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Time: Present, Past, and Future

The Women's Caucus for Art (WCA) has created a unique opportunity for Latina artists and essayists to exhibit and share their work on the theme of Time: Present, Past, and Future.

Artwork in a wide array of media and writings from various perspectives are included in this Online Exhibition. This show is part of the Latina Outreach Initiative, an ongoing initiative by the Women's Caucus for Art.

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Juror Statements by Karen Mary Davalos and Linda Vallejo

Essays by Carissa Garcia & Kaelyn Rodriguez, Christy Ramirez and DJ Stone


ANNOUNCEMENT 'Who’s Afraid of Feminism'

“Who’s Afraid of Feminism” exhibition to be held at the AIR Gallery, Sept 10– Oct 11th, 2015; juried by Catherine Morris, Curator, Elizabeth Sackler Center, Brooklyn Museum.

Artists chosen for the gallery: Shonagh Adelman, Tara Booth, Amy Cannestra, Katherine Cooksey, Julie Sinclair Eakin, Sally Edelstein, Christine Giancola, Lucy Julia Hale, Coco Hall, Maiza Hixson, Kristina Lenzi, Sinan Leong Revell, J. J. L'Heureux, Sarah Maple, Sandra Matthews, Brittany Prater, Carly Ries, Trix Rosen, Cecilia Rossey, Lisa Seidenberg, Gwen Shockey, Meg Stein, Rhonda M. Thomas, Nikki Thompson, Marie Tomanova, Margi Weir, and Ellen Wetmore.

Artists chosen for the online gallery: Samantha Aasen, Shonagh Adelman, Alicia Aldama, Anne Alexander, Elaine Alibrandi, Carrie Alter, Jung Ran Bae, Tessie Barrera-Scharaga, Ali Beyer, Dare J. Boles, Jackie Branson, Kathryn Burleson, Donna Catanzaro, D Cleary, Laura Collins, Liz Collins, Mary Ellen Croteau, Cynthia Cusick, Gina Dabrowski, Rocio De Alba, Sue Dean, Cat Del Buono, Romina Del Castillo, Laurie Edison, Alyssa Eustaquio, Shawna Gibbs, Katya Grokhovsky, Mary Hamill, Kate Hampel, Wendy Hansen, Edith Hillinger, Sarah Elizabeth Honan, Judy Johnson-Williams, Ann Johnston-Schuster, Sue Julien, Kay Kang, Catherine Maffioletti, Rose Materdomini, Constance McBride, Brandi Merolla, Jennifer Mondfrans, Laura Moore, Margaret Noble, Heather Ossandon, Priscilla Otani, Francesca Padron, Dominique Palladino, Min Kim Park, Brittany Prater, Robin Przybysz, Carol Quint, Carly Ries, Trix Rosen, Heather Saunders and Erin Finley, Buket Savci Atature, Heather Scholl, Amy Siqveland, Ann Stoddard, Nette Thomas, Marta V. Tornero, Mary Joy Torrecampo, Jen Urso, Cristina Velazquez, Shirley Verrette, Jenny Walker, Jennifer Weigel, Karen Yee, and Lu Zhang.

All artists will be shown in the online gallery and print catalog that will be available in August 2015. Contact wcashows@gmail.com with any questions.

CALL FOR ART | Sexism: A Touchy Subject | May 10, 2015

Sexism today is a touchy subject. Sex, when used as the basis for discrimination is called sexism, a term coined in the 1960s. Yet even now, a half century later, a definition has never reached consensus.

• Is it the belief that one sex is intrinsically inferior?
• Do genders think differently about sex and all its related matters?
• Is this nature so deep in our psyche it exists in a realm beyond our reach?

If our sexual identity is unconscious it makes our often-extreme reactions hard to understand let alone explain. Yet it pervades all cultures and personal experience fundamentally. Bodily autonomy. Economics. Motherhood. The responding political movements reverberate with gender memes as we lurch blindly into the future looking for justice, looking for satisfaction, looking for love.
The gender “wars” are exhausting. But is it better to avoid the topic? What is just, when it comes to a woman? #artandfeminism

Deadline for application May 10
Notification of acceptance June 7
Receiving 2pm - 5pm, SAT June 27
Installation 9am - 1pm, SAT June 28
Opening reception 7 - 9 pm, FRI July 3
Closing reception 11am - 1pm, SUN July 25

Catharine Clark, founder and gallerist of the Catharine Clark Gallery in San Francisco and New York City.

Arc Gallery, 1246 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Silicon Valley WCA MEMBERS
Please enter the word, MEMBER in the Coupon Code field before you finish your submission.

An open call for juried art exhibition for self-identified women artist. The gallery is in San Francisco with opening gala event on Friday, July 3rd. All styles.

Awards for creativity of concept, excellence of design and expertise of media: 1st pl $300, 2nd pl $150, 3rd pl $50.

