Nevertheless, She Persisted Exhibition - 03/2019
An art exhibit featuring work inspired by Women’s History Month in March. Representing a diverse body of artwork in all mediums and styles exploring the challenges, mysteries, journey, wonder and the mind of women.
Curated by Felecia Hunt-Taylor.
Join us for the Opening Reception on Friday, March 22, 2019 from 6:00pm-8:00pm.
Exhibit Run: March 22 - April 6, 2019
Open to the public. Exhibit, reception and parking is free.
Nevertheless, She Persisted - March is Women’s History Month and the Downriver Council for the Arts (DCA) is excited to present an exhibit featuring art inspired by women. We are accepting a diverse body of artwork in all mediums and styles exploring the challenges, mysteries, journey, wonder and the mind of women.
Exhibit Curator – Felecia Hunt-Taylor, is an award winning artist and photographer, most often using strong females as her subjects. Graduating with a Bachelor’s of Fine Art in Photography from College for Creative Studies in 1996, she was the Seagram’s Gin Perspectives in African American Art artist-in-residence at the Museum of African American History. She considers herself a photo documentarian with a keen interest in both the artistic and educational possibilities of this lucid medium. Felecia is excited to curate this art exhibit with the Downriver Council for the Arts and bring her perspective to this powerfully themed show.
Entry Deadline and Drop-off by: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 by 9pm
Opening Reception: Friday, March 22, 2019 from 6-8pm
Exhibit Run: March 22-April 6, 2019