Artists and Juror Susan Wilczak Discusses the Contemporary Women Artists of Curacao and Presents Awards for the Ann Arbor Women Artists Fall 2013 Exhibition
Thursday October 17, 2013: 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm -- Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room
In conjunction with their Annual exhibition, Ann Arbor Women Artists join the Library to present this lecture by Susan Wilczak, the juror for the Fall 2013 exhibit at AADL. Winners of the Ann Arbor Women Artists Fall 2013 Juried Exhibition will also be announced.
Ms. Wilczak will discuss Contemporary Women Artists of Curacao and focuses on women who are working studio artists on this small island just off the coast of Venezuela. Artists that will be discussed are Hortence Brouwn, Ariadne Faries, Ria Houwen, Evelyn Spikes, Midzy Longuevergne, Marlies Schoenmakers, Ellen Spijkstra, and Susan Rudolf.
Susan Wilczak has over 20 years of curatorial and fine art management experience during which time she has curated over 100 exhibitions. She currently holds the position of visiting Lecturer of Art History, Hope College in Holland, Michigan.
Ann Arbor Women Artists is a non-profit organization of approximately 330+ women and men with connections to Ann Arbor, ranging from beginning to professional artists. Each calendar year the AAWA holds two or three juried shows. A juror is invited to select from a large group of submissions a final show that is a reflection of the body of work produced by the membership, ranging from beginning to professional artist.