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NAWAMA: We’ve Been Around Forever

  • May 6 — Jun 11, 2023

We are pleased to welcome the National Association of Women Artists, Massachusetts chapter (NAWAMA) to both the Upper and Lower galleries this spring. Their juried members exhibition “We’ve Been Around Forever” reminds viewers that women have been creating since time began, and invites all to “see how our mind wonders – our imbued and blurred vision – to comprehend society in a 2D and 3D curated exhibition, where everything is implanted as if we were only flesh without a soul.”

The National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) is an organization that was established in 1889 with the aim of providing professional opportunities and recognition to women artists in the United States. With nearly 135 years of history, NAWA continues to be a leading voice for women artists and advocates for equal representation and fair treatment in the art world. NAWA provides its members with a variety of resources and services to help them develop their careers and achieve their goals. Members have access to exhibitions, competitions, and other professional development opportunities, as well as a supportive community of like-minded individuals. NAWA also works to promote the work of its members to a wider audience, through a variety of outreach and advocacy efforts.

The Massachusetts chapter, known as NAWAMA was established in 2013. This growing chapter offers an active program of exhibitions, seminars, and other educational activities. Among the NAWAMA membership are several Cotuit Center for the Arts members and past exhibitors.

NAWAMA: We’ve Been Around Forever
In the Galleries May 6 - June 11, 2023
Opening Reception May 6
3:00pm - 5:00pm