Unearthing, a group exhibition ft. work by MAWA’s FMP 2021 – 2022 Cohort



aceartinc. is thrilled to host Unearthing, a group exhibition featuring work by Kelly Campbell, Yolanda Paulsen, Lane Delmonico Gibson, Kristiane Church, Chrystal Grey, Lindsay Inglis, Brenda Stuart, Cathy Woods, Lisa Walter, and Aitkaterini Zegeye-Gebrahiwot.


Opening Reception: January 13th 2023, 6:00PM – 9:00PM

Exhibition run: January 13th – 27th 2023

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12:00PM – 5:00PM


To unearth is to bring to light that which has been forgotten, lost, or buried.

For one year we – ten women and non-binary artists – met monthly as mentees in the 2021-2022 Foundation Mentorship Program through Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art (MAWA). Our exhibition, Unearthing samples the work each of us has created during a year in which we came together even while often having to stay apart.


Throughout our twelve months together, we’ve formed relationships and community. We’ve held down jobs, started families, cared for children and elderly parents, supported our communities and navigated a pandemic, all while pursuing our artistic careers. We’ve delved deep and pulled up processes, materials, and concepts; memories, emotions, and insights; sounds, light, and space.


Though the members of our intergenerational, multicultural, gender-diverse and widely-able cohort face sometimes overwhelming barriers to thrive as artists, we help each other, we depend on each other and we make it together. We respect the autonomy of the individual while recognizing that our interdependence makes us stronger, more resilient, and more powerful than we are alone. This is an important message in a time of climate crisis, rising fascism, and increasing threats to our community of women, non-binary, disabled, queer, trans, and racialized people.”


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