Looking for America: DC a Letter from Holly Stone, President

Did you know that International Women’s Day started in 1911? That

makes it 110 years old. We have “come a long way”, and there is much

to celebrate.


But, look around and it is easy to see that we still have a long way to go.

Especially, this is true when it comes to female artists being equally

recognized.


Our next exhibit, “Looking for America: Washington, DC” opens on

International Women’s Day, Monday, March 8. The show is juried and

curated by noted feminist social sculptor, Philippa P.B. Hughes. Check

out our website for details.


Experiencing the artistic revelations of this show is a great way to feel

the unfurling of spring. View it anytime from March 8 to May 7 online, or in-person by reserving a time slot in advance.


Please RSVP to attend the opening reception, March 18, 6-7:30 pm!!


Holly Stone

WCADC President


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