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  • Title: WCA Lifetime Achievement Award
    Descriptive info: Purchase Tickets.. 2014 Lifetime Achievement Awards.. WOMEN’S CAUCUS FOR ART.. announces the 2014 Awards Recipients.. The Women s Caucus for Art is delighted to announce the 2014 recipients for the Lifetime Achievement Awards:.. Phyllis Bramson, Harmony Hammond, Adrian Piper,.. and.. Faith Wilding.. and and the 2014 President's Art Activism Awardees:.. Janice Nesser-Chu.. and.. Hye-seong Tak Lee.. Please join us for the Awards celebration on Saturday, February 15, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois.. The celebration will be held during the annual Women’s Caucus for Art and College Art Association conferences.. The awards ceremony, open free of charge to the public, will take place from 6:00 -7:30pm followed by a ticketed Gala from 8:00-10:00 pm at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E.. Chicago Ave, Chicago.. The ticketed Gala will include a walk-around gourmet dinner, open bar, and the opportunity to congratulate the awardees.. 2014 WCA Lifetime Award Recipients.. Phyllis Bramson.. is an artist and educator.. Her recent works use folly and innuendo as narrative tactics to embody exaggerated fictions about love.. Infused with amusing anecdotes about life’s imperfections, her sensuous paintings are miniaturized schemes meandering between love, desire, pleasure, tragedy and cosmic disorder.. She received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and taught for 22 years at the University of Illinois, Chicago, where she is now professor emerita.. Since 2007, she has advised MFA students at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.. Bramson is a recipient of numerous awards and grants including National Endowments, a Fulbright Scholarship, Louis Comfort Tiffany Grant, Guggenheim Fellowship, Rockefeller Foundation Grant, and Anonymous Was A Woman Award.. Bramson has had over 30 solo exhibitions in institutions such as the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, Cultural Center of Chicago, Boulder Art Museum, the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, and the Art Museum of West Virginia University.. Her works have been included in group exhibitions at the Seattle Art Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Smart Museum, Renwick Museum, Corcoran Museum, and Aspen Art Museum.. In 2013, Bramson will have solo exhibitions at Zolla/Lieberman Gallery in Chicago and at Littlejohn Contemporary in New York City.. Bramson was selected for the Annual Distinguished Artist interviews during the College Art Associations Annual Conference in Chicago in 2010, and in 2012 she received the Distinguished Artist of the Year/Chicago from The Union League Club of Chicago.. Bramson is represented by: Zolla/Lieberman Gallery; Printworks, Chicago; Philip Slein Gallery, St Louis; and Littlejohn Contemporary, New York.. Harmony Hammond.. is an artist, writer and educator.. Hammond was a leading figure in the feminist art movement in New York in the early 1970s, co-founding A.. I.. R.. , the first women’s cooperative art gallery in New York, and the journal,.. Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art Politics.. Her earliest feminist work combined gender politics with post-minimal concerns of materials and process, frequently occupying a space between painting and sculpture.. Since 1984, Hammond has lived and worked in northern New Mexico.. She taught at the University of Arizona, Tucson from 1998–2006.. Hammond’s artwork has been exhibited in national and international venues including the New Museum, Brooklyn Museum, MoMA PS1, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Walker Art Center, American Center in Paris, and the Neue Galerie in Graz, Germany.. Her artwork was featured in the major exhibitions.. High Times, Hard Times: New York Painting 1967–1975.. WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution.. and is in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Walker Art Center, Brooklyn Museum, National Museum of Women in the Arts, and Art Institute of Chicago.. She has received fellowships from the Guggenheim, Joan Mitchell, Pollock–Krasner, Esther and Adolph Gottlieb and Art Matters Foundations; the New York State Council on the Arts; and the National Endowment for the Arts.. Hammond’s book,.. Wrappings: Essays on Feminism, Art and the Martial Arts.. is a seminal publication on 1970s feminist art and her book.. Lesbian Art in America: A Contemporary History.. received a Lambda Literary Award.. In 2013, Hammond was honored with The College Art Association Distinguished Feminist Award.. Hammond is represented by Alexander Gray Associates in New York City.. Adrian Margaret Smith  ...   Arts and key contributor to the Womanhouse exhibition with “Crocheted Environment” and her “Waiting” performance.. Her work with the feminist art movement in Southern California was chronicled initially in her book, By Our Own Hands, and later in The Power of Feminist Art, edited by Norma Broude and Mary Garrard.. Wilding's work addresses the recombinant and distributed biotech body in various 2D media, audio, video, digital media, installations, and performances.. Her artwork has been featured in major feminist exhibitions including WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution; Sexual Politics; Division of Labor: Women’s Work in Contemporary Art; and re.. act Feminism.. