Following in the footsteps of women’s rights leaders, activists, and makers, today’s female artists are reclaiming feminism, reclaiming domesticity, and reclaiming their role as makers and creators. Through art, women are reclaiming their powerful place in society.
This is the first show in a two part exhibition for Reclamation. Click here to learn about Reclamation II
Yosra Emamizadeh, Vanessa Marcoux, and Cory Munro Shea
Saturday, November 14, 2015; 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Please note: The City of Somerville has kindly lifted resident permit parking restrictions near the gallery during the reception hours. All other parking restrictions must be followed.
Nave Gallery (Teele Square), 155 Powder House Blvd, Somerville, MA
November 7-22, 2015
Saturday and Sunday, 1:00-5:00 pm
Jamie Andrade, SaraMarie Bottaro, Sage Brousseau, Perry Carter, Jenna DeLuca, Ariel DiOrio and Rebecca Hsieh, Hannah Earley, Shoshanna Ehrlich, Noelle Fiori, Jessica Gaddis, Abigail Gallagher, Robin Hackett, Dena Haden, Lauren Hayes, Heeren, Sara Higger, Helena Hsieh, Jennifer Koch, Cassandra Klos, Kate Lenahan, Jessica Liggero, Brittany Marcoux and Diana Jean Puglisi, Elizabeth Menges, Shelby Wynne Richardson, Carly Rose Roy, Ruth T. Segaloff, Krista Stanowicz, Tania Vasconcelos, Anne Sommers Welch, Sandrea Lovelock-Williams
ABOUT THE CURATORS:
Yosra Emamizadeh recently earned a Master’s degree in museum studies from the Harvard Extension School. She studied classical art at the Angel Academy of Art in Florence, Italy. She participated in several group exhibitions, and in 2014 coordinated the New Members Show at the Cambridge Art Association.
Vanessa Marcoux holds a BFA in photography from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University and is currently completing a master’s degree in museum studies at the Harvard Extension School. She has coordinated exhibitions at numerous galleries and arts organizations throughout New England and the Southwest, including the 2013 show at the Nave Gallery, You Are Here: Maps and Art.
Cory Munro Shea is a working artist from Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her artwork has appeared in several galleries in the New England area. Shea is currently the assistant director of the Cambridge Art Association, a non profit visual arts gallery and organization, and is enrolled in Boston University’s Art Administration program. She is expected to graduate with her master’s in 2016.