Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
Solo Exhibition: Women in Time
Featuring all new work including: The Never-Ending Book of Women's Rights; First Place Woman in six color photographs; chairs and simple readers; and 3 drawings
There will be a series of workshops and talks presented four Sundays called "Sundays at the Gallery" which will include an artist talk, a gathering of women and song, workshops on making slate pages, and adding to the Never-Ending book with your own contributions
From the website: This series of sculptures and photographs is a tribute to the unknown women who've gone through life unrecognized, under-appreciated, and never awarded a trophy. Myers, an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Pittsburgh, uses discarded trophies and other materials to embellish and reclaim a place for those never rewarded. Myers received her MFA from the University of Iowa. She says the work continues to renounce and abolish the lingering concept that women are inferior to men.