Official opening reception for the artists featured in EXPOSED: Celebrating Local Women Artists juried by Nancy L. Meyer.
Nancy L. Meyer is an independent curator who was previously in the Contemporary Art department at LACMA where she co-curated Variations: Conversations in and Around Abstract Painting with Franklin Sirmans. She also worked on award winning exhibitions there such as Pierre Huyghe, Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada and James Turrell: a Retrospective. Previous to LACMA she was a fellow at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Nancy has an MA in curatorial practice from California College of the Arts and a BA in Dramatic Art and Dance from UC Berkeley.
EXPOSED:Celebrating Local Women Artists is an exhibition created by the West Hollywood Women’s Advisory Board to showcase the artistic contributions local women artists as part of National Women’s History Month. The West Holly-wood Comprehensive Services Center is a public building operated by the City of West Hollywood and used for providing public services, programming and events. Located in Plummer Park, the Center is staffed and open seven days a week with hundreds of daily visitors.
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