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REPOST W Artist, mother, activist, and historian Faith Ringgold passed away yesterday at the age of 93. Her quote— “I wanted my painting to express this moment I knew was history. I wanted to give my woman's point of view to this period.” —inspired @wcadcorg’s national juried exhibition PIVOTAL last year.

Ringgold was an activist during much of her life, participating in several feminist and anti-racist organizations. Within the Women’s Caucus for Art are several special interest causes including the Women of Color caucus and the Young Women's Caucus.
After being appointed to Vice President of Minority Affairs by WCA President Ofelia Garcia in 1986, Ringgold proposed the formation of a women of color caucus. It was within this context that "Coast to Coast: A Women of Color National Artist’s Book Project" was created. In 1988, the first stop for the exhibition was presented as part of the Women’s Caucus for Art National Conference in Houston.

In 1994, Ringgold received the Women's Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award. Her connection to WCA and inspiration to women artists is enduring and we will continue to celebrate her life and work.

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REPOST W  Artist, mother, activist, and historian Faith Ringgold passed away yesterday at the age of 93. Her quote— “I wanted my painting to express this moment I knew was history. I wanted to give my womans point of view to this period.” —inspired @wcadcorg’s national juried exhibition PIVOTAL last year. 

Ringgold was an activist during much of her life, participating in several feminist and anti-racist organizations. Within the Women’s Caucus for Art are several special interest causes including the Women of Color caucus and the Young Womens Caucus. 
After being appointed to Vice President of Minority Affairs by WCA President Ofelia Garcia in 1986, Ringgold proposed the formation of a women of color caucus. It was within this context that Coast to Coast: A Women of Color National Artist’s Book Project was created. In 1988, the first stop for the exhibition was presented as part of the Women’s Caucus for Art National Conference in Houston. 

In 1994, Ringgold received the Womens Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Award. Her connection to WCA and inspiration to women artists is enduring and we will continue to celebrate her life and work. 

#faithringgold

Earth Day 2024: Exploring Ecological Art
A WCA Eco-Art Caucus Program
with Danielle Eubank: painter, expedition artist and climate activist
Saturday, April 13 1-2:30 Eastern / 12 Central / 11 Mountain / 10 Pacific

Free for WCA Members (Email with link will be sent to all members)
$20 Non-members (Register at buff.ly/3e981CC )

Let’s celebrate Earth Day 2024! What does ecological art mean for you?

Artist and climate activist Danielle Eubank will give a visual presentation and lead a discussion on ecological art as a genre and discuss our role as activist artists on climate change. Following Danielle’s presentation, participants will meet in small breakout groups and reconvene for a short collective conversation.

BIO: Danielle Eubank
Danielle Eubank explores the relationship between abstraction and realism through painting water. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Danielle created One Artist Five Oceans, a 20-year project where she sailed and painted the waters of every ocean on Earth to raise climate awareness. Eubank is currently painting some of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States, including the Gowanus Canal, NY (a superfund site), and the San Francisco Bay, CA (multiple superfund sites), in order to heighten awareness of the urgency for redress and protection of these waters in our neighborhoods. Eubank has been the Expedition Artist for multiple expeditions on recreations of ancient sail boats. She was a 2018 Creative Climate Award nominee and the awardee of the WCA/United Nations Program Honor Roll Award for 2019. buff.ly/3xnScl1
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Earth Day 2024: Exploring Ecological Art
A WCA Eco-Art Caucus Program
with Danielle Eubank: painter, expedition artist and climate activist
Saturday, April 13 1-2:30 Eastern / 12 Central / 11 Mountain / 10 Pacific

Free for WCA Members (Email with link will be sent to all members)
$20 Non-members (Register at https://buff.ly/3e981CC )

Let’s celebrate Earth Day 2024! What does ecological art mean for you? 

Artist and climate activist Danielle Eubank will give a visual presentation and lead a discussion on ecological art  as a genre and discuss our role as activist artists on climate change. Following Danielle’s presentation, participants will meet in small breakout groups and reconvene for a short collective conversation. 

