Current Exhibition




MAVUNO Festival Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: September 23 - November 4, 2016

Reception: September 23, 2016, 5-9pm

Reception coincides with the Sewickley Fall Gallery Walk

Live music by Betty Douglas & Co.

Patterns of Injustice is a multi-media exhibition organized and presented by the members of Women of Visions, Inc. in celebration of Women of Visions’ 35th anniversary. The organization is a collective of African American female visual artists from the Pittsburgh region. The exhibit themes of injustice and activism will be explored through various visual interpretations such as fiber, photography, painting, and clay. The exhibit will include a wide variety of artistic expressions to address the past and present disparities, injustices and societal ills that continue to impact communities locally, nationally, and globally. The art work is meant to question and respond to conflicts, but also to address ways to create healing through art.

Reception sponsored by The Pierians Inc.


Closing Lecture:

African American Artists: Community, Collaboration & The Quest for Social Justice

November 4, 2016, 7:00-8:30pm

Women of Visions, Inc. presents a lecture with Elizabeth Asche Douglas surveying past & present, connecting heritage, legacy & contemporary expression in regard to key social issues relative to African American culture.

$5 suggested donation





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Evening and weekend hours pending class schedule
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