PROGRAMS

January 21 to February 25, 2022

WCA Zoom Presentation & Panel Discussion


NEW RESCHEDULED DATE PENDING FOR EARLY 2022
The changes to the event is to ensure that you and others have time to participate in this important discussion. We are looking at dates outside of the busy holiday season in early 2022 to reschedule. Announcements of the new date will be made via PULSE, Instagram and Facebook well ahead of the event. Thank you!

Echoing the landmark feminist art project Womanhouse, led by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro in 1972, a gathering of a diverse array of 15 Detroit artists used consciousness-raising and collaboration to elevate and celebrate contemporary female perspectives. Open from Sept 19 thru Oct 31 2021, Womxnhouse Detroit offered a unique benchmark 50 years into feminist art answering the questions, What has changed for women? What remains the same?

Co-Curator and WCA member Laura Earle will give a short presentation on Womxnhouse Detroit with an introduction to all 13 artists. The panel discussion that follows will be focused on the women of color who participated in the project. Panelists Asia Hamilton, Olivia Guterson, Dalia Reyes, Amelia Reyes and Sabrina Nelson will talk about being part of a project that was absent of the voices of women of color and discuss how change can happen going forward.

Participating artists are:
Asia Hamilton, Laura Earle, Olivia Guterson, Jessica DeMuro, Sabrina Nelson, Amelia Duran, Leslie Sobel, Erin Gold, Dalia Reyes, Rosa María Zamarrón, Setareh Ghoreishi, Loralei Byatt, Donna Jackson, Melanie Manos

More about Womxnhouse Detroit at https://www.womxnhousedet.com/

Facebook @Womxnhousedetroit
Instagram @womxnhouse_detroit

REGISTER VIA EVENTBRITE (LINK)

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/womxnhouse-detroit-the-art-of-being-female-in-america-today-tickets-200476419367

Book Selection: January 12, 2022
The Heart: Frida Kahlo in Paris by Marc Petitjean

This intimate account offers a new, unexpected understanding of the artist’s work and of the vibrant 1930s surrealist scene.

In 1938, just as she was leaving Mexico for her first solo exhibition in New York, Frida Kahlo was devastated to learn from her husband, Diego Rivera, that he intended to divorce her. This latest blow followed a long series of betrayals, most painful of all his affair with her beloved younger sister, Cristina, in 1934. In early 1939, anxious and adrift, Kahlo traveled from the United States to France—her only trip to Europe, and the beginning of a unique period of her life when she was enjoying success on her own.

WCA Art Book Club

The WCA Art Book Club was formed in partnership with the WCA Colorado Chapter to foster understanding of women in the arts and their contributions. Books are chosen by members and discussed bi-monthly via Zoom. Join us for first our pick for 2022!

The next WCA Book Club meeting is Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at 8 pm EST.

Host: Annette Coleman, Colorado Chapter

Click here to register via WCA Colorado 
https://www.wcaco.org/copy-of-news-events

Note: If you register but do not receive a link before the meeting, please text Annette Coleman at 303-941-8887 and she will send you the link.

A few guidelines–

Mute yourself until called on. Use the chat to pose questions. You don’t have to have read the book. Books chosen should be available in the Public Library, used or available to download. Newer books will be considered when they become available in paperback.

If you are interested in cohosting a meeting, or recommending a book, contact WCA-CO member, Annette Coleman at annettecoleman@yahoo.com or or Laura Morrison at president@nationalwca.org.

Mailing Address

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

Office

Women's Caucus for Art
640 Bartholomew Road–Rm 122A
Piscataway, NJ 08854 

Director of Operations

Karin Luner
k.luner@nationalwca.org
212-634-0007

WCA President

Laura Morrison
president@nationalwca.org