BIO: Danielle Eubank
Danielle Eubank explores the relationship between abstraction and realism through painting water. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Danielle created One Artist Five Oceans, a 20-year project where she sailed and painted the waters of every ocean on Earth to raise climate awareness. Eubank is currently painting some of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States, including the Gowanus Canal, NY (a superfund site), and the San Francisco Bay, CA (multiple superfund sites), in order to heighten awareness of the urgency for redress and protection of these waters in our neighborhoods. Eubank has been the Expedition Artist for multiple expeditions on recreations of ancient sail boats. She was a 2018 Creative Climate Award nominee and the awardee of the WCA/United Nations Program Honor Roll Award for 2019.  https://buff.ly/3xnScl1

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Earth Day 2024: Exploring Ecological Art
A WCA Eco-Art Caucus Program
with Danielle Eubank: painter, expedition artist and climate activist
Saturday, April 13 1-2:30 Eastern / 12 Central / 11 Mountain / 10 Pacific

Free for WCA Members (Email with link will be sent to all members)
$20 Non-members (Register at buff.ly/3e981CC )

Let’s celebrate Earth Day 2024! What does ecological art mean for you?

Artist and climate activist Danielle Eubank will give a visual presentation and lead a discussion on ecological art as a genre and discuss our role as activist artists on climate change. Following Danielle’s presentation, participants will meet in small breakout groups and reconvene for a short collective conversation.

BIO: Danielle Eubank
Danielle Eubank explores the relationship between abstraction and realism through painting water. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Danielle created One Artist Five Oceans, a 20-year project where she sailed and painted the waters of every ocean on Earth to raise climate awareness. Eubank is currently painting some of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States, including the Gowanus Canal, NY (a superfund site), and the San Francisco Bay, CA (multiple superfund sites), in order to heighten awareness of the urgency for redress and protection of these waters in our neighborhoods. Eubank has been the Expedition Artist for multiple expeditions on recreations of ancient sail boats. She was a 2018 Creative Climate Award nominee and the awardee of the WCA/United Nations Program Honor Roll Award for 2019. buff.ly/3xnScl1
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Earth Day 2024: Exploring Ecological Art
A WCA Eco-Art Caucus Program
with Danielle Eubank: painter, expedition artist and climate activist
Saturday, April 13 1-2:30 Eastern / 12 Central / 11 Mountain / 10 Pacific

Free for WCA Members (Email with link will be sent to all members)
$20 Non-members (Register at https://buff.ly/3e981CC )

Let’s celebrate Earth Day 2024! What does ecological art mean for you? 

Artist and climate activist Danielle Eubank will give a visual presentation and lead a discussion on ecological art  as a genre and discuss our role as activist artists on climate change. Following Danielle’s presentation, participants will meet in small breakout groups and reconvene for a short collective conversation. 

BIO: Danielle Eubank
Danielle Eubank explores the relationship between abstraction and realism through painting water. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Danielle created One Artist Five Oceans, a 20-year project where she sailed and painted the waters of every ocean on Earth to raise climate awareness. Eubank is currently painting some of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States, including the Gowanus Canal, NY (a superfund site), and the San Francisco Bay, CA (multiple superfund sites), in order to heighten awareness of the urgency for redress and protection of these waters in our neighborhoods. Eubank has been the Expedition Artist for multiple expeditions on recreations of ancient sail boats. She was a 2018 Creative Climate Award nominee and the awardee of the WCA/United Nations Program Honor Roll Award for 2019.  https://buff.ly/3xnScl1

Earth Day 2024: Exploring Ecological Art
A WCA Eco-Art Caucus Program
with Danielle Eubank: painter, expedition artist and climate activist
Saturday, April 13 1-2:30 Eastern / 12 Central / 11 Mountain / 10 Pacific

Free for WCA Members (Email with link will be sent to all members)
$20 Non-members (Register at buff.ly/3e981CC )

Let’s celebrate Earth Day 2024! What does ecological art mean for you?

Artist and climate activist Danielle Eubank will give a visual presentation and lead a discussion on ecological art as a genre and discuss our role as activist artists on climate change. Following Danielle’s presentation, participants will meet in small breakout groups and reconvene for a short collective conversation.

