3S Artspace,in partnership with the Women’s Caucus for Art, New Hampshire chapter, is thrilled to present Glass Ceiling: Limitless View, a juried exhibition.
Glass Ceiling: Limitless View presents a dynamic and carefully curated selection of contemporary artists’ reflections on the concept of the Glass Ceiling as well as the Limitless View that one can have regardless of where you perceive your position relative to the Glass Ceiling. Artists were asked “Where and how has the idea of the Glass Ceiling affected you? What joys and/or sorrows do you relate to gender or to society’s notion of gender? Power? Potential? Limitless view?” 80 artists submitted work for consideration, and 13 artists’ work was selected, including the work of: Beverly Alomepe, June August, Rachelle Beaudoin, Sally Bomer, Merrill Comeau, Tanya Fletcher, Samantha Jones, Heather Lyon, Aimee Margolis, Annette Mitchell, Laura Morrison, Ashley Normal, and Dayna Talbot.
Glass Ceiling: Limitless View is curated by Bethany Engstrom- a curator, artist, and educator living in Belfast, Maine. She is associate curator at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland, Maine and was previously at the Farnsworth Art Museum. She has taught as an adjunct instructor at Unity collage and the Intermedia MFA program at University of Maine. Bethany received a BA in Art History, her MFA in Intermedia, and an Interdisciplinary PhD in Intermedial Collaborative Practices, all from the University of Maine. She is currently an artist in residence at the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation and she was a 2013 fellow at Mildred’s Lane.
Please join us for an opening reception from 5-8 pm on March 30. Curator, Bethany Engstrom, will share thoughts about the exhibit at 7pm and many exhibiting artists will be in attendance.
The Lobby Gallery @ 3S Artspace will feature work by WCA NH artists and provide an opportunity for the public to engage in a public art piece.
About The Gallery @ 3S Artspace
The Gallery @ 3S Artspace is an incubator of ideas, facilitator of original content, and advocate for contemporary artists. Each year the gallery presents exhibitions that highlight unprecedented innovation across disciplines, celebrate artistic excellence, encourage lively discourse, and foster an unwavering appreciation for the vital role that art plays in our community. www.3sarts.org
About The Women’s Caucus for Art
WCA celebrates the successes of its women artists not only in NH but also on a national level. WCA NH is part of a national organization that promotes the advancement of women in the visual arts through educational programs, networking and exhibition opportunities. www.wcanh.org