Saturday, July 13, 2019
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery
Join us at the opening reception for Work from the Women's Art Institute Summer Studio Intensive! This exhibition showcases the work that recent participants have made at the 2019 Women's Art Institute—a summer art course at St. Catherine University for contemporary women artists of all ages and disciplines. As a community that creates and reflects through art-making, these students reveal the concerns of women artists today.
The show is free and open to the public. Summer exhibition hours: July 14-27, 1-6 p.m.
Gallery Talk: July 23, 7 p.m.
Artist Participants: Nancy Ariza, Theresa Beaulieu, Darlene Eckert, Cory Favre, Sandy Gillespie, Katherine Glass, Betsey Hodson, Fawzia Khan, Gwen Partin, Kristin Maija Peterson, Sally Power, Jeri Lyn Reinhardt, Nina Martine Robinson, Kimberlee Joy Roth, Jill Stebbins, Emelin VenturaFaculty: Patricia Olson & Anna Garski
Teaching Assistants: Kristen Palm & Sarah Kusa
About the Women's Art Institute:The Women’s Art Institute at St. Catherine University annually offers the fully accredited Summer Studio Intensive, a rigorous four-week program for advanced women artists and art students focusing on issues that arise through the combination of open studio work, inspiring conversation, and critique with guest artists, curators and art historians. Begun at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1999, the Institute moved to St. Catherine University in Fall 2012.
Participants gain insights into the work of contemporary women artists; achieve philosophical, aesthetic, and historical knowledge that will help them define their goals as women artists; are given opportunities for intensive studio work and individual tutoring; and develop a body of work based on exploration of selected questions brought by the women and discussed during the Summer Studio Intensive.