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, including the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid; Centre for Contemporary Art in Glasgow; MoMA PS1 and the Bronx Museum of Art in New York; Museum of Contemporary Art and Armand Hammer Museum in Los Angeles; UC Riverside Museum of Art; the Singapore Art Museum; and many others.. Wilding co-founded and collaborates with subRosa, a cyberfeminist cell of cultural producers using BioArt and tactical performance in the public sphere to explore and critique the intersections of information and biotechnologies in women's bodies, lives, and work, and she is the co-editor of Domain Errors! Cyberfeminist Practices! She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, Creative Capital grant, and NEA artist awards.. 2014 President’s Awardees for Art Activism.. is an educator and a mixed media artist who is an activist in the arts community.. Her life’s work is centered on social activism, education, mentorship and promotion of women in the arts.. Nesser-Chu serves on the national board of the Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA) as the Legacy Campaign Director, on the WCA St.. Louis, MO chapter board, and on the board of directors for ArtTable.. She was the WCA President from 2010-12 and has served on the WCA board of directors for over eight years.. She coordinated the 2011 Art Social Justice Conference and sat on the advisory board and steering committee for the 2012 Cross-Cultural Engagement: Building a Diverse and Dynamic Community Conference, both in St.. Louis.. She recently served on the Forums Committee for Art St.. Louis and is a founder and past board member of the Northern Arts Council.. Nesser-Chu is the chair of the Arts Humanities Department and a professor of art at St.. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley.. Prior to accepting the Chair position, she served as the Director of the Galleries and Permanent Collection and Coordinator of the Photography Program.. Nesser-Chu established the Women's History Month (WHM) and World AIDS Day/Quilt display programs on the campus and continues to serve as the coordinator for WHM.. She has a Masters degree in art from Webster University and a BA in journalism with a minor in political science from St.. Mary of the Woods College.. Nesser-Chu has exhibited nationally and internationally for over 20 years and her work is included in many permanent collections.. Hye-Seong Tak Lee.. of Gwangju, South Korea is an artist, curator and lecturer.. While residing in various cities in North America over a ten-year period, she was active in immigrant communities, helping emerging artists enrich their environment through multicultural exhibitions.. Since returning to South Korea, she has worked with expatriate artists to broaden her country’s cultural tolerance and expand the society of artists through events such as art classes, workshops, mural projects, and exhibitions.. Lee is particularly determined to expand the visibility of women artists in Korea, whose accomplishments have been all but ignored because of the country’s focus on other significant democratic issues.. In partnership with the International Caucus of the Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA), she mounted the 2012.. Woman + Body.. exhibition in Seoul and Gwangju, a survey of contemporary sexual personae—female, transgender, and male.. The.. Women + Body.. exhibition raised questions about stereotypes and prejudice, presented diverse points of view, and showcased significant Korean activist women artists spanning several generations, together with WCA activist women artists from across the US.. Lee also participated in panel discussions related to gender policies and lectured on the contributions of women in the arts.. opened the door for strengthening and widening women artists’ networks for both Koreans and Americans.. Lee looks forward to curating more exhibitions with talented women artists from all over the world..

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  • Title: WCA Lifetime Achievement Awards 2014 :: Purchase Tickets
    Descriptive info: 2014 Conference Registration Lifetime Achievement Awards Raffle Tickets.. Join us in Chicago for Balance, WCA s Annual Conference.. ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!.. Registration for Conference Closes Friday February 7 at 11:59 PM EST.. Special Package for WCA Members Only.. __ $275 Package exclusively for WCA Members.. Package includes registration fee, reserved LTA Awards Ceremony and Balance Gala, Spectrum art tour with dinner, Equilibrium art tour with dinner, special interest caucus meetings, and chapter network meeting.. The package does not include the bus to the Gala and Sunday board meeting meals.. You must purchase these tickets separately!.. $.. 0.. 1 : $275.. 2 : $550.. 3 : $825.. 4 : $1100.. 5 : $1375.. 6 : $1650.. 7 : $1925.. 8 : $2200.. 9 : $2475.. 