Cover photo: “Ruth St. Denis” by Sharon Svec
Angst Gallery recognizes that women have shaped society in ways for which they are not often enough acknowledged. For the month of March, Angst Gallery will celebrate Women Warriors in all their various incarnations.
Women Warriors at Angst Gallery March 1-23, 2019
First Friday Opening Reception: 5pm, March 1
Show: March 1-23
Art may be dropped off Wednesday February 27 (12 -4).
If these dates and times don’t work, please contact Leah Jackson to make other arrangements.
Submit up to three works for a $10-$20 sliding scale submission fee. All work must be clearly labeled and ready to hang. Please download and fill out an Angst Consignment Form from our website and drop it off with your fee when you submit your work.
Women warriors come in all shapes, sizes, and ages: Malala, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Florence Nightingale, Great Aunt Beatrice. So many women inspire us behind the scenes or in the public eye. What makes a woman warrior? Not all heroism involves violence. What drives such acts of heroism? What qualities or circumstances drive women to push back, protect, or change the world? Who are the women in your life who inspire you?
In 2018 the New York Times recognized that they had overlooked many important women in their obituary section and have been working to go back into the archives and feature those who were overlooked.
In Sweden, ancient Viking remains were discovered to actually belong to a female and not a male 100 years after they were found. Sometimes it is our tendency to incorrectly assume that remains from archaeological conform to stereotypical gender roles. What other assumptions have we made in history? What assumptions will be made when looking back 100 years from now?
“Wonder Woman lived: Viking warrior skeleton identified as female, 128 years after its discovery” By Amy Ellis Nutt September 14, 2017
For more information about National Women’s History Month, visit the National Women’s History Alliance website: http://www.nwhp.org/womens-history-month/womens-history-month-history/
International Women’s Day is March 8, 2019:
Since its opening in 2008, Angst Gallery has hosted solo and group shows featuring more than 300 local and national artists and cultural events including art shows, musical performances, book launch parties, art talks, classes, workshops, and the monthly Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic. More than just a place to show art, Angst Gallery is also a safe space for community discussion, where all people are respected for who they are. We donate the use of the space to organizations that work for human rights and progressive social change.
1015 Main Street
Vancouver, WA 98660
Hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12-4.
Accessible via Niche Wine Bar (1013 Main Street) after 4pm Tuesday through Saturday.