4. 34. 48. 130. In a world where women continue to fight for equality, we are “Still Counting” the moments and milestones that make up a movement. Known for designing noteworthy exhibits focused on women’s empowerment, Emily Mackie, founder of Chicago’s Inspired Interiors design firm, gathered 21 female artists to create personal, powerful works provoked by the number of years it has taken to receive equal rights. These thought-provoking pieces will be auctioned off via mobile device during the SOFA exhibition, with 50 percent of proceeds benefiting a women’s rights organization. Sheila Arora has two crazy portraits in the display.
The Princeton Club of Chicago invites fellow Tigers and friends from the Harvard Club of Chicago to join Sheila Arora '05 for a presentation of her latest works and a conversation highlighting her dual careers in finance and as an artist. Come early to explore the gallery while you enjoy a glass of wine!
Welcome to the Treehouse, a discovery destination for alumni brought to you by the Harry L. Davis Center for Leadership. The program will consist of 7 presentations from members of the Booth community about leadership lessons derived from their interests outside of work. Sheila Arora ‘11 talks about living a double life in finance and art along with the connections between abstract painting and leadership.