The Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts is celebrating Women’s History month and the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment by presenting Visual Conversations, a collaborative project featuring seven women exploring what can happen when artists work together. This exhibition includes Karla Bernstein, Diane Collins, Estelle Disch, Deb Ehrens, Paula Laverty, Lisa Redburn and Jean Schnell who played a visual game of “telephone” to explore communication via the exchange of images rather than words.
Click here for a virtual walkthrough our current exhibitions Behind the Lens 2020 & Visual Conversations. Collectively these exhibitions feature a sampling of work from eleven women photographers spanning high school age through retirement age.
Exhibition: Thursday, March 19th, thru Friday, October 9th, 2020
Public viewing: Due to COVID-19 by appointment, email email@example.com
We invite you to enjoy an interactive virtual walkthrough, available 24/7
The exhibition will be presented in the Focus Gallery in tandem with Behind the Lens 2020: Women in Photography an invitational exhibition featuring five women photographers. Our fourth annual spotlight on women working behind the camera, this exhibition brings together photographers at all career stages from high school on up to present a snapshot of current practice. The exhibition features: Grace Marie Dewitt, Deb Ehrens, Molly Lamb, Zena Tadmoury & Jess Voas
There is no Opening Reception scheduled at this time.
Exhibition extended: Thursday, March 19th, thru Friday, October 9th, 2020
The Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, 118 N. Main St. Providence, RI
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