Saint Paul, MN, April 11, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Women’s Art Resources of Minnesota (WARM) is pleased to announce its upcoming 2012 Members Exhibition juried by local arts writer and critic Mason Riddle. The exhibition includes the work of fifty-four WARM member artists and will run April 13-May 4, 2012 with an opening reception Friday April 20, 6-9pm, as well as a Juror’s Talk and Discussion on Wednesday, April 25 at 7:00pm.
Twin Cities-based writer and arts critic Mason Riddle covers the visual arts, architecture, craft and design. Her work has been published in the Star Tribune, Architecture MN, Dwell, Architectural Record, Ceramics: Art & Perception, Elle Decor, Artforum, Public Art Review, Sculpture Magazine, Surface Design and Rain Taxi, among others. She is the former director of the MN Percent for Art in Public Places program, Interim Director of the Goldstein Museum of Design and visual arts critic of Intermedia Arts MN.
Participating artists include:
Marjorie Alexander, Jane Bassuk, Moira Bateman, Elizabeth Blair, Elspeth Carlstrom, Gloria Cooper, Kat Corrigan, Colleen Cosgrove, Joan Cox, Nancy Dahl Baker, Kathleen Daniels, Janelle Doyle, Rita Dungey, Barbara Evan, Judy Fawcett, Elizabeth Garvey, Susan Gilbert, Carmen Gutierrez-Bolger, Robyn Hendrix, Janet Hovde, Farida Hughes, Laurie Kigner, Joan Kloiber, Emily Gray Koehler, Candy Kuehn, Anne Labovitz, Wendy Lane, Brenda Litman, Andrea Martin, Kari Maxwell, Eleanor McGough, Abbe McGray, Elizabeth Nash, Linda Lee Nelson, Polly Norman, Deborah Padgett, Tammi Joy Parsons, Kristin Maija Peterson, Sandi Pillsbury Gredzens, Claudia Poser, Roxanne Richards, Rita Schaefer-Seaton, Diane Schroeder, Joan Seifert, Fernanda Sequeiros Hart, Mary Simon-Casati, Marcia Soderman, Cynthia Starkweather-Nelson, Tara Tieso, Amy Tillotson, Risa Tritabaugh, Jill Waterhouse, Lorelee Wederstrom, and Karen Wilcox.
Women's Art Registry of Minnesota (WARM) is a women's art organization that serves Midwest women artists through a variety of programming, exhibitions, and publications. It was founded in 1973 by a group of women artists who found few opportunities to exhibit their work in the galleries and little representation of women artists in college arts history curriculum. Through the years, WARM has worked to be a place where women artists can connect with one another and share information on arts techniques; learn from one another through specialized programs and workshops; and thrive by having venues to exhibit artwork and promote their own careers as artists.
For more information, visit www.thewarm.org.