ACTING OUT: Visual Responses to a Changing World

A juried exhibition hosted by the Women’s Caucus for Art Carolinas

September 12 – November 4, 2022


The past few years have forced us to change—pivot—adapt—shift—evolve—accept—fight. Circumstances out of our control have challenged our normal experience and altered the world. We can’t help but react and act out in response. The Women’s Caucus for Art Carolinas invites you to submit work that captures your personal responses to an ever-changing world.

The exhibition will be held in-person at the Wilma Daniels Gallery in Wilmington, NC. Two receptions will be held, coinciding with Downtown Wilmington’s Fourth Friday Gallery Nights.

Any Questions?

I Do Believe – A Postcard Exhibition

Created and curated by Priscilla Otani in Collaboration with Women’s Caucus for Art.


The woman’s right to abortion in the United States became Federal law on January 22, 1973 through the Supreme Court Case, Roe v. Wade. Individual states could no longer have their own laws that would contradict the provisions of this Supreme Court decision. But the passage of Roe v. Wade did not put the issue of abortion rights to rest. The recently leaked draft of the Supreme Court opinion by Justice Samuel Alito in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is expected to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. This will likely become law, and other anti-abortion laws may soon take effect in many States. There are widespread disagreements among United States citizens, politicians and media about abortion. Priscilla Otani, an NCWCA (Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art) member in San Francisco, is organizing this postcard exhibit to visually discuss this subject. Opinions on all sides of the abortion debate are welcomed.

How to Participate

    1. Create, purchase or transform a standard 4 x 6  postcard (You can use any commercial postcard or you can create your own)
    2. Write on the front of your card (the side with the picture) your message/ belief on either right to life (against legalized abortion) or right to choose (legalized abortion). It can be a few words, one sentence, or a paragraph. See samples here
    3. You do not have to be an artist to participate.

Mail your postcard to:
I Do Believe, c/o Priscilla Otani,
PO Box 31083, San Francisco, CA 94131.

Your Postcard can be sent with or without an envelope.


You can send your postcard anonymously. Also, to safeguard anonymity, all names of senders will be blocked out on postcards before displayed. 
Some postcards will be displayed in an online exhibition, as part of social media posts and in some instances, in physical exhibitions held by our WCA chapter and national. 
Share your thoughtful, heart-felt beliefs, whatever they may be, on this complex and important subject. And please share this call for postcards with your friends and organizations.
For more information, visit the project website at:


Mailing Address

Women's Caucus for Art
PO Box 1498
Canal Street Station
New York, NY 10013


350 Canal St Ste 2A #1498
New York, NY 10013-1498

Director of Operations

Karin Luner

WCA President

Donna Jackson