In recognition of Women’s History Month, the Mamaroneck Artists Guild will host a panel discussion of five women artists who represent a broad range of work and consider advocacy for the arts in their communities an essential part of their work.
Judith Weber, a mosaic artist and product designer, is president of the board of the Clay Art Center in Port Chester.
Tova Snyder is a muralist who has produced large-scale murals on buildings in the Bronx, and public commissions for Port Chester, as well as for the MTA Arts for Transit Program.
Painter Hilda Green Demsky is a Fulbright Fellow, National Endowment for the Arts Fellow, and a recipient of the Andy Warhol Residency Award. She is a member of the Mamaroneck Artists Guild.
Catherine Latson, an innovative sculptor, constructs imaginative objects with organic materials. Many of her works explore nature and femininity. She has exhibited her work at the Hudson River Museum and the Rockland Center for the Arts and has been featured at the Transform Gallery in New York City.
Sculptor Vinnie Bagwell has produced numerous large-scale bronze sculptures celebrating African-American, Hispanic, and Native American history. She is currently producing a series of large-scale bronze sculptures for the Enslaved Africans rain garden on the Yonkers Waterfront.
Sarah Coble, a sculptor and educator who maintains a studio in YOHO, will moderate the discussion on March 12, which runs from 4-6. The Guild is located at 126 Larchmont Avenue in Larchmont. For information, visit www.mamaroneckartistsguild.org or call 834-1117.