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New Window Art Exhibit ‘Soulful Panes’ by Female Black Artists Debuts in Downtown Wheaton in Celebration of Black History and Women’s History Months

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, February 20, 2024

A new window art installation called “Soulful Panes,” which joins Montgomery County’s celebration of Black and Women’s History months, is now on display in the Wheaton Arts and Entertainment District. “Soulful Panes” was conceived by artist and Wheaton resident Dinah Myers-Schroeder, who was joined by other female artists residing in Montgomery County with the common goal to honor and uplift Black women.

The art exhibit was made possible by in-kind support from the Wheaton Urban District. The artwork is located on the street level of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission’s Wheaton headquarters at 2425 Reedie Drive in Downtown Wheaton. It will be on display through March.