CALL FOR ARTISTS | DEADLINE September 11, 2020

The Women’s Caucus for Art of Greater Washington, DC invites members of the National Women’s Caucus for Art to submit artwork for a juried online exhibition entitled “See My Color,” WCADC’s Social Justice Art Exhibition. “See My Color” will explore artists’ relationships with racial injustice, police brutality, and criminal justice reform through visual art. The show aims to confront the current social injustices surrounding the deaths of people of color in the United States by law enforcement, as well as systemic racism as a whole. “I don’t see color” is no longer an acceptable response

Artists are invited to attend a public virtual online opening reception via Video Conference on October 15, 2020 from 6-8 PM.  More information at:

CALL FOR ARTISTS | DEADLINE September 23, 2020

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing women (womxn, womyn, wimmin) the right to vote. This gives us pause to consider where we’ve come, where we are and where we’re going as women and artists. Much has been achieved with the recent emphasis on women artists of the past and the spotlight on contemporary women artists.

This show will feature women in the arts expressing ideas about the experience of women through time and today. What is the unique voice of women; the feminine, and the sacred feminine in art? Show us your visual voice and vision of the power of women’s past, present and future in society and in the arts. 

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Containment: Stories of Art in Isolation

We are facing the first global pandemic of our generation. Sheltering in place, alone together. From stopping the spread of Coronavirus, to protesting for human rights, we cannot deny the power of solidarity. Each one of us with a different perspective, interconnected through this global experience. How has self-isolating impacted your art practice? What are some of the ways in which you are coping?

The Young Womens Caucus and the Women Caucus for Art invite you to submit artwork to our first online exhibition. Containment: Stories of Art in Isolation looks to share our individual experiences in order to bring together a collective narrative. How are we connected in the midst of isolation.

Dasha Matsuura is an Oakland-based curator. She is currently the director of Hashimoto Contemporary and Spoke Art. Since 2007, she has been an active member of the greater Bay Area arts community as a curator, corporate art consultant and has served on the board of various non-profit organizations.

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Karin Luner

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Laura Morrison