Exhibition is open through March 12

An extraordinary multimedia art exhibition has opened at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, featuring the work of 14 female artists representing various perspectives of womanhood. Visitors to the Cultural Council main gallery in Lake Worth can experience “Woman: Untitled” now through March 12.

Curated by Raheleh Filsoofi, Sibel Kocabasi and Nichole M. Hickey, the exhibition is inspired by the desire to underscore the presence of women artists. Visitors to the Cultural Council galleries will encounter painting, drawing, sculpture, film, performance and photography created by artists who live and work in The Palm Beaches. “Woman: Untitled” coincides with International Women’s Month, which is celebrated every March.

“The focus of this exhibition is to highlight women in various lights-socially, economically, politically, aesthetically and figuratively,” said Nichole M. Hickey, manager of artist services at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County. “Visitors to the Cultural Council galleries will see perspectives that women have on the world through art.”

Artists include Linda Behar, Giannina Dwin, Nazare Feliciano, Misoo Filan, Soheila Ghodstinat, TD Gillispie, Naghmeh Goodarzi, Suzi Khalil, Sarah Knouse, Dorotha Lemeh, Bonnie Seeman, Vicki Siegel, Deborah Walsh and Flora Zolin.

Note to Editors:
High-resolution images are available for the media at tinyurl.com/CulturalCouncil-Woman-Untitled


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