YoloArts in collaboration with Women in Leadership, Davis (WiLD), present paintings, watercolors and screen prints honoring African American women heroes, civil rights leaders, and women who have been killed by the police.
Originally exhibited on a freeway overpass during For Our Mothers, For Our Sisters, For Our Daughters, a protest march held last August in Davis, the artwork also commemorates the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act and the centennial of the passage of the 19th amendment, giving women the right to vote.
The exhibition features the work of artists: Hisani Stenson, Stephanie Thayer, Kate Mellon Anibaba, Seana Burke, Danielle Fodor, Sasha Santer Hill, Nelson Loskamp, Anya McCann, Aislinn Murray, Jennifer Nachmanoff, Gilda Posada, Ruth Santer, and Eden Sunday.
Women in Leadership, Davis (WiLD), supports women leaders, African American women and other Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). WiLD mentors women of all ages through logistical and community support, empowers young women to pursue leadership roles, and educates the community to bring awareness to systemic barriers of success facing women of marginalized groups through community events
YoloArts’ The Barn Gallery is located at 512 Gibson Road in Woodland. The gallery is open Thursday afternoons 2:30-5pm and two Saturdays a month 12:30-3pm; eight people are allowed in the gallery at a time. Face coverings and social distancing is required.
Artwork can also be viewed online: https://yoloarts.org/online-galleries/
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about WiLD visit: https://www.wildeventsdavis.com and ww.facebook.com/wildeventsdavis
Images, clockwise from left: Anya McCann, Billie Holiday; Seana Burke, Atatiana Jefferson; Danielle Fodor, Tanisha Anderson