Creatives in the Era of Covid-19 | Public Reception
Join us on Saturday, October 3rd, 5:00 to 8:00 pm for the public reception of the Women of Visions exhibition “Creatives In The Era of Covid-19” that is exhibited on our main floor.
The reception is free to attend, however, we ask that everyone that is interested in attending reserve a time slot below, as only 10 people will be allowed in the building at a time, to maintain a safe and comfortable viewing experience. Socially-distanced seating will be available outside to allow guests a place to wait, and discuss the show before and after they’ve viewed the work.
About the Show:
In April 2020 when Americans were asked to shelter-in-place to curb the global pandemic, the stressful effects on our citizens–including creatives and their households–were impactful. While some artists adjusted and eventually found the confines of their spaces and solitude inspirational, others were forced to confront responsibilities and realities around them that they had never expected would disrupt their entire lives.
Here, we exhibit how one group of creatives deals with life…and the potential loss of it as an artist during one of the most trying times in American history.
This exhibition chronicles some of the thoughts, moments, and imaginations of Women of Visions, Inc: Creatives working in the era of COVID19. Thoughts and moments that may mirror your own.
Featuring the work of:
Lynn b., Christine Bethea, Jo-Anne Bates, Ruth Bedian, Elizabeth Ashe Douglas, Mayota Hill, Annette Jackson, Charlotte Ka, Altha Pittrell, Dominique Scaife, Janet Watkins, Ruth Ward