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Painting by FRANCES HUDSON STORRS, 1860-1945, Untitled (Phlox), Oil on Board, Lent by Town and County Club of Hartford, CT

Celebrating the role of Connecticut Women Artists in history, the Connecticut Historical Society Museum and Library, in 2022, has officially accepted the archival records of CWA into their possession. The collection will be cataloged and available through the Waterman Research Center and CHS’s website.

The Connecticut Historical Society Museum and Library Acknowledges CWA's role in Connecticut's History

Painting by Francis Hudson Storrs, 1860-1945, Untitled (Phlox), Oil on Board, Lent by Town and County Club of Hartford, CT for Where Are the Women?, at the University of Saint Joseph's Art Museum, CT, 2021. Photo by Pauletta De Lucia

Where Are The Women? Rediscovering the Origins of Connecticut Women Artists at the University of Saint Joseph's Art Museum

Evelyn Beatrice Longman, Spirit of the Pines, Bronze c.1929

The fruition of several years of research by CWA's Historical Research Committee, Committee Chair Nancy Whitcher, and art historian Gary Knoble, Where Are the Women? Rediscovering the Origins of Connecticut Women Artists is a not-to-be-missed exhibition. CWA's founding members' works are on view at the University of Saint Joseph's Art Museum, West Hartford, CT, June 10 through August 21, 2021. CWA collaborated with the Art Museum at the University of Saint Joseph and made significant research and production contributions to this important exhibition.

Where Are the Women? video courtesy of the Art Museum, University of Saint Joseph, W. Hartford, Connecticut

From the exhibition Where Are the Women?, Evelyn Beatrice Longman's Spirit of the Pines, Bronze c.1929. Photo by Pauletta De Lucia