Current Virtual Gallery Exhibition
A Woman's Work...
March 1 - 31, 2021
Curated by Beth Giacummo
This exhibition features local, national, and international women working in various media celebrating all that is A Woman’s Work… in recognition of Women’s History Month.
On view virtually throughout the month of March, A Woman’s Work… explores concepts of the life/work balance, personal politics, documentation of daily life, and expressions that honor and acknowledge the resilience of women and their lives.
Anu Annam • Alexandra Giordano • Amanda Reilly • Andrea Cote • Andreia Cismasiu • Carrie-Anne Gonzalez • Courtney Young • Daniela Jáuregui • Debra Peck • Donna Proper • Eileen Palmer • Elena Soterakis • Esther Marie • Harper Bella • Heather Layton • Ida Siebke Isabella Fernanda Cordova-Morote • J. Valentin • Jamie Mareno • Jayne Dion Jennifer G Peper • Jessica McAvoy • JoAnne Dumas • Justyna Warwas • Kate Clark Kathryn Ko • Laura Reeder • Lauren Skelly Bailey • Lealand Eve Richard • Lisa Federici Loretta Corbisiero-Drakos • Margaret Delima • Maria Sophia Macedonio • Maria Spector Pamela Waldroup • Patty Eljaiek • Rasa Veliene • Tina Folks
STRUGGLE - An Exhibit of Our Times
Struggle - An Exhibit of Our Times opened at the NRCA Rotunda Gallery at New Rochelle City Hall on February 15, 2021. The exhibit features artists from the New York Tri-State area working in all mediums. Struggle is part of a larger multi-part program, Quest for Justice - A 60-year Commemoration of the Lincoln School Decision, launched by The Lincoln Park Conservancy, Inc. to commemorate the anniversary of the Lincoln School Desegregation Case, the first desegregation case filed and won in a northern city. The theme of the exhibit reflects the struggle that each of us has experienced and continues to experience, since the onset of the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic.
February 15 - April 16, 2021
In light of the COVID-19 situation, the Br. Chapman Art Gallery is working to schedule additional virtual gallery exhibitions. More information will be coming soon!
- "Female Gender Identity and Equality" by the New York Society of Women Artists
- "Unapologetically Me" by Alvin Clayton
- Women in the Abstract: A Solo Exhibition by Award-Winning Artist, Steve Lyons
- Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition
- Plastic Paradise by Elena Kalman
- Female Gender Identity and Equality By New York Society of Women Artists (NYSWA)
- The Visual Arts Student Exhibition, curated by The Visual Arts Faculty
- SHE Voices: Expressions of Femininity, featuring Esther Kong Lo, Gloria Crouch-Nixon and Judith Weber.
- Influenced by Matisse: New Works by Alvin Clayton
- Shifting Focus: Hidden in Plain Sight, curated by Rick Palladino
- More Fun Than Fun, featuring Andrea Beizer, Alysa Bennett, Ruby Silvious, Carol Taylor-Kearney, Peter Treiber, and Ruth Wolf