Women’s Art Society – February 28, McCord Museum LiveEvents February 21, 2017 2589 Women’s Art Society of Montreal February 28, 2017 The Women’s Art Society of Montreal presents Educator/Writer/Artist, DEIRDRE POTASH “The Art and Times of J.W. Waterhouse” from 1:30 to 2:30 pm at the McCord Museum, 690 Sherbrooke West Nonmembers $10. www.womensartsociety.com or 514-495-3701 Deirdre Potash is an art educator, writer, artist and facilitator with over thirty years teaching, seminar and workshop experience, including Art Comes to School, ArtWill Studio, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Concordia University, John Abbott College, QPAT and SPEAQ / RASCALS. With a diverse practice including a specialty in cultural mediation, an education practice that has initiated projects from introducing and establishing art programs, setting up and running art shows with-in school and community groups. Ran different types of projects with a diverse clientele, from children to seniors in a variety of settings. This has included sectors in education, community groups, business environments, health and mental health institutions, and at school and university locations. These undertakings have involved creating art with participants, but also acting as curator, organizer and manager. I live my dream. www.artwill.ca The Women’s Art Society of Montreal invites you to become a member of our group, where you can connect with like-minded people who enjoy the arts. We gather bimonthly on Tuesdays at the McCord Museum from 1:30 to 2:30 pm to listen to great talks. For more information visit: www.womensartsociety.com or call 514-495-3701. Founded in 1894 and incorporated in 1968, the Women’s Art Society of Montreal has played an important role in fostering awareness and understanding of the arts among the general public of the city. As one of the earliest organizations for women artists, the Women’s Art Society of Montreal helped pave the way for the integration of women into the art world. Nowadays, the Women’s Art Society is more social and educational than professional in nature since various opportunities and avenues of support are open to female artists. Related
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