Hera Hub DC and Museum Nectar Art Consultancy Present New Visions: Hope and Possibility

By Editorial Team on June 6, 2022

Fri, June 10 2022 — Sat, September 3 2022

Cotton Flower by Paula Mans. Credit: Paula Mans
Opening Reception: Friday, June 10 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm

The opening reception will be held on Friday, June 10th, from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.

Hera Hub DC, a female-focused community and coworking space in Friendship Heights, is pleased to partner with Museum Nectar Art Consultancy to present New Visions: Hope and Possibility.

Seven women artists of color from the Washington, DC metro area are participating in this exhibition curated by Lauren Davidson. New Visions: Hope and Possibility will be exhibited from June 10- September 3, 2022, with an Opening Reception scheduled for Friday, June 10, 2022, at 6:30pm. Artwork will be for purchase and private viewings of the exhibition may be scheduled directly with Hera Hub.

“I want there to be a place in the world where people can engage in one another’s differences in a way that is redemptive, full of hope and possibility.” – bell hooks

New Visions: Hope and Possibility includes abstract, figurative, portraiture, and collage work of various media. Inspired by the writings of author, social activist, and feminist, bell hooks, this exhibition seeks to highlight the spirit of women working together to uplift one another and their community. From playful, bright abstract splashes on stark white backgrounds by artist Lory Ivey Alexander to the glare of a young girl amongst cotton flowers backed by a bold red backdrop by artist Paula Mans, themes of female empowerment, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and community are captured throughout the exhibition. Each artist shares with the viewer their thoughts, contemplations, and vision of contemporary culture. These thematic expressions align with Hera Hub’s presence as a valuable resource which empowers women to create, lead, grow prosperous businesses, and shine.

Additional participating artists include: Kibian Adams-Greene, Bria Edwards, Noelle Rx, Kayla Randolph, and Leah Schenbaum.

“We are thrilled to partner with Museum Nectar on this exhibition and are excited to see what wonderful works she is bringing to our space and community. We hope you will join us on June 10th for the opening reception so you can learn more about the artists and the inspiration for their work,” says Julia Westfall, CEO of Hera Hub DC.

About Hera Hub DC

Hera Hub is a shared, flexible coworking and meeting space where entrepreneurial women can create and collaborate in a professional, productive, spa-like environment. The platform provides members with connections to other business experts, access to educational workshops, and visibility within the community, thus giving them the support they need to be prosperous. Hera Hub DC offers cost-effective monthly membership options that are suited for freelancers, independent consultants, entrepreneurs, nonprofits, and authors. www.HeraHub.com/dc.

Hera Hub DC is located at 5028 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest #100.