Each seasonal exhibit of the Women Soaring Project (WSP) seeks to focus on a particular theme celebrating women. Below is a list of all current and past WSP art exhibits. 

Current Project

Spring 2022
Women Antiracists

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To be antiracist is to make a conscious and concerted effort to eliminate racial inequality at a personal and institutional level. Antiracist work involves calling out racist actions, identifying racist policies and practices, acknowledging personal racial bias or privilege, and actively seeking to provide equal opportunities for all people. To learn more about important women antiracists in history, please click HEREIn celebration of women antiracists in history and in our own lives, we invite the public to submit artwork related to the theme of Women Antiracists. Please visit our CALL FOR ART for more information

Past Projects

Fall 2020
Women Suffragists

In commemoration of the centennial anniversary of women's suffrage, this fall theme highlights a diverse group of women who were instrumental in the fight for women's right to vote. Click on the postcard below to continue reading about the historical figures in the movement and see the accompanying art exhibit, Women Suffragists, featuring 48 artists from around the world.

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Spring 2020
Women Activists

The original spring show at the Rocklin Campus Library of Sierra College focused on celebrating inspiring women activists who were pioneers of their time and championed women's rights in diverse ways. Click on the image below to read more about them and the interactive art installation on the Sierra College campus.