RUNNING HOT and Steady with the WCA September 2 – October 12, 2003
The Women’s Caucus for Art, Boston Chapter celebrates its new association with Tufts University in the juried exhibition, RUNNING HOT and Steady. This show features the work of over 25 local area artists in media including oil painting, watercolors, works on paper, photography, two and three dimensional mixed media, and monoprints. RUNNING HOT and Steady is juried by Tufts Art History Professor Madeline Caviness, narrative painter Gail Boyajian, and Gallery Director John Colan of HallSpace. From the steadfast inaugural members to the more recent enthusiasts, the artists selected are a testament to the success of the organization’s recent outreach. The diverse representation of talent from both emerging and established artists and the varied styles and inspirational chords in the artwork express the strength of a group united as a network for women in the visual arts profession.
The mission of the WCA, Boston is to increase the opportunities, visibility, and recognition of women in the visual arts. The works lining the Slater Concourse Gallery in RUNNING HOT and Steady exemplify the vitality of the organization in its 18th year of dedication to this mission. Panel Discussion
The WCA: Past and Present Visions
Monday, September 22, at 5:30pm
Join Madeline Caviness, Professor of Art History at Tufts University, Patricia Hills, Professor at Boston University and founder of the Women’s Caucus for Art, and C. J. Lori, Boston artist and National WCA vice president, for a Panel Discussion. Tisch Gallery