Freeman Arts event to highlight women creators March 7

February 18, 2024

Freeman Arts Pavilion will host an event that celebrates women and the arts, set to take place on the eve of International Women’s Day, at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 7, in the Town Hall of the Carl M. Freeman Foundation Office Building, 31255 Americana Parkway, Selbyville.                   

Artful Voices: Celebrating Women Creators will showcase three talented local artists participating in a moderated panel sharing what it’s like to be a female artist today, relating how their experiences as women have inspired and impacted their art, and discussing the unique challenges and opportunities facing creative women in today's artistic landscape.

The panelists include Charlese Phillips, a Delaware-based artist whose work is focused on color, texture and identity; Kait Monroe, a Delaware native and oil painter specializing in portraits and figures; and Tiffany Caldwell, a documentary and street photographer based in Rehoboth Beach.

Sara Ganter, Rehoboth Art League executive director, will also join the panel to share her unique perspective about female artists continuing to break through glass ceilings to ensure their voices are heard and their art is seen.

Tickets are $15. To purchase tickets, go to or call 302-436-3015. The event is sponsored in part by the Carl M. Freeman Foundation.

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