KaPow: Heroic Women
The Pacific Pinball Museum and NCWCA presents: KaPow! Heroic Women
KaPow! Heroic Women, is a group art show presented by the Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art (NCWCA).
Heroic Women are those understand "Me Too”; they are steadfast friends, mothers, sisters, famous and unknown women of the past whose lives speak to us, living artists, fantasy figures, and living, working, women. We are in a historical moment where our society is once again examining the role and treatment of women. KaPow! shows the energies of women through their own eyes.
KaPow! Heroic Women is an expression of today’s artists working within the chaos and complexity of current events and women owned movements.
Opening: Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 5-9pm
Where: The Pacific Pinball Museum, 1510 Webster St., Alameda, CA
Exhibition Dates: February 15 through Sunday April 29, 2018
Admission: Viewing is free with admission to the museum.
Websites: NCWCA.org and pacificpinball.org
Contact: Melissa Harmon: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jurors: Leisel Whitlock, NCWCA Exhibitions Chair
d’Arci Bruno, Director, Pacific Pinball Museum
Melissa Harmon, Curator, Pacific Pinball Museum