Paintings and works in the URI Window for March are part of Creative Feminisms: Art, Activism & Everyday Action Exhibit, from March 4-9PM at URI Feinstein Providence Campus 1st and 2nd floor Lobby Gallery
Bili Mason Ph.D.
Greek Fisherman's Widow Mykonos Island 1977 (2004)
Young Girl in Carnival Costume Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1998 (2004)
Child in a Mountain Village, Annapurna Range, Himalayas 1988 (2004)
Quechua Indian Girl in Red Hat Andes Mountain Village, Peru 1998 (2004)
Elderly Hmong Market Woman Luang Prabang, Laos 2000 (2004)
Elderly Tibetan Woman Jawalakhel Tibetan Refugee Camp Patan, Nepal 2000 (2004)
Also sections of the Rhode Island Clothesline Project.
Gallery Night Reception March 21, 5-9pm with a performance at 6:30pmby Colleen Cavanaugh and Part of the Oath, along with Mt Hope Learning Center
A mixed media exhibit focused on health, wellness and empowerment of women – finding their voices, speaking their truth in collaboration with The Hive Archive featuring works by Jennifer Antes, Sharon Armour, Nadine Almada, Samantha Assad, Deborah Baronas, Kameko Branchaud, Marlene Britto, Margie Butler, Eirinn Byrne, Tiffany Cabral, Jennifer Calhoon, Jill Cook , Elaine Devonis, Tamara Diaz, Jane Dillon, Melanie Ducharme,, Susan Fossati, Carolyn Jayne, Eva Jiminez, Linda King, Iwona Lapczyk, Saberah Malik, Titilola Martins, Bili Mason, Niloufer Moochhala, Kate Oggel, Elena Patino, Betsy Ritz, Hannah Resseger, Kate Salvi, Basma Samira, Rebecca Siemering, Jade, Erin Smithers, Emily Sorlien, Kathleen Sonier, Robyn Thomas, Simone Spruce, Jacqueline Sylvia, Jessica Thurber, Anita Trezvant, Leigh Waldron–Taylor, Marsha G. Wienck and Bolivian Artists: Rosario Moyano Aguirre, Minina Arce, Velia Calvimontes, Susana Castillo, Gladys Corvera-Baker, Joyce Martin, Judith Campos Ordonez, Luz Maria Poma Huanca, Martha Lola Poma Huanca, Victoria Poma Huanca, Kuka Pradel, Dafne – Roberty Art, Telarana Weavers, Jalq’a Weavers.