Women of the Blues

Women of the Blues: A Coast-To-Coast Collection comes to the Nation Blues Museum. This traveling collection features portraits of some the most influential female artists throughout blues history.

Speaking about this unique exhibit is the Nation Blues Museum’s Director of Internal Affairs Jacqueline Dace and the collection’s curator, Lynn Orman Weiss.

Also visiting the gallery and sharing their thoughts on the exhibit are notable blues artists Anne Harris, Jan James, and the “Daughter of Blues” Shirley King.

Women of the Blues runs January 7th through March 31st at the Nation Blues Museum at 615 Washington Ave in downtown St. Louis. For more information please visit www.nationalbluesmuseum.org.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am