10 : $2750.. 11 : $3025.. 12 : $3300.. A la Carte Prices for WCA Members Only.. __ $35 Conference Registration Fee (All WCA members must pay the registration fee).. Includes registration bag, WCA button, Balance Conference program, entrée to all the special interest caucus meetings, and pass to all WCA conference panels.. 1 : $35.. 2 : $70.. 3 : $105.. 4 : $140.. 5 : $175.. 6 : $210.. 7 : $245.. 8 : $280.. 9 : $315.. 10 : $350.. 11 : $385.. 12 : $420.. __ $145 Gala Ticket at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) following the Lifetime Achievement Awards.. This is a special rate for WCA members and only 1 ticket may be purchased per member at this reduced rate.. Additional tickets may be purchased at the general ticket rate of $165.. Saturday, Feb.. 15, 7:30 - 10 PM.. Catered by Wolfgang Puck Catering, the gala includes open bar, gourmet walk-around dinner, networking, opportunity to congratulate the Awardees, and reserved seating for the Lifetime Achievement Awards ceremony that takes place from 6-7:30pm in the MCA Theater.. 1 : $145.. __ $20 Round trip hired bus to WCA LTA Gala.. 15, 5:00 - 10:00 PM.. Note: if less than 36 people sign up, the bus will be canceled and you will be refunded.. The bus is not included in the Package.. 1 : $20.. 2 : $40.. 3 : $60.. 4 : $80.. 5 : $100.. 6 : $120.. 7 : $140.. 8 : $160.. 9 : $180.. 10 : $200.. 11 : $220.. 12 : $240.. __ $60 Spectrum Tour, Thursday, Feb.. 13, 1:30 - 8:30 PM.. Board a reserved bus at the Essex Hotel and travel to the Korean Cultural Center Gallery in Wheeling, Illinois where you will view the exhibition, The Eyes of the Mother, listen to a panel discussion, and enjoy a reception dinner.. Then the bus will take you to the Robert Morris Gallery in Chicago for the reception of Water: A Universal Human Right exhibit.. The third stop will be at the ARC Gallery where you will enjoy two exhibitions and reception: The WCA Best of 2014 and the Korean feminists Songs for our Muses.. After a great evening of art, you will be dropped off at the Essex Hotel.. 1 : $60.. 2  ...   the gala includes open bar, gourmet walk-around dinner, networking, opportunity to congratulate the Awardees, and reserved seating for the Lifetime Achievement Awards ceremony that takes place from 6-7:30pm in the MCA Theater.. __ $65 Spectrum Tour, Thursday, Feb.. Board a reserved bus at the Essex Hotel and travel to the Korean Cultural Center Gallery in Wheeling, Illinois where you will view the exhibition, The Eyes of the Mother, listen to a panel discussion about the exhibit, and enjoy a reception dinner.. Then the bus will take you to the Robert Morris Gallery in Chicago for the reception of Water: A Universal Human Right.. After a wonderful art-filled evening, you will be dropped off at the Essex Hotel.. 1 : $65.. 2 : $130.. 3 : $195.. 4 : $260.. 5 : $325.. 6 : $390.. 7 : $455.. 8 : $520.. 9 : $585.. 10 : $650.. 11 : $715.. 12 : $780.. __ $55 Equilibrium Tour.. Friday, Feb.. 14, 5:30-9:00 PM Board a reserved bus at the Essex hotel and travel to the Woman Made Gallery, where you will enjoy the reception for the National Juried Show, Equilibrium.. 1 : $55.. 2 : $110.. 3 : $165.. 4 : $220.. 5 : $275.. 6 : $330.. 7 : $385.. 8 : $440.. 9 : $495.. 10 : $550.. 11 : $605.. 12 : $660.. For Board Members Only.. __ $35 Board Meeting Meal (breakfast and lunch).. All board members must purchase this meal ticket separately from the package above.. NO REFUNDS will be issued if you cannot make it to the events!.. Raffle Tickets.. I would like to purchase ticket(s) for the.. 2014 LTA Benefit Raffle.. at.. $15 for 1 ticket or 3 for $30.. (Drawing will be held at the WCA Awards Ceremony, participants need not be present to win).. 1 : $15.. 3 : $30.. 4 : $45.. 6 : $60.. 7 : $75.. 9 : $90.. 10 : $105.. 12 : $120.. Donations.. I wish to make an Unrestricted Donation in the amount of $.. I wish to make a donation to a Program $.. Lifetime Achievement Awards.. Chapter Programs/Development.. Conference Scholarships.. I wish to donate to a Special Interest Caucus $.. Eco-art Caucus.. Jewish Women Artist Network (JWAN).. International Caucus.. Young Women s Caucus (YWC).. Hotel Reservations.. WCA MEMBERS: MAKE HOTEL RESERVATIONS at the Essex Inn, 800 S Michigan Avenue.. The exclusive rate for WCA is $89 plus tax for a double or king and there are only a limited number of rooms available.. To get the hotel link email Karin Luner at info@nationalwca.. org.. Write Essex Inn Link on the email subject line for faster processing.. first.. name.. last.. company.. address.. city.. state.. zip.. country.. day.. phone.. cell.. arrival.. departure.. email.. CLICK --.. Raffle Prizes 2014.. Mary Ellen Croteau.. ,.. Endless Columns 2012-13.. Size: variable (installed floor to ceiling).. Value $1000 (for 3).. maryellencroteau.. net.. Sandra Perlow.. Landfall,.. 2012.. monoprint, gouache, crayon, paper, 18x24.. sandraperlow.. Corinne D.. Peterson.. Retaining Wall I.. 26 x 5 x 4 inches, terra cotta clay, 2000.. Value $950.. cdpeterson..

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  • Title: WCA 2011 Raffle Prizes
    Descriptive info: monoprint, gouache, crayon, paper, 18 x 24 inches.. For more information, download the.. PDF..

