Miami Beach, Fla. – Ten female stars of screen and stage, who have all performed in Miami Beach at least once during their careers, are being honored at a new exhibit in Lummus Park for Women’s History Month.

Titled “Ten Women Superstars,” the exhibit celebrates cabaret singer and social activist Josephine Baker, Miami Beach’s own Gloria Estefan, “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin, Hollywood legend Judy Garland, Whitney Houston, Madonna, Broadway’s Chita Rivera, Diana Ross, Barbara Streisand and Tina Turner.

“These women have defied conventions, shattered barriers, and left an indelible mark on the music industry,” said Lynette Long, who chairs the Miami Beach Commission for Women, which is sponsoring the exhibit along with the Miami Design Preservation League.

“Ten Women Superstars” can be viewed 24 hours a day throughout the month of March in Lummus Park between 13 and 14 streets.

The official ribbon-cutting for the exhibit will take place on Friday, March 8 at noon.