Art Night congratulates, Board Member; Tamara Kaplan and Gallery Member, Anita Trezvant, owner of Hope Gallery Fine Art & Fine Craft for being selected as two women who have made a difference in our local community. Their portraits have been included as part of this exhibition.
URI Feinstein Providence Campus Urban Arts and Culture
RHODE ISLAND WOMEN OF DISTINCTION Exhibit
by Munir D. Mohammed and Erin X. Smithers
March 3 thru 28, 2014, Gallery Night Reception March 20 5-9pm.
The photographic portrait exhibit is created by Munir Mohammed and Erin X. Smithers with biographical information gathered by Linda A’Vant Deishinni through a collaboration with the International Gallery for Heritage and Culture. The portrait exhibit features images of more than 85 women from the area who make a difference in our community. Some of them are well known and involved in our government, profit and non-profit world. Others are individuals who have an impact and are role models in less public arenas, as volunteers in unpaid positions, but who create a better world through their efforts and contributions in the community and the home. The photographs are accompanied by brief biographies describing each woman, illustrating the impact one person can and does make on the community in Rhode Island. The project will be accompanied by images created by Central Falls High School Students working with their Art Teacher, Deanna Camputaro identifying and highlighting women who are their positive role models. URI Feinstein Providence Campus 1st & 2nd Floor Lobby Gallery 80 Washington Street, Providence RI 02903
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