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The Brodsky Center at Rutgers University: Three Decades, 1986–2017

Zimmerli Art Museum 71 Hamilton St, Rutgers, NJ

Rutgers Distinguished Professor Emerita Judith K. Brodsky, a visionary artist and advocate, arts administrator and entrepreneur, printmaker, and scholar, recognized that women and gender nonconforming artists, as well as artists of color, were excluded from the art world in the 1980s. Brodsky’s pioneering vision set out to rectify the situation by establishing in 1986 a print- and papermaking residency center for these artists, now known as the Brodsky Center. From its inception, the Center strategically placed itself at the vanguard of art making, not only with print and papermaking techniques but also with the innovation of new ideas and narratives as a model for institutional and artworld diversity, equity, and inclusion.


TFAP@CAA Day of Panels 2024 – A New Era: Art, Activism and Abortion in Post Roe America

Hilton Chicago

A New Era:  Art, Activism and Abortion in Post Roe America TFAP@CAA Day of Panels 2024 February 17, 2024, 9am - 3pm Hilton Chicago - 3rd Floor - Waldorf Room A New Era:  Art, Activism and Abortion in Post Roe America Symposium Chair: Luciana McClure, Southern Connecticut State University In 2022, Dobbs v. Jackson overturned […]



Centro Cultural de España en Costa Rica De la Iglesia Santa Teresita 200 metros al este y 200 metros al norte. Frente a la Rotonda del Farolito. Barrio Escalante, San José, San José, Costa Rica

This is a project that has been developing since 2018 in México,where it has been shown in different museums around the country, to think and create around the feelings, emotions, fears and joys of getting old. To make art focusing on Age is always challenging and empowering not only the ones who are ageing but […]


Open Call: Vote for Democracy

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

SaveArtSpace has partnered with Michele Pred to bring more public art to Milwaukee, WI during the Republican National Convention, starting June 24, 2024. Curated by Michele Pred, this billboard art exhibition featuring five billboards in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, coinciding with the Republican National Convention, which is scheduled for July 15th to 18th. The billboards will be […]

The State We’re In

Solo exhibition at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts: Nancy Cohen’s unconventional drawings, drawn with paper pulp and fritted glass, find their origin in her move to Jersey City in the 1980s. Along the shore and waterways, the evergreen vegetation thriving amid industrial waste sparked Cohen’s environmental awareness. Waterways, as subject and imagery, draw from personal experience […]


Fuego: Women set their world on fire

mosaicARTs Gallery 2931-B Eskridge Road, Fairfax, VA, United States

On view 4/1/24 - 5/5/24 with opening reception and artist talks Friday, April 5, 2024 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. mosaicARTs and Debra Wright Studio have joined forces to commemorate the feminist art movement. These women artists ignited a spark that inspired them to create, build, and establish a supportive art community for others. The […]



Studio 180 Theatre 19 Madison Ave, Third Floor, Toronto, ON, Canada

Initially inspired by the online connections formed during the pandemic lockdown, Stephanie Camille’s art delves into the intersections of digital and physical existence. Rooted in the introspections from her journal during the initial lonely months, she explores those realities through metaphorical ‘windows’ using recognizable digital interfaces. Blending traditional mediums like oil and gouache, Connect is […]