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An exhibition of works by four women artists is on display through March 31 in the gallery of the Lafayette College’s Black Cultural Center, 101 McCartney Street. The show is part of Lafayette’s celebration of Women’s History Month.

The artists are Karima Muyaes of Mexico City, Mexico; Janet Taylor Pickett of New Jersey; Lorraine Walsh of New York; and Kimberly Thomas of Pennsylvania, a 1990 Lafayette graduate. Gallery hours are: Monday 3-5 p.m.; Tuesday 4-8 p.m.; Wednesday 1-3 p.m. and 4-8 p.m.; Thursday 1-3 p.m. and 4-6 p.m.; and Friday noon to 3 p.m.

Organized by the Black Cultural Center and Lafayette’s Experimental Printmaking Institute, the exhibition is supported by the Women’s Studies program, the department of art, the office of multicultural affairs, the office of student residence, the Art Society, and the Association of Black Collegians.

The curator is Donna C. Moros, a 1998 Lafayette graduate from Merida, Venezuela. Student assistants are Shayne Figueroa ’99 of Charleston, S.C.; Janine Garrubbo ’99 of Chatham, N.J.; Emily Quillen ’99 of Maplewood, N.J; Medinah Salaam ’99 of East Windsor, N.J.; and Melissa Truesdell ’00 of Las Vegas, Nev.

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