Art Trivia on March 11, Boundaries call for art deadline on March 14, Reciprocity exhibition and opening reception on March 5, member spotlights, call for volunteers and more to love from WMG this March.



March 4 – April 3, 2021

Virtual Opening Reception: March 5, 6-8 PM


R Image: Patty Carroll, Screened, archival inkjet print, 40 x 40 in, framed
L Image: Andie Meadows, Sky, archival inkjet print, 30 x 40 in., framed
Carroll and Meadows are an exhibiting artist pair in Reciprocity.
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Reciprocity juried by Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman is on view at the gallery and online.

A virtual opening reception is planned for Friday, March 5th, 6 - 8 PM via YouTube and Zoom. Registration is recommended. Please visit WMG's website and follow social media for more information. All works available for sale are listed on WMG's webstore.

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Woman Made Gallery is limiting the number of visitors in the gallery to ten at a time. Face masks are required.  No appointment necessary.

If you need accommodations to fully participate in this program, contact
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Woman Made Gallery | 2150 S. Canalport Ave., 4th floor | Chicago, IL 60608


Thursday, March 11th, 7 - 8:30 PM


Join Woman Made Gallery for a fun night of virtual art trivia! Support WMG from home on Thursday, March 11th from 7 - 8:30 PM CST. Test your feminist art history knowledge, learn something new, and catch up with your community at WMG.

All proceeds will benefit Woman Made Gallery. The cost is $25 per screen. Prizes for the top three winners.


WMG member and recent 4th Midwest Open exhibiting artist Natalie Jackson is exhibiting at McLean County Arts Center (Bloomington, IL). Her solo exhibition is on view now through April 9th. The Opening Reception is scheduled for Friday, March 5th, 5 - 7 PM.

WMG member and recent 4th Midwest Open exhibiting artist Qianwen Yu is exhibiting at Hyde Park Art Center (Chicago). Her work is featured in Ground Floor, an ongoing Biennial exhibition since 2010 that brings together work by Chicago’s most promising emerging talent. Ground Floor is on view now through April 3rd. 


CALL FOR ART: Boundaries
Exhibition Dates: April 15 – May 16, 2021


ABOUT THE JUROR: Whitney LaMora (she/her) is a queer Chicago-based creative. Her artistic background spans from theatrical production to art curation, entrepreneurial leadership, goal-oriented mentorship, and beyond. She is a champion of interdisciplinary projects and emerging / DIY creators. She lives in Logan Square, obsessively reads, and takes in plants. Whitney is the creator of multiple Chicago art entities like LOCUS and the Accountability Club. 

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: It's been a year of boundaries. At the conclusion of one full year of pandemic conditions, the parameters of how we live and move through the world have drastically changed. While many new physical boundaries have been defined for us, other boundaries were left to be defined.  This exhibition considers the magnitude of this particular moment, as well as conceptual dimensions and negotiations of boundaries broadly, and as particularly experienced by womxn and non-binary individuals. We encourage intersectional approaches that include consideration of sexuality, race, class, and disability.

The juror is especially, though not exclusively, interested in artworks from the following mediums: 
  • Video work/installation
  • Digital renderings
  • Digital art
  • Photography
  • Textile Work
  • Fiber Work
  • Fiber / textile / fabric / weaving based installations
  • Performance art*

*The ability to perform in the gallery space may be limited due to CDC and City of Chicago COVID-19 guidelines. In the event that a physical performance may not be possible, a video documentation of the performance will be exhibited.


Woman Made Gallery is looking for mission-focused and energetic women-identifying and non-binary folks who are committed to social justice in the arts and are willing to lend a helping hand. If you have skills in the areas of marketing, fundraising, virtual event planning, art handling, gallery preparation, or are willing to connect WMG with your networks to build exhibitions or member programs, we want you! Consider applying to volunteer using the form linked here. More details at
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2150 S. Canalport 4th Fl, Chicago, IL 60608
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