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Half the Sky: Intersections in Social Practice Art cultural exchange and exhibition opens on Thursday, April 15, 2014 at LuXun Academy of Fine Art in Shenyang, China. The exchange draws on Chairman Mao Zedong’s famous statement that “Women hold up half the sky" — a theme that continues to inspire social change across the globe— to explore the role social practice art makes to those changes.

Organized by the International Caucus of the Women's Caucus for Art, WCA has planned interactive events including a bi-lingual "People's Microphone Session," interactive painting and presentations in addition to the formal opening and informal artist talks during the three days of the cultural exchange.The exhibition will continue through April 30, 2014.

More details including a full list of artists and images is available online: wcainternationalcaucus.weebly.com/press-kit-half-the-sky-intersections-in-social-practice-art.html

Call for Artlines Editor

Create the Next Art Edition of Artlines

Last year, Amanda Rogers published WCA's Second Art Edition of Artlines. Who wants to work on next limited edition Art Artlines? We are seeking creative members who will wow our readers and make WCA's newsletter a valuable collector's item.

The winner will be paid $500 when the newsletter goes to press in early August. If you want to split the designer/editor work with another woman, you will also split the stipend. You must know how to use InDesign and have editorial experience or good editing skills.

We are looking for someone to push the concept of a newsletter as far into a work of art as possible! To apply, go to www.nationalwca.org/membership/chaptergrants.php.
Deadline is April 7, 2014


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Man as Object : Reversing the Gaze

The 'Man as Object : Reversing the Gaze' exhibition is a WCA national show, involving 100+ artists, about a dozen historic feminist artists, and an award-winning curatorial grant.

A 200+ page catalog with substantive essays from juror Dr. Tanya Augsburg, !WAR - Women Art Revolution filmmaker Lynn Hershman-Leeson, as well as contributions from ORLAN and Annie Sprinkle, and more will be forthcoming shortly. Visit the website: manasobject.weebly.com

see the video on youtube



Ellen L. Lee
Peninsula Chapter
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