Old Enough to Know Better Exhibit

Girl Flannel
I was lucky enough and honored to have a work selected for the international, juried exhibition “Old Enough to Know Better” sponsored by the Women’s Caucus for Art Philadelphia Chapter. Works are by mid-career and emerging women, and women-identified, artists aged 35 and over. The theme is the stubbornness and persistence of artistic vocation.
This was a highly competitive show. Out of the 265 artists who together submitted 2087 pieces of work, only 67 pieces were accepted.
review: http://www.broadstreetreview.com/art-architecture/old-enough-to-know-better-at-crane-arts
Crane Arts Gallery 109
1400 North American Street
Philadelphia PA 19122
RECEPTION: Thursday, November 12, 2015, 6-9pm
CLOSING DATE: November 28, 2015
EILEEN NEFF’s work is represented by Bridgette Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia and by Bruce Silverstein in New York. Her work has been shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Institute of Contemporary Art; the Rosenbach Museum and Library; the Carnegie Mellon Art Gallery; and at Artists Space and P.S.1 in New York. She has received grants from the Pew Fellowship in the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Leeway Foundation. She wrote for Artforum from 1989-2012. She currently teaches in the MFA programs of the University of the Arts and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. http://eileenneff.com
DIANE BURKO has had solo shows at the Locks Gallery over the past 30 years. She has shown at the Zimmerli, Tang and Michener Museums, Tufts and Princeton University. She has received grants from the Independence, Lila Acheson Wallace, the Rockefeller and the Leeway Foundations, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Her works are in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and the Delaware and Woodmere Art Museums. She is the founder of Philadelphia’s FOCUS on Women in the Arts, a series of ground breaking events and exhibitions in 1974. In 2011, she was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Women’s Caucus for Art.

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