We are excited to kick off Women's History Month with our 2022 WSP Art Exhibit on "Women Antiracists" from March 1-31. This juried art show displays work from artists around the world acknowledging women who have actively fought against racism in all forms.
The panel of jurors for this show was comprised of the WSP co-founders and advisory board members including Jane Le Skaife, Jackie Lo, Megan Seely, Leah Cluff, Jennifer Lugris, Grace Gray-Adams, Jenifer Vernon and Lesley Doig. From the many submissions we received, the jury selected the top three pieces that displayed the strongest content and execution in addressing the theme of women antiracists. We are pleased to announce these winning artists are:
Artist LegakwanaLeo Makgekgenene (Botswana)
Artist Nanette Newbry (United States)
Artist ILDIKO Nova (Canada)
These three artists will speak about their work in an Artist Talk on Friday, March 18 at 1pm-2pm PT.
Zoom ID: 939 6810 3337 Passcode: 10433829 (click to open Zoom link).
Please join us in congratulating these artists, and thank you to all those who participated. To see these works and more, please enter our virtual gallery below. To view the gallery in a separate window for a fuller view and experience, click here.
To learn more about the historical women who fought to dismantle systemic racism, go to our Antiracists page.