Sense Gallery DC Presents Quietly POWERFUL Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team on March 4, 2019
These Women by Gini Holmes.
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Opening Reception: Saturday, March 9 from 6pm to 9pm
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The internet is full of loud, attention-grabbing, exaggerated content aimed at clicks. In our culture, extroversion, socialization, and charisma are considered the key ingredients for ‘success.’ However, introverts can be just as powerful; as a matter of fact, introverts have been responsible for some of the greatest achievements in history: Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Gandhi, and Steve Wozniak. Quietly Powerful features works that might be small in size but send a compelling message; works that may be easily overlooked due to its nature, but has a forceful nature within.

Featuring work by:

  • Nicole Ida Fossi
  • Lauren Bechelli
  • Sarah Caporaletti
  • Abbey Hepner
  • Trenton Jung
  • Gini Holmes
  • Paula Campbell
  • Christopher Bridges
  • Beth McCoy
  • Michelle Varga
  • Raoul Pacheco
  • Jenny Balisle
  • Chris Revelle
  • Ruth Lozner
  • Julia Bloom
  • Tory Cowles
  • Noel Kassewitz
  • Mills Brown
  • Louisa Neill
  • Neal Schlosburg
  • Alexandra Giannell
  • Christine Chin
  • Dagmara Bugaj
  • Katie Morris
  • Dianne Szczepaniak
  • Amanda Muhlena Hays
  • WInne Vander Rijn
  • Eleanor Sabine
  • Leslie Getz
  • Kate Gorman
  • Timothy Magenta
  • Robin Downing

Gallery Hours:

  • Tuesday and Thursday: 8am-3pm
  • Wednesday 2-8pm
  • Friday 10am-6pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: 9am-4pm

Sense Gallery is located at 3111 Georgia Ave. NW. For more information, visit https://www.sensegallerydc.com/.