some of the questions the the exhibition poses: Is a person abandoning biology or some unspoken law of femininity when she tells herself she doesn't want children? And just what is this anxious thing called sex?"

The show runs through April 21. An opening reception is tomorrow, April 10, from 2-4 p.m.

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