Reflecting Her Story: Works by Vivianne Carey, Caroline Rust, and Noor ul ain Zaib | Olde English District

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Reflecting Her Story: Works by Vivianne Carey, Caroline Rust, and Noor ul ain Zaib

Sunday, October 27, 2019 - 9:00am until 5:00pm

This exhibition presents a visual depiction of womanhood through the investigation of the female sense of self, identity, and physical appearance. Each artist blends introspective components to expose a woman's moments of extreme vulnerability, challenge her sense of empowerment, and contemplate situations she faces. In a collaborative exhibition, Vivianne Carey, Caroline Rust, and Noor ul ain Zaib highlight a selection of artworks they each have created over the last few years. This body of work for exhibition is important as it is a visual depiction mirroring the intricacies of being a woman. Underlying themes of the artists’ works blend introspective components exposing a woman's moments of extreme vulnerability, challenge her sense of empowerment, and contemplate situations that she faces. The common core elements include altars, adornment, sexuality, women’s effects, garments, gender roles and self-image. Yet, the portfolios of these artists, stand in contrast to one another as well. In the Dalton Gallery. For more details about this event, please visit the website here.

Location Details:

121 E. Main St.
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Phone:
(803) 328-2787
Email:
mcooper@yorkcountyarts.org

The center houses the offices of the Arts Council of York County, the Dalton, Perimeter, and Edmund Lewandowski Classroom Galleries, and private artist studios. It is housed in two restored 121-year old buildings. The Dalton Gallery features 7-9 exhibitions each year from local, regional, national, and international artists. The center also offers space for workshops, receptions, meetings, and small performances. Located in the historic Downtown Rock Hill Cultural District.