This group art exhibition of 50 artists celebrates women and explores the unique experiences and challenges women artists in America face as they bring together family, careers, and artistic fulfillment. In addition to the opening reception, there will be multiple programs, at different locations across the KC metro area, associated with the exhibition:
Friday, March 15th, 5-8pm: Opening Reception at InterUrban ArtHouse
Tuesday, March 19
The Persistent Muse: Women, Art, and Activism
Time: 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Location: UMKC Miller Nichols Library, Room 325, 500 E. 51st St.
Come have lunch and hear from a panel of women artist who are using their art to make social change in our community. Free lunch provided. Space is limited. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 8116-235-1638. Co-sponsored by the InterUrban ArtHouse.
Sunday, March 31st
Listening Room: She Thinks She's a Tapestry: Weaving Songs and Stories
Join us for this live performance by local singer/songwriter Joy Zimmerman as she explores themes from her own life and the lives of other women. Joy's stories and songs will include music from "To the Girl", her soon-to-be-released album. Doors open at 6, show starts at 630. Tickets: $15
Thursday, April 4th
Who Does She Think She Is documentary screening at El-Scari Harvey Gallery, inside the Center For Spiritual Living, 1014 W 39th St, Kansas City, MO 64111 (entrance with the blue awning)
April 5th and 6th
Sacred Circus Aerial Performance Showcase:
Aerial performers from Sacred Circus and Voler: Theives of Flight bring 2 nights of wonder, amazement, and just a hint of danger to the InterUrban ArtHouse. Tickets: $15
Artist Salon: The State of Women in the Arts –
An evening of networking and conversation with local women artists, educators, and advocates on the state of women in the arts. Light refreshments served. Location: InterUrban ArtHouse.
Listening Room: Curses and Charms
5-7pm - Curses & Charms: A Further Account of the Trials of Womyn with wild tales told through poetry and music. Join us for a magical night of poetry and music as only Emery Diercks, Teri Quinn & Poet Jen Harris can bring you. Doors open at 4:30, show starts at 5.
Friday, April 19th, 5-8pm – Who Does She Think She Is? Closing Reception at InterUrban Arthouse.