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  • Title: WCA Past Honorees
    Descriptive info: Past Honor Awards Recipients.. These awards recognize the contributions made by women who have distinguished themselves by their activism and commitment to the women's movement and the arts.. Selections for the Annual Honor Awards for Lifetime Achievement are among the most important actions the WCA takes to increase the recognition of women's contributions in the visual arts.. Note:.. More catalogues will be added in near future.. New York 2013.. Tina Dunkley, Artis Lane, Susana Torruella Leval, Joan Semmel.. President's Award for Art Activism:.. Leanne Stella.. Catalogue PDF.. Los Angeles 2012.. Whitney Chadwick, Suzanne Lacy, Ferris Olin, Bernice Steinbaum,.. Trinh T.. Minh-ha.. Karen Mary Davalos, Cathy Salser.. This catalogue is WCA's 40th Anniversary edition and contains essays and contributions by past presidents and past honor awards recipients.. New York 2011.. Beverly Buchanan, Diane Burko, Ofelia Garcia, Joan Marter, Carolee Schneemann, Sylvia Sleigh.. Maria Torres.. Chicago 2010.. Tritobia Hayes Benjamin, Mary Jane Jacob, Senga Nengudi, Joyce J.. Scott, Spiderwoman Theater (Lisa Mayo, Gloria Miguel, Muriel Miguel).. President's Award:.. Juane Guzman, Karen Reimer.. Los Angeles 2009.. Maren Hassinger, Ester Hernandez, Joyce Kozloff, Margo Machida,.. Ruth Weisberg.. Catherine Opie, Susan Fisher Sterling.. Catalogue PDF.. Dallas 2008.. Ida Applebroog, Joanna Frueh, Nancy Grossman, Leslie King-Hammond,.. Yolanda López, Lowery Stokes Sims.. Santa Barraza, Joan Davidow, Tey Marianna Nunn.. New York 2007/Awards for Women in the Arts.. Co-hosted wit the CAA Committee on Women in the Arts.. CWA Award Recipients: Ferris Olin, Judith K.. Brodsky.. WCA Recipients: Barbara Chase-Riboud, Wanda Corn, Buffie Johnson,.. Lucy R.. Lippard, Elizabeth Murray.. Connie Butler.. Boston 2006.. Eleanor Antin, Marisol Escobar, Elinor Gadon, Yayoi Kusama.. Maura Reilly.. Atlanta 2005.. Betty Blayton-Taylor, Rosalynn Carter, Mary D.. Garrard, Agnes Martin, Yoko Ono, Ann Sutherland  ...   Mesa-Bains,.. Celia Alvarez Muñoz.. New York City 1994.. Mary Adams, Maria Enriquez de Allen, Beverly Pepper, Faith Ringgold, Rachel Rosenthal.. Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein.. Seattle 1993.. Ruth Asawa, Shifra M.. Goldman, Nancy Graves, Gwen Knight, Agueda Salazar Martinez,.. Emily Waheneka.. Chicago 1992.. Vera Berdich, Paula Gerard, Lucy Lewis, Louise Noun, Margaret Tafoya, Anna Tate.. Washington DC 1991.. Theresa Bernstein, Mildred Constantine, Otellie Loloma, Mine Okubo, Delilah Pierce.. New York City 1990.. Ilse Bing, Elizabeth Layton, Helen Serger, May Stevens, Pablita Velarde.. San Francisco 1989.. Bernarda Bryson Shahn, Margret Craver, Clare Leighton, Betye Saar, Samella Sanders Lewis.. Houston 1988.. Margaret Burroughs, Dorothy Hood, Miriam Schapiro, Edith Standen, Jane Teller.. Boston 1987.. Grace Hartigan, Agnes Mongan, Maud Morgan, Honoré Sharrer, Elizabeth Talford Scott, Beatrice Wood.. Patricia Hills.. New York City 1986.. Nell Blaine, Leonora Carrington, Sue Fuller, Lois Mailou Jones, Dorothy Miller.. Barbara Morgan.. Los Angeles 1985/ Toronto 1984.. Minna Citron, Clyde Connell, Eleanor Raymond, Joyce Treiman, June Wayne, Rachel Wischnitzer.. Philadelphia 1983.. Edna Andrade, Dorothy Dehner, Lotte Jacobi, Ellen Johnson, Stella Kramrisch, Lenore Tawney, Pecolia Warner.. New York City 1982.. Bernice Abbott, Elsie Driggs, Elizabeth Gilmore Holt, Katharine Kuh, Charmion von Wiegand, Claire Zeisler.. San Francisco 1981.. Ruth Bernhard, Adelyn Breeskin, Elizabeth Catlett, Sari Dienes, Claire Falkenstein, Helen Lundeberg.. Washington DC 1980 Alternate Awards.. Bella Abzug, Sonia Johnson, Sister Theresa Kane, Grace Paley, Rosa Parks, Gloria Steinem.. New Orleans 1980.. Anni Albers, Louise Bourgeois, Carolyn Durieux, Ida Kohlmeyer, Lee Krasner.. Washington D.. C.. 1979.. Isabel Bishop, Selma Burke, Alice Neel, Louise Nevelson, Georgia O'Keeffe.. Although there were no Lifetime Achievement Awards given out in1998 and 2000, President's Awards were given to: Charlene Touchette in Toronto 1998, and Bernice Steinbaum in New York 2000..

