WCA: Intersectional History

February 13 – 23, 2020
Opening Reception: Friday, February 14 | 5–7 p.m.

Intersectional History is asking creators to challenge dominant narratives of history through multi-generational, visual story-telling. How do people grow in their lifetime to find intersectionality and a multi-faceted nature in individuals along with the whole of society?

WCA’s Intersectional History exhibition explores the ideas surrounding the experience of intersectionality through works and ask how identity has changed or remained. As ideas are brought into the zeitgeist they then acknowledge and normalize the complex fabric of human culture.

Bianca Largo, Chair
Young Women’s Caucus

Juror: Donna M. Meeks
Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Donna M. Meeks is professor and chair of the Department of Art. Meeks is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee with a Master of Fine Arts in painting and sculpture, and of the University of Louisville where she earned a Master of Arts in teaching and a Bachelor of Arts in painting and drawing. She teaches courses in painting, drawing, and art theory.

Exhibiting Artists: Hend al-Mansour, Tracy Barwick, Lamia Berrada, Theresa Brown, Marie Cameron, Niloufar Farzam, Mevi Juliet, Barbara Kerwin, Bonnie MacAllister, Helen Obermeyer Simmons, and Bonnie Smith.

Exhibition Brochure

The Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA)