What do Carrie Brownstein, Nancy Pearl, and Marcie Sillman have in common? They are all from Washington! They’re all in the public eye. And they're all part of the exhibition Agents of Change: 20 Remarkable Jewish Women of Washington State, opening April 28 at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma.
Featuring women who have made their mark in a wide array of fields including arts, activism, athletics, education, business, diplomacy, law, politics, religion, and philanthropy, Agents of Change shows the breadth and depth of the contributions Jewish women are making every day in our state and our world. This exhibition was developed by the Washington State Jewish Historical Society in honor of their 50th anniversary in 2018.
Opening Day Events:
1:30-3:00 Member's Reception • 4th Floor Mezzanine:
WSHS and WSHJS members are invited to mingle and enjoy refreshments
1:45 Gallery Talk • 3rd floor gallery:
Open to all, included with museum admission.
Hear from museum directors and special guests. Learn about the inspiration behind Agents of Change in the gallery.