Eco-art Caucus

Chair: Laura Phelps-Rogers, Colorado Chapter
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Eco-art Caucus Mission

The Eco-art Caucus is the environmental art group of the Women’s Caucus for Art. Our goal is to inform, support and highlight environmental awareness through art practice.  We celebrate historic environmental and land art projects, embrace site specificity and social issues while highlighting the broad and multidisciplinary approaches to the field of environmental & land art.

Mission for the year ahead (1.) Connect with legacy members who have written critically and participated in the field of environmental and land art with the help of the National Organization. (2.) (a.) Develop a National Organizational stance on the environmental issues facing society and (b.) Develop a commitment or stance in response to the crisis of global warming and the artist and national art organization role. (3.) Possibly develop a call for participation in an existing project or an online exhibition if feasible. (4.) Continue to solicit for Social Media content from chapters and members.

Jewish Women Artists Network (JWAN)

Rona Lesser, WCA Lifetime  & Texas Chapter
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Idelle Hammond-Sass, Michigan Chapter
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Vision Statement
To reinvigorate and revitalize the JWAN Caucus by:

● Recognizing diversity within the caucus/membership of Jews of color, LGBTQ and Jews by choice as well as others who identify
with Jewish values. Being open to women of all experiences and backgrounds that create a rich diversity of thought and practice, not limited to Mizrahi/Sephardic and Ashkenazi backgrounds.

● Reflecting and exploring topics through a Jewish lens via exhibitions, panels, lectures or presentations (zoom or in-person). Explorations of social justice, environment, immigration, ritual, spirituality and tikkun olam (repairing the world), among others can be used to explore the intersection of art, culture and Jewish values. Reflecting on the universality of these topics by facilitating conversations and connections through online art shares, exhibiting artists talks, and other opportunities.

International Caucus

Chair 2020-23: Allicette Torres, Member-at-large (MAL)
Director UN Program, Maureen Burns-Bowie, MAL
Youth Mentor: Liz DiGiorgio, MAL

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The International Caucus and its membership of artists and academics develops collaborative projects with other global organizations and entities around activist themes. These projects include a call for submissions to the entire WCA community.
As a United Nations NGO, the UN Program of the International Caucus educates about UN platforms and through art activities, WCA members participate in and contribute to many United Nations programs and conferences including panels, lectures, video, exhibitions, and online documentation. The UN Program maintains NGO status with the UN through the Biannual Review, publicly recognizes outstanding WCA activist artists with the Honor Roll, and mentors young women art students as Youth Representatives to the UN who receive 2 academic credits from CUNY.

The Feminist Art Project (TFAP)

Chair: Connie Tell, Member-at-large (MAL)
Vice Chair: Miriam Kienle, University of Kentucky, TFAP Regional Coordinator-Kentucky (MAL)

The Feminist Art Project (TFAP)

The Feminist Art Project is an international collaborative initiative recognizing the Feminist Art Movement and the aesthetic, intellectual and political impact of womxn on the visual arts, art history and art practice, past and present. The project is a strategic intervention against the ongoing erasure of womxn from the cultural record. The Feminist Art Project promotes diverse feminist art events and publications through its website, calendar-archive and facilitates networking and regional program development worldwide.

The Feminist Art Project effects permanent change by refocusing public attention on the signal achievements of the Feminist Art Movement and shine a spotlight on current Feminist Art influences, trends, feminist content in art, feminist analysis in art and art history, and other cultural arenas. 

Young Women’s Caucus

Chair: Veronica Clements, Chicago Chapter

Vision Statement

I envision the YWC growing in membership and diversity through social media marketing and face to face interactions. I would like our social media presence to grow and for us to gain members and notoriety from that. I would also like to work with the exhibitions committee to put together shows in the Chicago area that highlight the work of emerging women artists.

Mailing Address

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

Karin Luner

WCA President

Donna Jackson