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The first exhibits at Local Color Gallery and Stage Eighteen will run through this first weekend only, with the opening reception to take place during first Thursday on the Fayetteville square, April 6. The event will also showcase a mobile arts studio and news van project brought by one of the original Nasty Women Exhibition organizers from New York City. The art will remain on display the rest of April. They will discuss the creation of this exhibition, their unique backgrounds as artists and organizers, and what we can all continue to do to promote gender equality.
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Various times. Stage Eighteen 18 E. Center St. Behind the proliferation of art enclaves in Northwest Arkansas are a bunch of talented, formidable women — and in front of them, for that matter. Friday, April 20, at Fenix; a Comedy Showcase at 7 p.
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Nasty Women NWA to Hold Art Events at Local Venues for NWA Center for Sexual Assault in April
Nasty Women NWA is joining together artists, writers, comedians, and musicians for multi-faceted arts experiences occurring multiple times each week in April. This regional exhibition is an expansion from the first Nasty Woman Exhibition which took place January 12, at the Knockdown Center in Maspeth, New York to coincide with the presidential inauguration as an act of protest. With over forty fundraising art exhibitions taking place around the United States and abroad, Nasty Women Exhibitions also serve to support organizations defending these rights and to be a platform for organization and resistance. The show at Stage Eighteen will be up throughout the rest of the month while the art at Local Color will only be up that weekend. Musicians and artists involved will be announced shortly.
A monthlong celebration of art and performances by women returns to local galleries soon, this time with a new name and a new space. Intersections begins April 5 with a reception at Stage 18 and continues until May 2, closing with the second of two performances by ArkansasStaged. The exhibits in were a response to the Nasty Women art shows that had sprung up around the country.
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