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The Feminist Art Project
FEATURED ARTISTS 2023
Hend Al-Mansour’s art presents a feminist perspective on her native Saudi Arabian culture. Her work references Islamic art and deals with issues of gender in Arab societies.
Phoebe Burns is a multidisciplinary artist, who resides in her hometown of Huntsville, Alabama. She experiments with different art mediums and art forms to push the possibilities of art.
Jessica Burke is a figurative artist and educator who has been teaching at the university level since 2005. She is an Associate Professor of Art and Coordinator of the Foundations Program at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte.
Fall is a lifelong Michigan resident and has lived and worked in Ann Arbor for the past 30 years. She holds a BFA from the University of Michigan, and an MFA in Metalsmithing from Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Koehler situates herself as artist in the debate of what constitutes an intelligible life—one that is speakable, has meaning, and is valued. The philosophy of her work is based on the premise that existence is relational and that to exist means to exist in communion.
Southern California Chapter
Linda Arreola is an abstract artist from Los Angeles with a background in sculpture and architecture. She received her B.A. and M.A. degrees in Fine Art, with a specialty in sculpture, from California State University Los Angeles. She later went on to receive a Master of Architecture from UCLA.
Northern California Chapter
Susan Kitazawa lives in San Francisco. She enjoys making art, writing, dancing, and community advocacy. She has university degrees in cultural anthropology, nursing, and education. She is retired after 25 years working as a registered nurse
Lucy Gans is a printmaker and a sculptor, based in the Lehigh Valley, PA. Her work is figurative, narrative often using self-portraits to explore social issues; current work ranges from small photogravures and monotypes to individually carved figures, and includes installations with cast objects, prints, drawings, and recorded text.
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Art Insights BLOG
In Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month: 3 LatinX Poets Writing At The Intersections of Identity and Empowerment You Should Read Now
From September 15 to October 15, we honor National Hispanic American Heritage Month by recognizing the contributions of LatinX poets. Their moving verses have set the standard for poetic activism, keeping readers informed and engaged. The words of these wise scribes often reflect the rich cultural diversity of the Latinx experience, exploring themes of identity, heritage, resilience, and spirituality. In Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month here are three standout LatinX poets you should know.
The mission of the Women’s Caucus for Art is to create community through art, education, and social activism
We are committed to:
- recognizing the contributions of women in the arts
- providing women with leadership opportunities and professional development
- expanding networking and exhibition opportunities for women
- supporting local, national, and global art activism
- advocating for equity in the arts for all
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
WCA is a networking organization for women in the arts.
Women's Caucus for Art
PO Box 1498
Canal Street Station
New York, NY 10013
c/o Karin Luner
131 Burnett Rd
Saugerties, NY 12477
Director of Operations
WCA President Elect