Women's Exhibit Opens November 15

This exhibit examines select female artists speaking with distinct viewpoints on social issues of politics, gender biases, stereotypes, and environmental concerns.
NEENAH, Wis. - Nov. 1, 2018 - PRLog -- A new exhibit featuring regional women artists at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass  opens to the public Thursday, November 15th. Sharper Edges: Women Working on the Edge of Glass features the work of female artists exploring social issues.  Incorporated into glass sculpture, the women express distinct viewpoints on politics, gender biases, stereotypes, and the environment.
Wisconsin-based artists include Beth Lipman of Sheboygan, Stephanie Trenchard of Sturgeon Bay, Deanna Clayton of Door County, Kristin Thielking of Stevens Point, Lisa Koch of Madison, and the grande dame of contemporary glass, Audrey Handler of Verona. Other exhibiting artists include Carmen Lozar, Jennifer Caldwell, Lisa Beth Robinson, and Susan Taylor Glasgow.

Public opening - Thursday, November 15th, 5-7pm, Artist Beth Lipman will discuss her work.
Public panel discussion - Friday, November 16th at 5pm at the Neenah Public Library
Discussion with select artists including Lisa Koch, Kristin Thielking, Deanna Clayton, and Audrey Handler.
Member-only and invited guest reception at the museum will follow the panel discussion on Friday.
More information at https://bmmglass.com/

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