Detroit has a multitude of talented female artists that need a platform and the opportunities to share their talents and cultivate their careers as visual artists. DMJStudio has taken on this challenge and created WW Art Gallery (Women’s Work Art Gallery) a gallery for women, run by women, exhibiting the works of women in Detroit, and beyond. While our focus is women artists in Detroit/Michigan, we are here to represent women artists of the world. Myett Risker, a local artist and curator, is partnering with Donna Jackson, owner of DMJStudio, and the DMJStudio team to bring this vision into reality. The gallery will be located at 10325 Linwood St., an old fire station located near historic Boston-Edison Neighborhood.  The door will open in 2018.

[WW] Art Gallery will have monthly exhibitions featuring female artists, provide classes in business strategy, marketing and branding as well as classes for young girls and young female artists to help them find joy in the creative process. This location will become a place to cultivate female artists talent and a museum holding the history and works of female artists.


  • Over the next year (June 2017 – June 2018) – DMJStudio will work to get people excited about this gallery. Here is what you can expect.
  • A new website focusing on women in the arts providing resources and networking opportunity for women artists.
  • Articles and write-ups by women on world issues, women accomplishments and history in the arts and other art-focused subjects from a woman’s perspective.
  • Event information
  • Videos of performances, interviews, art classes and more
  • Workshops supporting the strengthening creative careers for women
  • Potlucks and similar gatherings for creative women to connect and support one another
  • 2018 Women’s Work Art Exhibition/Gala (March 2018) celebrating the official opening of  Women’s Work Art Gallery.


Below are exhibitions and projects DMJStudio Women’s Work Art Gallery supported.



Detroit/Toronto Dress Project
DATE: Wednesday, July 25, 2018 | 6 – 9
LOCATION: The Baltimore Gallery Detroit | 314 E. Baltimore, Detroit, MI 48202

Organized by Donna Jackson of Detroit’s DMJStudio’s Women’s Work Gallery and OCAD U Sculpture student Eija Loponen-Stephenson, the Dress Project is a cross-border collaborative effort to unite women from Toronto, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan in creating an installation focused on domestic actions such as mending, ironing, and stain removal and their connection with womanhood, femininity and the defining roles of women in the past and present.

Participants will bring garments that are stained, ripped, or wrinkled and will be taught techniques on how to clean, repair, or iron them. Participants will then be asked to apply these skills to a sample fabric that will be used to build the dresses that will be part of an exhibition happening simultaneously Toronto and Detroit this fall.

Free Event! Food, wine, and music will be available. Participants, please bring a garment that you need ironing, mended or need stains removed to participate AND be ready to be creative.

EVENTBRITE: Feel free to invite other women to relax and create with us.


Below are exhibitions and projects DMJStudio Women’s Work Art Gallery supported.




  • Sign up to become featured artists  on WW Art Gallery website
  • Write an article or post to share on the  WW Art Gallery website
  • Participate in our monthly meetings as we grow the gallery
  • Volunteer your talent to help make this gallery a success
  • Become a board member

Please complete the form below and a representative from DMJStudio will contact you to provide more details.