Main Library - Throughout March - Throughout art history, the female body has served as inspiration for countless artists. However, the art work recognized as great or iconic, even those centered on the feminine form, have primarily come from male artists. Women Artists’ Community and Outreach presents an exhibition to subvert the male gaze in the art world and display the feminine form through a feminine gaze. “Free Form” is an exhibition meant to provide women artists a chance to reclaim their gender’s own image. Their perspectives vary from erotic, autobiographical, documentary, or simply appreciative. The First Monday Gallery Night opening reception will be held March 4 from 6-7 p.m.