Stronger Sisterhood exhibit opens
Stronger Sisterhood: Representing Intersectional Identity, curated by Paige Moreau explores the multidimensional and intersectional identities of women.
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Moreau states that her "goal for this exhibit is in part to raise awareness about intersectional feminism. A term that at first glance may seem lofty, intersectional feminism at the core is the recognition of the multitude of female-identifying people's experiences and a call to honor those experiences in the fight for equity among humans."
The ten artists represented include Linda Clave, Joanne Desmond, April Jakubec Duggal, Sara Gately, Brooke Jones, Maia Monteagudo, Nilou Moochhala, Diane Sheridan, Mary Vannucci, and Andrea Zampitella.
Paige Moreau is a Courses Coordinator at the Springfield Museums, where she "plan[s] an art and cultural history lecture series and calendar of youth and adult education arts courses as well as coordinating its internship and volunteer program." Paige earned a bachelor's degree in Art History from the University of Connecticut and an MA in Art History from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has served as a Curatorial Assistant at Five Points Center for the Visual Arts in Torrington, Connecticut, a Curatorial Intern at the Mark Twain House and Museum, and a Graduate Teaching Assistant at UMASS Amherst.