a painting of a woman's head in a field of flowers

Rell Rushin, A Place for Us. (detail), 2022, courtesy of the artist

Celebrating Future Vision: Women of Visions

Hall of Sculpture

Free


Please join us for a public and free celebration of the exhibition Future Vision: Women of Visions from 6—8 p.m. at Carnegie Museum of Art on Thursday, June 2.

No registration is required for this free event. Drop in to the Hall of Sculpture from 6 to 9 p.m. to celebrate Women of Visions.

Co-presented by Carnegie Museum of Art, Future Vision: Women of Visions is the culminating art exhibition of the organization's 40th-anniversary series. The exhibition will be on view in the Hall of Sculpture through June 12, 2022.


About Women of Visions

Mentored by international sculptor Selma Burke at its founding, Women of Visions has sustained 40 years in the city of Pittsburgh as the only non-profit collective of African American women visual artists. Women of Visions mounts group and collaborative exhibitions, teaches classes to people of every generation, and networks to build relationships in the arts and lay community both in and outside the city of Pittsburgh. The members of Women of Visions represent a diverse range of lifestyles and artistic experiences; thus rich and varied expressions of personal, social, and political views are presented in each exhibition the group organizes. Over the course of 40 years, Women of Visions has continued to nurture and support professional and emerging women artists of color, and to bring to the general public the full richness and scope of our cultural heritage.

Currently, Women of Visions is the oldest women’s organization of its kind in the country. They have experienced the years of both revolution and evolution. Now, with the country’s historic placement of a woman of color in the role of Vice President of the United States, this historic organization seeks ways to push themselves and their art to the next level. As part of their growth strategy, Women of Visions has inducted 16 new members in one year, amplified their mission with ground-breaking exhibitions, and are poised to pass on their legacy of establishing “excellence in the visual arts” to the next generation of African American women. In 2021, Women of Visions was awarded the title of “American Cultural Treasure” by the Ford Foundation and Heinz Foundation. For more information visit womenofvisionspgh.org