“Women, Art and Fibers: Contemporary Responses to Abolition and Journey North” is a contemporary fiber arts exhibition that highlights works influenced or linked to the slave trade between New England and the South. Stories of slavery have left traces on the work of these artists who stand in solidarity with the philosophies of Black Lives Matter. The exhibition is held in conjunction with International Women’s Month and Fiber Arts Month. Laurie Carlson Steger and Dr. Memory Holloway are guest curators. Exhibiting artists are Faith Ringgold, Cathryn Amidei, Naomi Henry, Suzi Ballenger, Sonja Dahl, Sheila Duarte & the Student Collective Artwork, Barbara Eychaner, Karen Hampton, Maggie Leininger, Sheila Lutz, Lesyslie Rackard, Christie Rawlins-Jackson, Linda Rhynard, Kimberly Love Radcliffe, Susi Ryan, Aminah Robinson, Brooks Stevens and Marica Weiss.