Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Difficult. Who Me?

The Gallery at 249 A presents Difficult Women, a group show of eight women artists considering "What does it mean to be labeled difficult?" 

Visit this intriguing show through March 30, 2018. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, March 1 from 5:30 pm to 8 pm with special events throughout the month.

Through a variety of media, the artists present work about women chafing at traditional roles or re-defining them, often taking risks or facing obstacles in the process. As apt today with women speaking out on social, cultural and political concerns as it was for the suffragists in their fight to gain women the right to vote. 

Exhibiting artists are: Laura Davidson, Joanne Kaliontzis, Lisa Knox, Amy MacDonald, Mary McCarthy, Maria Molteni , Shirley Veenema, Denise Wallace-Spriggs.

For special Difficult Women exhibition events and hours visit the Gallery At 249 A. The gallery is an evolving project of the 249 A Street Cooperative, one of Massachusetts’s first limited-equity live/work cooperative for artists. The gallery is located at 249 A Street in the Fort Point neighborhood of South Boston.  

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