BIO: Danielle Eubank
Danielle Eubank explores the relationship between abstraction and realism through painting water. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Danielle created One Artist Five Oceans, a 20-year project where she sailed and painted the waters of every ocean on Earth to raise climate awareness. Eubank is currently painting some of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States, including the Gowanus Canal, NY (a superfund site), and the San Francisco Bay, CA (multiple superfund sites), in order to heighten awareness of the urgency for redress and protection of these waters in our neighborhoods. Eubank has been the Expedition Artist for multiple expeditions on recreations of ancient sail boats. She was a 2018 Creative Climate Award nominee and the awardee of the WCA/United Nations Program Honor Roll Award for 2019. buff.ly/3xnScl1
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Earth Day 2024: Exploring Ecological Art
A WCA Eco-Art Caucus Program
with Danielle Eubank: painter, expedition artist and climate activist
Saturday, April 13 1-2:30 Eastern / 12 Central / 11 Mountain / 10 Pacific

Free for WCA Members (Email with link will be sent to all members)
$20 Non-members (Register at https://buff.ly/3e981CC )

Let’s celebrate Earth Day 2024! What does ecological art mean for you? 

Artist and climate activist Danielle Eubank will give a visual presentation and lead a discussion on ecological art  as a genre and discuss our role as activist artists on climate change. Following Danielle’s presentation, participants will meet in small breakout groups and reconvene for a short collective conversation. 

BIO: Danielle Eubank
Danielle Eubank explores the relationship between abstraction and realism through painting water. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Danielle created One Artist Five Oceans, a 20-year project where she sailed and painted the waters of every ocean on Earth to raise climate awareness. Eubank is currently painting some of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States, including the Gowanus Canal, NY (a superfund site), and the San Francisco Bay, CA (multiple superfund sites), in order to heighten awareness of the urgency for redress and protection of these waters in our neighborhoods. Eubank has been the Expedition Artist for multiple expeditions on recreations of ancient sail boats. She was a 2018 Creative Climate Award nominee and the awardee of the WCA/United Nations Program Honor Roll Award for 2019.  https://buff.ly/3xnScl1

Earth Day 2024: Exploring Ecological Art
A WCA Eco-Art Caucus Program
with Danielle Eubank: painter, expedition artist and climate activist
Saturday, April 13 1-2:30 Eastern / 12 Central / 11 Mountain / 10 Pacific

Free for WCA Members (Email with link will be sent to all members)
$20 Non-members (Register at buff.ly/3e981CC )

Let’s celebrate Earth Day 2024! What does ecological art mean for you?

Artist and climate activist Danielle Eubank will give a visual presentation and lead a discussion on ecological art as a genre and discuss our role as activist artists on climate change. Following Danielle’s presentation, participants will meet in small breakout groups and reconvene for a short collective conversation.

BIO: Danielle Eubank
Danielle Eubank explores the relationship between abstraction and realism through painting water. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Danielle created One Artist Five Oceans, a 20-year project where she sailed and painted the waters of every ocean on Earth to raise climate awareness. Eubank is currently painting some of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States, including the Gowanus Canal, NY (a superfund site), and the San Francisco Bay, CA (multiple superfund sites), in order to heighten awareness of the urgency for redress and protection of these waters in our neighborhoods. Eubank has been the Expedition Artist for multiple expeditions on recreations of ancient sail boats. She was a 2018 Creative Climate Award nominee and the awardee of the WCA/United Nations Program Honor Roll Award for 2019. buff.ly/3xnScl1
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Earth Day 2024: Exploring Ecological Art
A WCA Eco-Art Caucus Program
with Danielle Eubank: painter, expedition artist and climate activist
Saturday, April 13 1-2:30 Eastern / 12 Central / 11 Mountain / 10 Pacific

Free for WCA Members (Email with link will be sent to all members)
$20 Non-members (Register at https://buff.ly/3e981CC )

Let’s celebrate Earth Day 2024! What does ecological art mean for you? 

Artist and climate activist Danielle Eubank will give a visual presentation and lead a discussion on ecological art  as a genre and discuss our role as activist artists on climate change. Following Danielle’s presentation, participants will meet in small breakout groups and reconvene for a short collective conversation. 

BIO: Danielle Eubank
Danielle Eubank explores the relationship between abstraction and realism through painting water. She is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Danielle created One Artist Five Oceans, a 20-year project where she sailed and painted the waters of every ocean on Earth to raise climate awareness. Eubank is currently painting some of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States, including the Gowanus Canal, NY (a superfund site), and the San Francisco Bay, CA (multiple superfund sites), in order to heighten awareness of the urgency for redress and protection of these waters in our neighborhoods. Eubank has been the Expedition Artist for multiple expeditions on recreations of ancient sail boats. She was a 2018 Creative Climate Award nominee and the awardee of the WCA/United Nations Program Honor Roll Award for 2019.  https://buff.ly/3xnScl1
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