Wombs by Amanda Muhlena Hays (apple core in plaster)
Midnight in the Artic by Noel Kassewitz (to the left)
Opening Reception: Sat., March 9th 6-9pm
The internet is full of loud, attention-grabbing, exaggerated content aimed at clicks. In our culture, extroversion, socialization, and charisma are considered the key ingredients for 'success.' However, introverts can be just as powerful; as a matter of fact, introverts have been responsible for some of the greatest achievements in history: Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Gandhi, and Steve Wozniak. Quietly Powerful features works that might be small in size but send a compelling message; works that may be easily overlooked due to its nature, but has a forceful nature within.
Jenny Wu : DC Artist, Educator and Curator
Featuring work from:
Nicole Ida Fossi * Lauren Bechelli * Sarah Caporaletti * Abbey Hepner * Trenton Jung * Gini Holmes *Paula Campbell * Christopher Bridges * Beth McCoy * Michelle Varga * Raoul Pacheco * Jenny Balisle * Chris Revelle * Ruth Lozner * Julia Bloom * Tory Cowles* Noel Kassewitz* Mills Brown * Louisa Neill* Neal Schlosburg * Alexandra Giannell * Christine Chin* Dagmara Bugaj * Katie Morris * Dianne Szczepaniak * Amanda Muhlena Hays * WInnie Vander Rijn * Eleanor Sabine * Leslie Getz * Kate Gorman * Timothy Magenta * Robin Downing