Friday, July 3, 2015 from 7:00 - 10:00 pm

To Enter Via Entrythingy Click HERE


(Dis)Comfort - YWC Exhibiton Call | Deadline May 25, 2015
Young Women’s Caucus(YWC) National Juried Exhibition
at Piante Gallery, Eureka, CA
July 3–July 25, 2015

Time Line:
Call opens: March 30, 2015
Call closes: May 25, 2015 at midnight in your time zone.
Artists notified of Juror’s decision: June 5, 2015
Work due at gallery: June 30 – July 1, 2015
Opening Reception: July 4, 2015
Exhibition closes: July 25, 2015
Work returned: August 7, 2015


Concept (Dis)Comfort is an exhibition of artwork reflecting on the comforts and discomforts of being a female in contemporary society. Comfort is something that is driven by both external and internal forces. The external forces burden women with stereotypes, gender roles, injustices and situational discomfort but also comforts women in the confidence of like-minded individuals and support from. Internally, spiritual, mental and physical self-reflection both ease uncertainties and manifest new ones. The power struggle fabricated within us is a reflection of the discomfort and comfort of all women in contemporary society today.

About the Gallery: Sue Natzler founded the Piante Gallery in 2000. The Gallery is located at 620 Second St in Eureka, California. Eureka is a summer vacation destination for many. Piante Gallery has a large clientele base and attracts many visitors. The gallery is open from noon to 5 pm Tuesday through Saturday.

Jurors: Sondra Schwetman, Associate Professor at Humboldt State University, National WCA Board member on the membership committee and adviser to the Young Women's Caucus.
Brandice Guerra,
Assistant Professor at Humboldt State University and independent juror.
Heide Basinger,
Vice President of Community Outreach and National WCA Board member.

Eligibility: All artists must be currently enrolled in College or University (undergraduate, or graduate) and/or graduated in the last 5 years and reside in the United States. Categories Accepted: Original sculpture, painting, drawing, photo, printmaking, ceramics, jewelry, assemblage, mixed media, fibers, artists’ books and small installations. The exhibition cannot accept film, or performance. Special electronics or installation must be supplied or prearranged by the artist. Work must be up for the duration of the exhibit. Artist’s Statement: Please provide a statement about how your work relates to the concept of this exhibition.

Entry and Fee: Payment of a $15 (USD) non-refundable entry fee is required. An entry consists of 1 – 3 submissions of artwork. A maximum of 2 entries per person is allowed.

For questions please contact Sondra Schwetman (SS95@humboldt.edu) or Jaimianne Amicucci (Jaimianne@gmail.com).



CALL FOR ART | WOMEN DO IT! | Phase 2 is in progress!

CALL FOR ART: Women Do It! Postcard Exhibition Deadline: T/K

WCA's International Caucus and its UN Program invite individual artists, mail artists, students, children, activists and concerned individuals of all genders and ages as well as classrooms and organizations to create altered or hand-made postcards on the theme of 'Women Do It!' Exhibition.

What are noteworthy achievements by women? What impacts have women had on the economy, human rights, education, environment, world health, religion, politics and peace? Who are our women and girl heroes in our family and in our community? Which women do you admire in leadership, public service, sports and in the arts?

”Women Do It!” supports both the UN Women’s #HeForShe campaign and the upcoming 2015 Commission on the Status of Women’s Beijing+20 Conference in their efforts toward advancing women’s rights and gender equality in society, economics and politics.

• WCA and CAA Conferences, February 2015 (possible opportunity with early postcard submissions)
• UN Commission on the Status of Women Conference, International Caucus UN Program parallel event during March 9-20, 2015.
• UN DPI/NGO Conference August 2015
• WCA National Conference, Washington DC, February 2016
• Women's History Month Exhibition, St. Louis Florissant Valley Community College, March 2016
• Arc Project Gallery, San Francisco, May 7 - June 4, 2006.
• Online Gallery created on this site.

Altered postcards and hand-made postcards 4 x 6 inches in size. Any material that can travel through the mail may be used to construct the postcards. Postcards must be stamped and mailed, preferably without an envelope, through the postal system.


CALL FOR ART | Old Enough To Know Better | August 15, 2015

We are excited to introduce "Old Enough to Know Better", an international, juried exhibition sponsored by the Women's Caucus for Art Philadelphia Chapter, being juried by Diane Burko and Eileen Neff and held at Crane Arts in Philadelphia.

Enter here http://www.entrythingy.com/d=phila-wca.blogspot.com 

For full prospectus http://phila-wca.blogspot.com/

The contextual space of this show is the stubbornness and persistence of artistic
Crane Arts Gallery 109
1400 North American Street
Philadelphia PA 19122
International call; open to mid-career and emerging women and women-identified artists
over the age of 35. Entries must have been completed within five years of
the application deadline.

ENTRY DEADLINE: August 15, 2015
NOTIFICATION: Sent to artists (by email): Sept. 15
DELIVERY: Monday, November 2, 2015 (for shipped work; see instructions).
Sunday, November 1, 2015: 12:00-4:00 pm
Monday, November 2, 2015: 3:00-7:00pm
RECEPTION: Thursday, November 12, 2015, 6-9pm
CLOSING DATE: November 28, 2015
PICKUP: Saturday, November 29 (1-3 pm)
MEDIA ACCEPTED: Open to all media. (Video artists, if accepted must supply ALL their
own equipment.)
$25 for WCA members /$35 for all others


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