Howland Shows Work of 43 Female Artists

Women’s History Month exhibit opens March 5

The Howland Cultural Center marks National Women’s History Month with its 22nd annual exhibit of work by women artists of the Hudson Valley, including paintings, photography, sculpture, fabric art and ceramics. The exhibition opens with a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 5.

The Wanderer, by Melissa Pimentel (photo provided) 

The Wanderer, by Melissa Pimentel (photo provided)

The 43 artists whose works appear are Pangea Bohl, Shirley Botsford, Lisa Breznak, Rosanne Cerbo, Mimi Czajka Graminski, Carolyn De Michele, Jan Dolan, Virginia Donovan, Amy Farrell, Karen E. Gersch, Jayne Gillman Crimmins, Mary Ann Glass, Carla Goldberg, Claudia Gorman, Erica Hauser, Susan Hennelly, Anne Huibregtse, Insun Kim, Lisa Knaus, Tanya Kukucka, Maria Lago, Pat Lane, Helen Lang, Joan Levitt, Carol Loizides, Basha Maryanska, Bibiana Huang Matheis, Cynthia McCusker, Linda Moriarty, Susanne Moss, Basha Ruth Nelson, Leslie Pelino, Elisa Pritzker, Kelly Preusser, Karen Roff, llse Schreiber-Noll, Eleni Smolen, Robyn Tauss, Melissa Pimentel, Carolyn Ullman, Kate Vikstrom, Leigh Williams and Jayoung Yoon.

The exhibit continues from 1 to 5 p.m. every Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday through April 3 except for March 13. After the reception, the Howland Center’s Coffeehouse will feature Chilian singer Wilma “La Chilota” Cardenas Garcis and local performer Leah Anne Siegel with Miles Jakob on guitar at 8 p.m. Admission to the coffee house is $10.

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