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  • Title: WCA 2011 Raffle Prizes
    Descriptive info: Sylvia Sleigh Legacy Campaign and Initiative.. The Sylvia Sleigh Legacy Campaign and Initiative, facilitates donations and raises funds to ensure that women s art will be cataloged, collected and preserved in museums and institutions throughout the country.. The Legacy Initiative has six goals:.. • To educate women on the importance of their legacy and cataloging and archiving their work and their papers.. • To facilitate the placement of women s art in museums and permanent collections.. • To publish articles, essays and catalogs on women artists.. • To continue to cultivate and grow current WCA s programs that focus on legacy.. • To partner with and support other organizations that are working towards the same goals and mission of WCA.. • To procure funding to meet these goals through development of WCA programs on fiscal receivership, sponsorship and planned giving.. This important initiative was made possible by the generous donations of the Estate of the late Sylvia S.. Alloway.. Sylvia Sleigh, an artist and life long advocate for women in the arts, was selected to receive the WCA Lifetime Achievement Awards in 2011, but passed away before receiving the award.. In 2011, the President of WCA, Janice Nesser-Chu, worked closely with the executors of Sleigh s estate, Douglas John and Paula Ewin, to begin to develop and facilitate the Legacy campaign.. The first donation to WCA was Sylvia s piece Turkish Bath.. This funding is the foundation for the campaign and will be the impetus to encourage others to follow in her footsteps.. In partnering with the Women s Caucus for Art, Sylvia s legacy will insure that the work continues, that women are exhibited and written into history.. WCA looks forward to partnering with other donors and arts institutions in expanding its Legacy Campaign and Initiative.. In November 2011, we facilitated a donation of Sylvia Sleigh s piece to the permanent collection of a museum at a women s college in Oakland, California – Mills College.. Lawrence and Susanna Delgado in an Interior.. , 1968, will now be on view to be appreciated and studied by the next generation of women art historian and artists.. The partnership will also allow the WCA to be more philanthropic and aid others in making sure that women s art is recognized and valued.. PHILANTHROPY.. Donations from the Sleigh estate has given WCA the opportunity to help support other non-profits focusing on women and the arts, as well as, build a fund for future initiatives.. In January 2012, the donation of.. Kim Hardiman Nukua, The Divine Woman, 1984.. allowed WCA to support the work of both.. Soho20Gallery.. Masterpiece.. s, a lecture series by Dr.. Janetta Rebold Benton.. And in February, the donation of.. Christine, 1969.. , allowed WCA to support the.. Art For.. Kids.. program administered by the Claremont Rotary who helps various local charities in Claremont, CA.. which is in eastern Los Angeles County.. In April, the donation of.. Demonstration Model at the New School, ND.. helped WCA fund the Sleigh tour.. And in November 2012 the donation of.. Self Portrait with Lipstick.. , 1961 and.. Untitled Still Life.. , 1954 helped WCA support.. A.. Gallery.. , support the WCA 2013 Lifetime Achievement Awards, and continue to build the Legacy Initiative Fund.. EXHIBITIONS and LEGACY.. In the winter of 2011, the Legacy Initiative began to work with the state of Sylvia Sleigh on possibility of an American and European Tour of Sylvia Sleigh s work.. The  ...   30 works including oil pastels and sculpture.. A full color catalog, with essays by Lucy Lippard and Patricia Phagan was produced and is available on the WCA website.. The Legacy Initiative is currently looking for other venues in the Midwest to travel this exhibition.. The initiative is currently working on a 2nd exhibition featuring WCA Lifetime Honoree Howardena Pindell that will open in March 2014.. EDUCATION.. On February 15, 2013, the Women Caucus for Art presented a panel at the College Art Association Conference in New York entitled,.. Building a Legacy for Women Artists.. The panel was moderated by Barbara Wolanin and contained presentations by several prominent women in the art field.. Abstracts included:.. Building a Legacy for Women Artists: Introduction.. Barbara Wolanin.. Women s Caucus for Art.. Curator for the Architect of the Capitol.. Changing the Future: The Women's Caucus for Art and The Feminist Art Project.. Anne Swartz.. Savannah College of Art and Design.. Etched in Memory: Rutgers Institute for Women and Art,.. Feminist Art Activism and Legacy Building at a Public Institution.. Ferris Olin.. Professor Emerita at Rutgers University.. Founding Co-director of the Rutgers Institute for Women and Art.. Making History: Art, Gender and the Women s Museum.. Susan Fisher Sterling.. Alice West Director, National Museum of Women in the Arts.. Women Artists Legacies: Forming Foundations and Documenting Works.. Joan Marter.. Board of Governors Professor of Art History, Rutgers University.. Editor, Woman s Art Journal.. 40 years of Building a Legacy for Women Artists:.. From the Lifetime Achievement Awards to the Sylvia Sleigh Legacy Initiative.. Past President, Women s Caucus for Art, WCA Legacy Campaign Director.. Chair, Art Humanities Department and Professor of Art,.. St.. The WCA is currently working on a video of the panel and a possible publication on this topic.. To listen to the audio of the lecture:.. (Click Refresh Button if player does not show).. For more information on or to be a part of the Legacy Initiative contact.. WCA Legacy Campaign Director 2012-14.. WCA President 2010-12.. janicenesser@nationalwca.. SF Weekly.. recently published an article about Sylvia Sleigh's painting,.. Lawrence and Susanna Delgado.. , which was exhibited during.. Man as Object: Reversing the Gaze.. and afterwards donated to Mills College.. WCA worked with the estate of Sylvia Sleigh to make this happen.. This gift launched WCA's Legacy Initiative, headed by Janice Nesser-Chu, WCA Past President andChair WCA Legacy Initiative.. Body Hair Included: Mills College Gets a Painting by Feminist Artist Sylvia Sleigh.. By Alexis Coe Fri.. , May 4 2012 at 9:30 AM Categories: Art, History, Recent Acquisitions, Visual Art.. The man's exposed ankle in.. Lawrence and Susanna Delagado in an interior (1968).. is more significant than it looks.. Cultural institutions in San Francisco continually search for new acquisitions.. Alexis Coe brings you the most important, often wondrous, sometimes bizarre, and occasionally downright vexing finds each week.. In one painting, a nude man poses as a reclining odalisque, a female slave in an Ottoman seraglio.. In another, a man's bare back meets the viewer as he directs his attention to five male companions.. Sylvia Sleigh (1916-2010) had no problem challenging art history in her paintings, exposing traditional themes as stereotypical at best, and degrading at worst.. Women had too often been painted as objects of desire in humiliating poses, Sleigh once said.. I don't mind the 'desire' part, it's the 'object' part that's not very nice.. More at this link.. http://blogs.. sfweekly.. com/exhibitionist/2012/05/body_hair_included_mills_colle.. php.. Download the full article PDF..

