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City of San Antonio Department of Arts & Culture will present "The Status of Women in San Antonio," featuring women artists during Women's History Month. The exhibition was inspired by the 2019 Report: “The Status of Women in San Antonio” by Rogelio Sáenz and Lily Casura with the University of Texas at San Antonio. It features works by a diverse group of 15 local women artists who were asked to reflect on the findings outlined in the report as a prompt for creation of new, original works.

The artwork examines issues ranging from domestic violence to equal pay to reminding women to reminding women to take time for themselves. Mediums include paintings, photographic constructions, multi-media, and fiber art.  

City of San Antonio Department of Arts & Culture will present "The Status of Women in San Antonio," featuring women artists during Women's History Month. The exhibition was inspired by the 2019 Report: “The Status of Women in San Antonio” by Rogelio Sáenz and Lily Casura with the University of Texas at San Antonio. It features works by a diverse group of 15 local women artists who were asked to reflect on the findings outlined in the report as a prompt for creation of new, original works.

The artwork examines issues ranging from domestic violence to equal pay to reminding women to reminding women to take time for themselves. Mediums include paintings, photographic constructions, multi-media, and fiber art.

City of San Antonio Department of Arts & Culture will present "The Status of Women in San Antonio," featuring women artists during Women's History Month. The exhibition was inspired by the 2019 Report: “The Status of Women in San Antonio” by Rogelio Sáenz and Lily Casura with the University of Texas at San Antonio. It features works by a diverse group of 15 local women artists who were asked to reflect on the findings outlined in the report as a prompt for creation of new, original works.

The artwork examines issues ranging from domestic violence to equal pay to reminding women to reminding women to take time for themselves. Mediums include paintings, photographic constructions, multi-media, and fiber art.

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Plaza de Armas Gallery
115 Plaza de Armas
San Antonio, TX 78205
https://www.getcreativesanantonio.com/Galleries/Culture-Commons

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