For our 2020 Conference in Chicago, the Bridgeport Art Center is hosting our juried national members’ exhibition “Collectively Shifting.” The Young Women’s Caucus (YWC) will be showing at Woman Made Gallery. Their “Intersectional History” exhibition is asking artists to challenge dominant narratives of history through multi-generational, visual story-telling.
For details on both Calls for Art, click the button.
Deadline to enter for the National Show is October 21, 2019
Lifetime Achievement Awards
Please join us for the Lifetime Achievement Awards celebration on Saturday, February 15 at Columbia College, Chicago. Our 2020 honorees are Joyce Fernandes, Michiko Itatani, Judy Onofrio, Alison Saar, and Judith Stein.
Rose B. Simpson will receive the President’s Award for Art & Activism.
2020 Conference in Chicago
Join us in Chicago for the WCA’s conference Intersectionality, February 13–16 at Columbia College. Conference sessions will include Chapters’ Council and Caucus meetings, workshops and panels, and networking opportunities. Included in the registration are our two exhibition receptions. From the convenient location on Michigan Ave, you can explore world-class museums and galleries, enjoy exceptional drinks and dining, and take in world-class architecture and music.
Hotel Essex is WCA’s Conference Hotel—Make your reservations today!
Northern California Chapter Member
In 2015, I started a new body of work called “Alice”, in which I overlap the story of Alice in wonderland with the History of San Francisco and Paris to represent the schizophrenic state of these ever-changing cities.
“what’s in your dreams?”, oil on canvas, 60″ x 48″
“The length of my bathing suit” was inspired by a photograph from 1925 “Smokey” Buchanan from the West Palm Beach police force, measuring the bathing suit of Betty Fringle on Palm Beach, to ensure that it conforms with regulations introduced by the beach censors.
“the length of my bathing suit”, acylic on canvas, 60″ x 48″
Inspired by the news and my fear of flying. Traveling is amazing, it’s just too bad the airline companies make you feel like merchandise instead of human beings.
“alice flying”, acrylic on canvas, 24″ x 36″
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IN THE NEWS
“Bearing Witness,” organized by the Central Massachusetts Chapter of The Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA)
ADVENTUROUS ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST LEADS GROUP OF CENTRAL MASS. ARTISTS IN FALL SHOW AT GALLERY SITKA Mia Scheffey creates a picture by intuition. She has no finished image in mind when she begins to paint. She does not simply execute a preconceived idea, following...
MISSION & PURPOSE
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.
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