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  • Title: WCA Current Conference
    Descriptive info: Conference Registration.. WCA 2014 Conference Information.. The focus is.. Balance.. at this year s WCA Conference in Chicago.. Our programming creates synergies within WCA with participation from national, chapter, members-at-large, and special interest caucuses; with our affiliates, the College Art Association and The Feminist Art Project (TFAP); and national and international exhibitions.. You will enjoy a balanced menu of panels, exhibitions and receptions at national, chapter, and Korean-sponsored exhibitions.. Motherhood…and the balancing act that women perform to manage family, career and art practice is hot, hot, hot with WCA s panel.. Maternal Body,.. Hye-Seong Tak Lee s.. The Eyes of the Mother,.. TFAP s.. The M Word Day of Panels,.. and College Art Association s.. Balancing Act: Art, Family and Other Distractions.. Come enjoy our offerings—and Chicago—the city in the middle of everything!.. Register Now.. The specially priced.. $240 Earlybird Package.. includes conference registration, Spectrum and Equilibrium tours, Lifetime Achievement Awards Gala, special interest caucus meetings, and chapter network meeting.. The Earlybird Package disappears after January 6, 2014, so register now!.. Click here to register online.. or here to download.. Application Form.. WCA Hotel: Reserve Now!.. To get the hotel link email Karin Luner at.. info@nationalwca.. DOWNLOAD THE COMPLETE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE.. WCA HeadQuarters.. Essex Inn.. 800 S Michigan Avenue.. Conference Schedule.. Wednesday, February 12.. Early Conference Registration.. Essex Inn Lobby, 800 S Michigan Ave.. 5:00 – 7:00 pm.. Thursday, February 13.. 8:30 – 9:00 am.. Conference Welcome.. Priscilla Otani.. Essex Park East Gallery.. 9:00 – 9:15 am.. Half the Sky Art-Making.. Sandra Mueller.. 9:15 – 10:00 am.. Concurrent: CAA Book Table.. Hilton Chicago, 720 S Michigan Ave.. Salon A, Stevens Meeting Center Lower Level.. BOOTH 218.. 9:00 am – 6:00 pm.. Eco-art Caucus Meeting.. Mary Linda Moss.. Essex Park East Gallery.. 10:00 – 12:00 pm.. Book Signing.. Deanna Sirlin.. 12:00 am – 1:00 pm.. Spectrum Bus Tour.. Board Bus at Essex.. 1:30 – 8:30 pm.. 1st Stop:.. Korean Cultural Center 9930 S.. Capitol Drive, Wheeling.. The Eyes of the Mother.. exhibit, panel discussion reception dinner.. 2nd Stop:.. Robert Morris Gallery, 401 S State St.. Water: A Universal Human Right.. Reception.. Chicago chapter-sponsored national juried exhibition reception.. 3rd Stop:.. ARC Gallery, 2156 N Damen Ave.. WCA Best of 2014 Show.. Solidarity Between Generations.. WCA members exhibition and concurrent Korean Feminist Art exhibition.. Friday.. February 14.. Leadership Transition Meeting.. Hilton Lobby Level Continental C.. Priscilla Otani Brenda Oelbaum.. 7:30 – 9:00 am.. International Caucus Meeting.. Sherri Cornett.. 9:00 – 11:00 am.. WCA/CAA Panel |.. The Maternal Body Exposed: Fecundity.. Birth Control,  ...   Halsted St.. Afterglow dinner.. Dine in Chicago s Greektown and enjoy conversations with WCA from all over the country.. Saturday.. Feburary 15.. 9:00 am – 2:30 pm.. Half the Sky Delegate Meet-Up.. 7:30 am – 8:30 am, location TBD.. The Feminist Art Project (TFAP) Panels.. Columbia College Chicago, Stage Two, 618 S.. Michigan Ave.. , 2nd floor.. 9:00-9:10am - Welcome and Introductory Remarks.. Co-organizers: Jennie Klein.. (Associate Professor of Art History, Ohio University);.. Myrel Chernick.. (Independent Artist, Pratt Institute).. 9:10-10:30am -.. Historical Perspectives on Representing the Maternal.. Chair: Denise Amy Baxter.. (University of North Texas).. Heather Belnap Jensen (Brigham Young University), Laura Larson (Ohio University), Paula J.. Birnbaum (University of San Francisco), Andrea Liss (California State University San Marcos).. 10:40am-12:00pm -.. Motherhood and the Exhibitionary Platform: Considering the Implications of Maternity Through the Curatorial Lens.. Chair: Jessica Cochran.. (Columbia College Chicago).. Iris Anna Regan and Rebecca Niederlander (BROODWORK), Bruria Finkel (artist/independent curator), Lucian Gomoll (Wesleyan University), Rebecca Trawick and Denise M.. Johnson (Chaffey College), Laura Schaeffer (Independent Artist/Organizer, Chicago).. 12:40-2:00pm -.. From Sentiment to Sexuality: Revisiting the Maternal Body as Threat.. Chair: Natalie Loveless.. (University of Alberta, Edmonton).. Jess Dobkin (Independent Artist, Toronto), Laura Allred Hurtado (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints), Christen Clifford (SUNY Purchase), Miriam Schaer (Columbia College Chicago), Margaret Morgan (Independent Artist, Los Angeles).. 2:10-3:30pm -.. Mothers/Artists/ Children.. Chair: Rachel Epp Buller.. (Bethel College).. Lynn Somers-Davis (Drew University), Jill Miller (San Francisco Art Institute), Marni Kotak (Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn), Lise Haller Baggesen (Independent Artist, Chicago), Courtney Kessel (The Dairy Barn Arts Center).. 3:40-5:00pm -.. Revisiting M/E/A/N/I/N/G #12 -.. Round Table Discussion.. Sharon Butler (Brown University), Laura Letinsky (University of Chicago), Irene Lusztig (University of California, Santa Cruz), Beverly Naidus (University of Washington, Tacoma), Jennifer Wroblewski (Purchase College School of Art and Design).. For a detailed schedule, visit the.. TFAP.. website.. Lifetime Achievement Awards Ceremony.. Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E Chicago Ave.. *This event is free and open to the public.. 6:00 – 7:30 pm.. 2014 Lifetime Achievement Awardees.. Phyllis Bramson, Harmony Hammond, Adrian Piper, Faith Wilding.. 2014 President s Art Activism Awardees.. Janice Nesser-Chu, Hye-Seong Tak Lee.. Lifetime Achievement Awards Gala.. *This is a ticketed event.. 7:30 – 10:00 pm.. February 16, Sunday.. Chapter Network Meeting.. 9:00 – 12:30 pm.. Ulla Barr.. Cross chapter networking, sharing of best practices, discussion of challenges facing chapters.. February 17, Monday.. WCA Board Meeting.. 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.. WCA board meetings are open to all WCA members.. 4:30 am – 5:00 pm.. President Brenda Oelbaum Welcome..

