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NCF exhibition in honour of women

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There is a visual arts exhibition in Queen’s Park Gallery which is dedicated to women, thanks to the National Cultural Foundation.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, an exhibition of inspiring artists who interrogated and explored females in their subject matter, was mounted on Wednesday, March 8, 2023.

One of the featured artist in the Exhibition Akilah Watts

The exhibition entitled ‘A Seat at the Table’ features a diverse collection of art from artists of all backgrounds.

The display focuses a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, and photography. Each piece is a unique expression of the artist’s experience and vision, showcasing the diverse perspectives of women in our community.

One artist is also exposing viewers to augmented reality through his work.

The exhibition aims to explore the formative role that women play in crafting a better society. The event will be an opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation and reflection, and to celebrate the contributions of women to the world of art.

NCF’s Curator Oneka Small indicated that “the NCF was thrilled to be able to showcase the work of so many talented artists in honour of International Women’s Day.”

She further stated: “Art has always been a powerful tool for expression and advocacy, and we hope this exhibition will inspire conversation and reflection on the important role of women in our society.”
The artists are Aaron Trotman, Akilah Watts, Alanis Forde, Ancel Daniel, Anna Gibson, Amanda Trought, Christina Murray, Donne Haynes, Giselle Walker, Heidi Berger, Jaryd Niles Morris, Katherine Kennedy, Lisa Smith Fields, Margaret Herbert, Omowale Stewart, Ronald Williams, Shane Eastmond, Sheena Rose, Sian Pampellonne, Tracy Greenidge, Walter Bailey and Yaa Marshall.

One of the featured artist in the Exhibition Giselle Walker

The exhibition opens daily Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m .to 6 p.m. at the Queen’s Park Gallery and continues until April 8, 2023. (PR)

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