In addition to showcasing contemporary visual arts, WMG is committed to featuring marginalized women artists whose work is not typically seen in formal gallery spaces. Giving many artists a space to share their voice is what powers our group exhibitions.  In 2014, WMG presented “#‎hAiRTist‬,” a multimedia installation which explored stereotypes associated with and the beauty service industry; in 2015 the gallery presented “Adorn: Contemporary Wearable Art,” which showcased innovative works that challenge the traditions of jewelry and fashion. Moving forward to the new year and beyond, Woman Made will continue to engage many voices in dialogue through our group shows.