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    Descriptive info: WCA Past Conferences.. 2012 Los Angeles.. 2011 New York.. 2010 Chicago.. 2009 Los Angeles.. 2008 Dallas.. 2007 New York.. 2006 Boston.. 2005 Atlanta.. 2004 Seattle.. 2003 New York.. 2002 Philadelphia.. 2001 Chicago.. 2000 New York.. 1999 Los Angeles.. 1998 Toronto.. 1997 Philadelphia.. 1994 New York.. WCA 40th Anniversary Conference–.. Momentum.. LOS ANGELES, February 23- 27, 2012.. 2012 marks the 40th anniversary of the WCA.. This is a momentous occasion not only for WCA but also for all women.. For 40 years we have fought to ensure the future of women in the arts.. This is a time to honor our path and look forward to the next 40 years.. WCA members and friends traveled from across the country to Los Angeles February 23- 27 for what was a diverse, exciting and fun celebration that included panels, book signings, speakers, exhibitions, bus tours, workshops, awards and a gala.. For the complete listing of the entire event see the official.. conference program.. Momentum 40th Anniversary Conference.. On Wednesday, WCA kicked off the conference with a preview of the national WCA exhibition Momentum and an artists' panel at Gallery 825.. Thursday was a jam-packed day of panels, performances, networking and exhibitions.. The day began with 40th Anniversary Opening Session at the Kyoto Grand Hotel and Gardens that included a meet and greet for chapter reps and two wonderful panels:.. -.. Hour of Activism: Another Year with the YoungWC.. This event spotlights the YoungWC's year of engaged activism including the Ragdoll Project: Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign, the WCA Art Social Justice Conference, Feminist Tea Party at NYFA, and Hapa Bruthas.. From a Whisper to a Roar: An Intimate Dialogue with California Artists.. The panel format was designed by Suzanne Lacy and stimulated intimate dialogue between the panelists and engaged the audience in a focused and exciting dialogue including topics: Woman, Artist, and Activism, and Community Engagement and Professionalism.. The panel was Moderator: Linda Vallejo.. Panelists included: Margaret Alarcon, Nao Bustamante, Kathy Gallegos, Suzanne Jackson, Felicia Montes, Amitis Motevalli, Noni Olabisi, Patricia Rodriguez, Nancy Uyemura, Diana Shui-iu Wong, and Seeroon Yeretzian.. Caucus meetings and the reception for the JWAN exhibition,.. Song of the Land.. , at Hebrew Union College rounded out the afternoon and early evening.. In the evening, WCA presented its first Media Award to filmmaker and feminist Lynn Hershman Leeson at the Democracy Now Center.. The evening included a special tribute to Leeson given by Art historian Tanya Augsburg, the presentation of the award by WCA President Janice Nesser-Chu and incoming President Elect Brenda Oelbaum and a special viewing of Hershman Lesson's film.. !Women Art Revolution.. After the viewing, attendees were treated to wonderful dessert reception.. Friday featured two thought provoking WCA panels at CAA:.. Multiplicities in Dialogue: From Political Caucus to Engaged Community–Forty Years of WCA: Celebrating History.. Five paired dialogues offering a sampling of contemporary models for innovative artistic engagement inspired and informed by historical feminist perspectives, and.. 40 Years Of WCA— Irregular Experiences: Multigenerational Stories of Feminists in Art.. , moderated by Diane Burko, Artist, WCA 2011 LTA Honoree the panel offered a dialog between pairs of established arts professionals and emerging art professionals whose road to success is being paved through non-traditional paths.. Left to right: Niku Kashef, Ann Sutherland Harris, Muriel Magenta, Susan Kharhoody,.. Diane Burko, Dail Chambers, and Judith Brodsky.. The day concluded with the Momentum bus tour, which includes the In.. Wonderland: Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States.. exhibit at.. LACMA, and the WCA exhibition, Momentum: Celebrating 40 years of WCA Women Artists.. at Gallery 825.. Saturday began with the Chapters' Council Forum in the morning, followed by an afternoon gallery hop shuttle.. The stops included:.. (Judy) Chicago in L.. A.. - the 1970's.. in China town, exhibition, the reception for the Thursday panel.. A Whisper to a Roar.. at Avenue 50 and The Feminist Art Project panels at the Museum of Contemporary Art.. The day culminated in the 33rd annual Lifetime Achievement Awards presentation at the Kyoto Hotel,.. This year, the Women's Caucus for Art honored 8 women who's momentum, embodies the mission of the WCA: Whitney Chadwick, Suzanne Lacy, Ferris Olin, Trinh T.. Minh-ha, and Bernice Steinbaum and President's Art Activism Awardees, Karen Mary Davalos and Cathy Salser.. (Lynn Hershman Leeson was honored in a separate ceremony).. Left to right: Bernice Steinbaum, Ferris Olin, Suzanne Lacy, Trinh