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    Transforming Women

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    June 17, 2010


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    Transforming Women

    Transforming Women: A Special Reception Featuring Iron Butterflies Author Birute Regine, and Fine Artists Chichi Uccelli and Elizabeth Arseneau. The compelling narrative, "Iron Butterflies" weaves together the stories of 60 successful women from all walks of life and demonstrates how traditional feminine skills and values can be applied to empower more people than ever before. Come meet the author, Birute Regine, Peruvian artist...

    Transforming Women: A Special Reception Featuring Iron Butterflies Author Birute Regine, and Fine Artists Chichi Uccelli and Elizabeth Arseneau. The compelling narrative, "Iron Butterflies" weaves together the stories of 60 successful women from all walks of life and demonstrates how traditional feminine skills and values can be applied to empower more people than ever before. Come meet the author, Birute Regine, Peruvian artist Chichi Uccelli and American artist Elizabeth Arseneau to learn how literature and art can change and enhance people's lives. Birute Regine, EdD. earned her degrees from Harvard in developmental psychology, is a researcher and writer who specializes in the dynamics and development of relationships and women's role in the workplace, and is trained in gestalt therapy. ChiChi Uccelli has been a fashion designer, sculptor, painter and activist using her art as a constant and continuum to express herself through a dynamic life of change. During difficult political moments in her native country of Perú, she became involved in forming a group to support the human and political rights of women. Elizabeth Arseneau is an accomplished painter who knows that art has the power to heal. This Massachusetts artist "recreated myself from a lost empty shell into a life-inspired, fulfilled artist." Come meet these remarkable women, learn about their stories and see their art.


    Thos. Moser Showroom

    19 Arlington Street
    Boston, MA 02116

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    Admission Info:

    Free


    General Day and Time Info:

    5-8pm



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