Opening reception will be Thursday, February 13, 2014
from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Robert Morris State Street Gallery of Robert Morris University, 401 S. State Street, Chicago. Exhibit is open January 28 through March 30, 2014. It is free and open to the public and can be viewed from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, closed Fridays through Sundays, but open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15.

Congratulations to the exhibiting artists: Amy Achrysalis, Nelson W Armour, Helene Aylon, Ulla Barr, Stacy Bergener, Linda Boardman, Barbara Bridges, Zel Brook, Sukey Bryan, Marie Cenkner, Jeannine Cook, Sherri Cornett, Mary Ellen Croteau, Richard Dana, Lynn Dau, Danielle Euban, Kyra Garrigue, Sharon Gilmore, Margie Glass-Sula, Lucia Grossberger Morales, Julia Hacker, Patricia Harris, Jennifer Hecker, Dara Herman-Zierlein, Jeanine Hill-Soldner, Dory Ingram, Suzanne Isaacs, Judy Jashinsky, Wheeler Joan, Judy Johnson-Williams, Lynne Jones, Donna June Katz, Helen Klebesadel, Itala Langmar, Judy Langston, Kim Laurel, Olena Marshall, Diane J Mayer, Jeane Mcgrail, Christine McKee, Linda Mendelson, Christina Montuori, Jean Nerenberg, Janice Nesser, Brenda Oelbaum, Bonnie Peterson, Lois Peterson, Cherie M Redlinger, Barbara Reid, Kimberly Ritchie, Beth Shadur, Barbara Simcoe, Emily Stergar, YurikoTakataFrances Vandal, Nancy VanKanegan, Kate Walker, Margi Weir, Kay Westhues, Helen Zajkowski and Fotios Zemenides.

The CWCA panel discussion:
“Water: A Universal Right or Commodity?”
Friday, February 14th from 12:30-2 pm.

A related panel discussion hosted by the CWCA, “Water: a Universal Right or Commodity?” also will be held from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. on February 14 at the Chicago Hilton 720 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. Panelists will include Liz Dodson, artist, Co-coordinator, 2010 WCA Women and Water Rights Exhibition, Indira Johnson, artist & nonviolence educator, Debra Shore, Commissioner, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago and Dr. Alaka Wali, Curator of North American Anthropology, Field Museum. Moderator of the discussion is BettyAnn Mocek, artist, Professor of Art and Director, Ferguson Art Gallery, Concordia University.