DC Arts Center Presents What Feminism Looks Like Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team on January 17, 2018

Fri, 19 January 2018 - Sun, 28 January 2018

Katherine Giordano, Nasty Woman, 2017, oil on panel print, 16×20″. Courtesy of DCAC.
Opening: Friday, January 19 from 7pm to 9pm

Opening and Initial Bids: Friday, January 19 from 7pm to 9pm
ArtWatch Talk and Reception: Sunday, January 28 at 5pm

What Feminism Looks Like, ArtWatch presents a Nasty Women Exhibition and Auction to benefit Planned Parenthood

Curated by Erin Devine & Shante Bullock

Evie Altman, Marilyn Banner, Jessica Beels, Madison Bolls, Sue Bradford, Shante Bullock, Heidi Butler, Naomi Christianson, Lea Craigie-Marshall, Manal Deeb, Ashley Dequilla, Laura Elkins, Heloisa Escudero, Maureen Farrell, Victoria Ford, Mary Annella Frank, Mary Freedman, Katherine Giordano, Linda Hesh, Jackie Hoysted, Susan Jurow, Maria Karametou, Sally Kauffman, Kathryn McDonnell, Theresa Knight McFadden, Gail Rebhan, Cindy Renteria, Beverly Ress, Alexandra N. Sherman, Wendy Sittner, Miranda Spurley, Ann Stoddard, Kathy Turner, Ellyn Weiss, Helen Zughaib

Intersectional feminism is the current terminology that expresses the empowerment of women to effect change across a diverse range of issues: women’s health, racial and gendered violence, equality under the law, poverty, immigration and refugee rights, environmental protections, rights of indigenous communities, etc. It recognizes that true and effective change in the global sphere results from women’s organizing, joining all minority groups and inclusive of men in these efforts. An all woman exhibition, the artists included in What Feminism Looks Like will be asked to contribute works that address the range of these issues in various media.

DC Arts Center (DCAC) is located at 2438 18th Street NW. For more information, visit https://dcartscenter.org/.