REMINDER: Gallery Visit to Sebrof-Forbes Cultural Arts Ctr.
Join the WCA DC chapter as we tour former WCA member and DMV artist MAXINE CABLE's retrospective at the SFCAC
Time & Location
Jan 29, 2022, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Kensington, 3535 University Blvd W, Kensington, MD 20895, USA
About the Event
From the mid-1970's through the early 2000's, Maxine Cable was influential in establishing and maintaining Washington's art scene, both as an independent curator and as a founding member of Gallery 10, Ltd. (1976-2010) she was instrumental in carrying out the gallery's mission to offer emerging artists, particularly women, opportunities to exhibit and to present adventurous shows focused on an array of topics reflecting artistic inquiry both at the gallery and in international venues. During her decades as an exhibiting artist, she also created a large body of work, including wall pieces, sculptures and installations, utilizing humble everyday objects focusing on such issues as war, peace, ecology and spiritual development. She was a member of the WCA DC chapter, and contributed to the local arts until her
passing in 2018. Claudia Vess, who did the collection management for the Cable estate, will be with us to guide us through the retrospective and speak on Maxine's artistic legacy in the DMV area.