In 1989, Flo had co-founded the San Francisco-based Asian American Women Artist Association (AAWAA) after attending the February conference of WCA in San Francisco. At the end of the conference, she was invited by Moira Roth, Trefethen Professor of Art History at Mills College, to a meeting of prominent women artists-of-color who had attended the conference, including Jaune Quick-To-See-Smith and Gail Tremblay among others.
Friend or Foe? Access, Art and the Perfunctory Nature of Artificial Intelligence on Creative Process
Friend or Foe? Access, Art and the Perfunctory Nature of Artificial Intelligence on Creative Process Written By: Chiara Atoyebi Featured Image : AI-Generated Portrait of Me from Lensa, 2022 Last year marked the 50th anniversary for the National Women’s Caucus for Art...
WCA Member Allicette Torres launches an alternative gallery space Revolú Gallery with the inaugural exhibition Nebula.Protologo: Language Shifting Through Time and Space
Margo Hobbs, PhD is a feminist art historian and past WCA President (2018-20). Our interview is part of the WCA Leadership Project in honor of the organization’s fiftieth anniversary. In our conversation Dr. Hobbs shares her memories and experiences about her work and WCA.
Mary D. Garrard interviewed by Margo Hobbs. Mary D. Garrard was the second president of WCA from 1974 to 1976. She is an art historian specializing in Italian Renaissance and Baroque art, who earned her Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins, her MA at Harvard, and her BA at Newcomb College. She is an expert on the work of Artemisia Gentileschi and has written four books on the painter; the most recent is Artemisia Gentileschi and Feminism in Early Modern Europe (Reaktion Books, 2020).
WCA 50th Anniversary Interviews: Linda Vallejo Linda Vallejo Visualizing what it means to be a person of color... By Marianne McGrath What an honor to interview artist Linda Vallejo! This interview is part of a series of interviews organized by the WCA Art Writers...
Dr. Barbara Wolanin interviewed by Patti Jordan. Dr. Wolanin joined the Women’s Caucus for Art back in 1978, only a few years after its founding in 1972. Since then, she has been quite active in WCA’s Washington DC chapter and has served on WCA’s National board as Southeast Regional Vice President. She was also Vice President for Chapter Relations from 1998 to 2010 and President of WCA’s DC chapter from 1998 to 2001.
My first interview in this series is with Ann Sutherland Harris – she was the first president of the Women’s Caucus for Art and a founding member. Ann is a scholar, curator, author and activist.
Welcome to the rebooted national WCA blog, Art Insights! Editors Marianne McGrath and Susan Noyes Platt are committed to offering fresh perspectives every month on women working in the arts, in the form of interviews, studio visits, and reflections. We think you’ll enjoy it and hope you’ll visit regularly. If you have an idea for a post, Marianne and Susan welcome your contributions.