Visitors will have opportunities to interact with the featured speakers and experience the festival's theme of gender equality.
The OU School of Art and Art History will present a media slam at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
OU faculty members will select 12 students to show examples of photography, video and performance art on the museum's website.
A round-table discussion on photography will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, which will be followed by a gallery talk with Phil Borges at 11:30 a.m. Guest speakers include Borges, Yousef Khanfar, Todd Stewart, Andrew Strout and Mark White.
“This exhibition is as educational as it is impacting,” said museum director Ghislain d'Humierers. “I hope visitors are able to connect with the striking images of the women portrayed in Mr. Borges' works.”
For more information, call 325-3272, go to www.ou.edu/fjjma or www.puterbaughfestival.org.