Women’s Work: Connecting Ideas, Activism and Art

Karen Frostig, "Carnage III," 2007, watercolor
Courtesy of Karen Frostig
Karen Frostig, "Carnage III," 2007, watercolor

To celebrate its 10-year anniversary, the Women’s Studies Research Center (WSRC) is presenting a juried exhibition of artwork at the Kniznick Gallery. The collection of photography, drawing, painting, sculpture and artist’s books created by 13 artists — all WSRC and Hadassah-Brandeis Institute scholars, staff and board members — will be on display through Sept. 14.

Titled “Convergence,” the exhibition serves as a visual representation of the center’s stated purpose: to be a place “where research, art and activism converge.”

Artists featured are Ornit Barkai, Patti Cassidy, Emily Corbató, Susan Eisenberg, Fran Forman ’67, Karen Frostig, Mary Hamill, Ronni Kamarow, Michele L’Heureux, Karin Rosenthal, Rhoda Sapers, Rosalie Shane and Louise Weinberg.

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