Shaker Heights – March 26, 2018. Shaker Community Gallery (SCG) opens Armor: A Female Perspective on Strength and Protection with a reception on April 4, at 6 pm and opening remarks at 7pm. The Gallery is located at Christ Episcopal Church, 3445 Warrensville Center Road in Shaker Heights.
Curator and artist Margaret Stamm brings together six female artists whose works in varying media explore artistic expression as both powerfully protective and magical. The contributing artists all have a strong connection to Northeast Ohio. Jordan Fine, Natalie Grieshammer, Meghana Karnik, Brittany Petures, Jess Sikon, and Lynnea Holland-Weiss showcase their extraordinary work, adding Shaker Community Gallery to their repertoire of national and international connections.
Community Conversations about ARMOR on Wednesdays @7pm:
- April 18, Spiritual Armor in the Jewish and Christian Scriptures with Rev. Peter Faass, Rector, Christ Episcopal Church
- April 25, Armored: Women Artists Who Resist, React, Reflect with Ann Klotz, Head of Laurel School
ARMOR continues through May 16.The Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm and Saturdays from 12-4pm or by appointment. Contact Leslye Arian 216-926-8842 or email@example.com.
About Shaker Community Gallery
SCG aspires to create a venue for artists of Northeast Ohio to showcase their work, engage the community through ideals of creative placemaking, and to bring people together to inspire and to be inspired. SCG is enormously grateful for the support provided by the pastor and congregation of Christ Episcopal Church.