CAMP Rehoboth is excited to be displaying "Breaking the Sound Barrier: The Women's Music Movement from the 1970's to the 1990's,” a traveling exhibit from the Stonewall National Museum and Archives with support and funding from Wells Fargo. The exhibit consists of nine large panels chroncling the Women's Music Movement and will be on display in the CAMP Rehoboth Community Room through November. Bringing the traveling panels to life are materials (records, posters, and other memorabilia) from the private archives of Boden Sandstrom. Boden started Woman Sound Inc., the first woman-owned sound company, with Casse Culver (1975). As the chief engineer she did sound and technical production for numerous D.C. area women’s music events, music festivals and political events, including all major NOW and LGTBQ rallies on the Mall from 1975 to 2005. She also was the mix engineer for the major women’s music festivals around the country.
In conjunction with this, CAMP Rehoboth is presenting a juried art exhibit: "Breaking the Barriers: Overcoming Obstacles Through Art, which features local artists and will include painting, drawing, sculpture, 3D, ceramics, photography, videography and mp4 files of performances, and more! Both shows explore the common theme of breaking barriers.
Breaking Barriers Gallery Exhibit: November 9 to 28, 2020
Meet the Artists and Small Group Tours – November 13, 5 to 8 p.m.*
* In conjunction with CAMP Rehoboth’s Handmade Market. Other exhibition events may be scheduled.
CAMP Rehoboth extends special thanks to the Stonewall National Museum and Archives, Wells Fargo, Boden Sandstrom and the late Casse Culver, and Jeri Berc for making this exhibit possible.