Female Artists collaborate
‘Powerful together, Uniquely different’ exhibition celebrates women and women artists for International Women’s Day 2020.
To coincide with International Women’s Day on Sunday 8 March, Gippsland Women’s Health and Gippsland Art Gallery have collaborated in hosting an exhibition celebrating the diversity and unity of women in our community.
The aim for this exhibition is to support female artists by increasing their visibility. The exhibition theme highlights and celebrates women’s achievements, strengths and differences through a powerful display of artwork that emphasises the importance of advancing gender equality. Many pieces highlight the gender based issues of violence and discrimination women have faced through the centuries and continue to face today.
The exhibition includes established and emerging Gippsland female artists with diverse artistic styles from right across Gippsland. The artists are Kate Shone and Cat Blamey, Casey Miller, Claire Marston, Emma Hearnes and Jaquie Swan. The exhibition will open at the Gippsland Art Gallery on Friday 22 February and run until Sunday 12 April.