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January 21, 2019

Women Writers Center

A new documentary film about The Women’s Writers’ Center (1975-82) in Cazenovia, NY will begin with the story of Marian Roth’s firing from Syracuse University in 1972. In 1968, when she was 24, Marian was hired to teach Political Science in a department of 49 men. At that time, she was the only woman in all the social sciences. Although wildly popular, she was denied tenure for her activism and idealism. Happily, this was the beginning of a career much better suited to Marian – a life in art.

December 06, 2018

"RED" AT CUSP GALLERY

Marian Roth is showing some new work in a wonderful group exhibition called, "Red," currently up at the CUSP Gallery in Provincetown. The show runs through the end of January.
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December 04, 2018

WRITING ON MY PAINTINGS

I’ve never written on a painting before, but I found this quote from BODHICARYAVATARA and it touched me to my core. I am working on a group of paintings about migration and hope. Maybe I can make a little book and this will be the cover.

December 03, 2018

NOW SHOWING AT ON CENTER GALLERY

Marian Roth is part of a terrific group show at On Center Gallery in Provincetown right now as part of their winter exhibition.
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August 11, 2018

SILENT AUCTION

FINE ARTS WORK CENTER - 42ND ANNUAL ART AUCTION
Marian Roth has been a longtime Summer Workshop faculty member at the Work Center. As part of this year's Annual Art Auction, Marian is participating in the "silent auction" portion of the event. Online bidding began August 10 and ran through the evening of the live auction on Saturday, August 18. Click below to view Marian's work. Bidding is now over.
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August 10, 2018

GROUP SHOW

"THE LOCALS"
On Center Gallery - Provincetown
Group Show - Featuring Five Cape Cod Artists
Marian Roth, Michael Hartwig, Jackie Reeves, Gin Stone & Jill Rothenberg
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July 30, 2018

GENERATIONS PROJECT PROVINCETOWN

"THE WHY PTOWN SHOW"
Hosted by THE GENERATIONS PROJECT – An intergenerational project that celebrates and preserves the vibrant LGBTQ history of Provincetown. The Second Annual Ptown Summer Storytelling Show featured stories from Beata Cooke, Dan Mullin, Marian Roth, Jay Critchley & Byllye Avery.