Join us for our Fall Art Show, ROOTS!
We’re exploring the roots of everything this fall: community, art, writing, family, and country, but also the roots of racism, sexism, xenophobia, homophobia, antisemitism, and anti-environmentalism—all the other social injustices we are called upon NOW to explore from a feminine perspective.
We’re offering this show in a new outdoor-indoor format to keep participants safe but still allow them to see the fabulous work of our featured artists, writers, and a community gallery of women artists sharing the roots of their own lives. Masks and tickets are required to attend.
Community members can stop by any Open House weekend to enjoy some Sidewalk Hospitality as we connect (safely) with artists and writers, check out our native plant garden, and enjoy a complimentary cup of iced tea while viewing the art on display at this historic Riverside home and garden.
The community gallery (in the She Shed) will be open for free outdoor viewing (with ticket); indoor tours will highlight our featured artists: Louise Freshman Brown, Sheila Goloborotko, Marsha Glazière, Marsha Hatcher, Princess Simpson Rashid, and Kathy Stark as well as other invited artists. Indoor tours limited to three people at a time only; mask required.
Our featured writers, including Tricia Booker, Darlyn Finch Kuhn, Taryn “Love Reigns” Wharwood, and Nikesha Elise Williams will be paired with the artists as part of our ongoing Wine, Women, and Words Speaker Series.