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Date(s) - 10/27/2023 - 10/28/2023
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The Art Center


WCA/NH offers a rich variety of juried and non-juried exhibition opportunities to our members, which include painters, sculptors, ceramicists, mixed-media artists, photographers, fiber artists, stained glass artists, video and digital artists, printmakers, jewelers and bead artists, and more! Some exhibits are exclusivly for WCA/NH members; some are open to all artists.  Check each prospectus for details.

If you have a contact or idea for an exhibition, please consider joining the Exhibitions Committee, it’s warm and welcoming group of artists dedicated to supporting each other!

Exhibit Dates: September 8 – October 31, 2023

Submission Deadline: July 23, 2023

The Art Center, 1 Washington Street, Dover NH

Open to self-identified women who are residents of Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, plus all New England States.

Membership in WCA is not required

The Venue:
The Art Center is an award-winning creative community with over 6,000 square feet of space in a renovated historic mill building at One Washington Street in downtown Dover, NH, with a mission to support the creation, display, and sale of artwork by its residents, members, and community partnerships, while educating and fostering cultural awareness.

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Laura Morrison is a fiber artist residing in New Hampshire. Her work is a fusion of fiber art techniques, such as felting, embroidery, weaving, crochet, and knitting, resulting in a variety of sculptures, assemblages, installations, and wall works. Her work has been exhibited nationally, and she has been commissioned twice to create public art for The NH State Council on the Arts Percent for Art program.

Morrison holds the position of Past President for the National Women’s Caucus for Art from 2020-2022. She is the gallery director for Twiggs Gallery in Boscawen, NH where she curates local and regional exhibitions. Additionally, she has served as a juror for the NH State Council on the Arts. Visit her website at www.lauramorrisonart.com.

Gail Smuda is the founder of the Women’s Caucus for Art, New Hampshire Chapter. Starting her career as a painter artist Smuda has been creating limited edition and one of a kind books for the last several decades. Her book works have been included in juried exhibitions in 48 states as well as Ireland and Australia. Currently working in book arts and fiber, often combining the two, Smuda has exhibited in 47 states and received two Individual Artist Grants from the State of New Hampshire. Retrospective exhibitions were mounted at the University of Massachusetts/Lowell and Southern NH University. For a decade prior to retirement, she taught art history and drawing at Southern NH University.

Smuda’s work has been reviewed in Boston Voyager Magazine, Artscape Magazine and Fiber Arts Magazine. Visit her website at www.gailsmuda.com

For more information and to submit click here: Full Prospectus

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