'WOMAN' Arcade Exhibit Open Through April 15

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"WOMAN" Arcade Exhibit Open Through April 15

“If I didn't define myself for myself, I would be crunched into other people's fantasies for me and eaten alive.”  - Audre Lorde

WOMAN is a group exhibition of contemporary artists from The Santo Foundation's Santo Projects Art Collection.

In celebration of Women's History Month, the exhibit celebrates the work of 20 contemporary cutting edge artists who help to bring Lorde's quote to life, inclusive of pieces from several Webster University students, alumni and faculty. The exhibit is currently on display in Arcade Contemporary Art Projects Annex at Webster University's Gateway Campus located at the historic Arcade Building in downtown St. Louis. The exhibit runs from March 15 through April 15, 2019 at 812 Olive Street, 63101.

Featuring the work of:

  • Chelsea Adera, BFA'17
  • Jeri Au, Professor of Ceramics Webster's DADAH
  • Jenna Bauer, BFA '99
  • Olivia Lahs-Gonzales Bour
  • Diana Casanova, BFA '13
  • Jenny DeSuza, BFA '08
  • Alexa Hoyer, BFA '05
  • Sajeda Issa, BFA '17
  • Kit Keith
  • Connie LaFlam
  • Natalie Metzger, BFA '13
  • Kalina Mondzholovska, BFA '14
  • Tatiana Neumann, BA '14
  • Amanda Nutter, BA '12
  • Lola Ogbara
  • Ellen O’Shea, BFA '17
  • Nancy Rogers, BA '07
  • Danielle Sartori (current studio art student in DADAH)
  • Stephanie Seidel (current studio art student in DADAH)
  • Carolyn Stern

For more information, contact curcurufrancesca@webster.edu , visit santofoundation.org or Arcade Contemporary Art Projects Facebook page

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