August 5, 2009 > Pen Women Show
Pen Women Show
The National League of American Pen Women (NLAPW) began in 1897 in Washington D.C. when three well-known professionals in the fields of writing and art were denied access to the Press Club because they were women. The three formed their own organization of seventeen women of achievement in letters, art, and music composition for networking and support. Presently, about 4,000 meet for support and inspiration.
"Pen Women" is represented by Natica Angilly, Kazumi Cranney, Evelyn Glaubman, Elizabeth Hack, Leona Nichandros, Dori Pendergrass, Charlotte Severin, Pallavi Sharma, Barbara Spanskie, Tomye, and Susan Wight.
For more information on this and other exhibits along with sample photos please visit www.haywardarts.org.
A reception will be held at the John O'Lague Galleria on August 7, between 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Public is welcome.
"Pen Women Show"
Now through September 30
Friday, August 7
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
John O'Lague Galleria in Hayward City Hall
777 B St., Hayward