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EWC and CDCP Cultural Scene Networking Event
Thursday, October 26, 2017, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST
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Join Executive Women’s Council and Casey Droege Cultural Productions for a networking event featuring local female artists

Learn about the exhibit "may you live in interesting times” with brief talks from curator Vicky Clark and participating artists Sarika Goulatia and Brenda Roger

 Thursday, October 26, 2017

6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

CDCP Gallery

 

Enjoy drinks and Brazilian appetizers prepared by Chef Keylacooks while networking before and after the artists' brief talks

(Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free options will be offered)

 
Cost: Members $30.00 if registered by 10/20
$35.00 if registered after 10/20
 
Non-member $50.00 if registered by 10/20
$55.00 if registered after 10/20
 

Click here to register: EWC and CDCP Cultural Scene Networking Event

Casey Droege Cultural Productions (CDCP) creates relevant and accessible art experiences that connect Pittsburgh's creative community to a national arts conversation, encourage the growth of a local arts economy, and build a diverse arts audience.

Vicky A Clark, an internationally recognized curator and writer, will unveil the ideas behind "may you live in interesting times" - an exhibition investigating visual thinking in the new world order. Artists Brenda Roger and Sarika Goulatia will also take a few moments to discuss the violence, home decorating supplies, hidden agendas, and 3D glasses involved in their pieces.

Eclectic and eccentric, Vicky A Clark (independent curator, critic, professor) has been part of the Pittsburgh art scene for over 30 years.  She has a consuming interest in how others navigate the unknowable and the intangible.  

Sarika Goulatia is a visual artist best known for her large-scale sensory sculptures and installations.  Goulatia was named Pittsburgh's Emerging Artist of 2016.

Brenda Roger is a teaching artist who works primarily in alternative and historic process photography. Her cameras of choice are a Mamiya RB67, and a Graphlex Crown Graphic. Ms. Roger is a member of Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Society of Artists Guild, and the Women’s Committee of the Carnegie Museum of Art.


Contact: Executive Women's Council of Greater Pittsburgh