WOMEN ARTISTS HAVING THEIR SAY

URI Feinstein Providence Campus Arts and Culture Program presents

WOMEN ARTISTS HAVING THEIR SAY March 1-31

Gallery Night Reception March 17, 5-9pm

Gallery Night Providence, URI Feinstein campus Gallery

This exhibit features a group of local professional artists who happen to be women, and whose work in a wide range of styles and media speaks to many ideas and issues that impact our world.  On the eve of the 40th Anniversary of the Celebration of Women’s History Month, one might ask, “As women, what are some of the issues of concern from a woman’s perspective?  How is the world and how is the art world giving voice to women today?  Has the glass ceiling been shattered or shifted in the course of the last 40 years?” 

The exhibit will include a special SALON ON WOMEN IN THE ARTS March 13that 3:30pm with coffee led by women from all disciplines in the Rhode Island art world, following the 2pm performance of Antigone by an all-female cast.  All are welcome (yes, males too!)

The artists represented in the exhibit include: Jillian Barber, MaeAlice Davis, Tamara Diaz, Melanie Ducharme, Rebecca Flores, Margaret Hart, Saberah Malik, Madolin Maxey, Kate Oggel, Cynthia Packard, Hannah Resseger, Carol Rodi, Carol Scavatto, Zoey Stites, Rebecca Siemering, Erin Smithers, Kristin Street, Jacqueline Sylvia, Robyn Thomas, Jessica Thurber, Denyse Wilhelm, Cynthia Whelan Nelson, Gail Whitsitt-Lynch.

URI Feinstein Providence Campus 1st and 2nd Floor Lobby Gallery

80 Washington Street Providence RI 02903

Hours Monday – Thursday 9-9, Friday and Saturday 9-4, closed Sundays and Holidays

For Information call 401-277-5206, uri.artsandculture@gmail.com or visit web.uri.edu/prov/arts

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