T.. MIn-ha,.. Janice Nesser, Cathy Salser, Whitney Chadwick, and Karen Mary Davalos.. After the LTA awardees, WCA members, family, friends were treated to a fabulous night of music, good food and conversation at the Momentum 40th Anniversary Gala held in the beautiful Japanese American National Museum.. The Gala included a walk-around dinner with three food stations, a sushi bar.. an open bar, an opportunity to meet the awardees, networking, silent auction, raffle of wonderful pieces of work donated by the estate of Sylvia Sleigh and Eleanor Dickinson.. and tours of the museum.. The gala also featured the preview of two WCA videos:.. Womens Caucus for Art Herstory 1972-2012.. WCA 40 Years of Art Making - a virtual exhibition of work from current WCA members.. For those who stayed over, Sunday included a wonderful bus tour that focused on four Pacific Standard Time exhibitions including the closing ceremony for.. Doin' It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman's Building.. , Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design.. The conference concluded on Monday with the bi-annual national WCA board meeting at the Kyoto Hotel.. LIVE SPACE: women + art + activism.. NEW YORK, February 10-12, 2011.. LIVE SPACE: art that is happening in the moment and is energetic, stimulating and electric.. LIVE SPACE happened not only all over NEW YORK CITY, but also in cities across the COUNTRY through blogging, tweeting and YouTube.. It included panels, exhibitions and performances, museum and gallery tours and networking and chapter council sessions.. It ran concurrent with the College Art Association Conference at the Hilton Hotel in New York City and the highlight for 2011 - as it is each year — was the WCA Lifetime Achievement Awards.. In 2012, the event returns to Los Angeles for the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of the Women's Caucus for Art.. Conference co- chairs were Linda Gilbert-Schneider, Chapter Director and Janice Nesser-Chu, President.. Live Space special offerings included:.. Thursday Welcome Confab was facilitated by Sandra Mueller.. It included the KISS art project with Suzanne Whittaker, screening of the FEMLINK video, a New York chapter meetup and chapters council overview with Ulla Barr, launch of the Knit In and the Ask Me, I will Tell panel moderated by Yulia Tikhonova and the members of The Brainstormers, For the Birds Collective and Feminist Tea Party groups.. WCA Panel at CAA was standing-room only.. Live Space: Women, Art and Activism, was moderated by C.. M.. Judge with Carolee Schneemann, Elizabeth Streb and Paula Rendino Zaentz as panelists.. The Friday screening of the 7th Annual Video Shorts Festival also drew a strong crowd.. Thursday Gallery Spree opened uptown with Sanctuaries in Time at the Kraft Center for Jewish Life at Columbia/Barnard College and then moved onto to Chelsea for openings of the Control show at Ceres, Young Women's Caucus performances hosted by Bonnie MacAllister at Raandesk Gallery and a TFAP conversation at the Flomenhaft Gallery.. Watch the JWAN video.. Brooklyn Museum of Art Tour Hidden Cities Reception.. Tour began with Catherine Morris, director of the Elizabeth Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art introducing Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party and New Work by Lorna Simpson followed by New Beginnings, the New York WCA exhibit at the Callahan Center, St Francis College.. Then, it was onto Hidden Cities, the 2011 national exhibition at the New Century Artists Gallery in Chelsea featured works by 43 women artists selected by Lisa Phillips, director of the New Museum.. Watch the Hidden City video.. Chapters Council and Young Women's Caucus hosted well-attended meetings on Saturday at the American Folk Art Museum.. Lifetime Achievement Awards honored Beverly Buchanan, Diane Burko, Ofelia Garcia, Joan Marter, Carolee Schneemann and Sylvia Sleigh.. Maria Torres received the 2011 President's Award for Art Activism from Janice Nesser-Chu.. A ticketed gala followed at the American Folk Art Museum.. INSERT LTA video (TK).. Post Conference offerings included.. :.. The Feminist Art Project day of panels organized by Johanna Burton and Julia Bryan-Wilson took place on Saturday at the at the Museum of Arts and Design.. Topics included The Problem of Feminist Form, Institutions and Their Feminist Discontents, The Erotics of Feminism and several conversations with artists.. Rutgers University Sunday Bus Tour co-sponsored by CAA, Rutgers and WCA.. Stops included the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions, the Institute for Women and Art, he Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum and the WCA office at Rutgers.. WCA 2011 Winter Board Meeting took place on Monday, February 14, 2011 at the Kraft Center for Jewish Life.. 2010 CHICAGO CONFERENCE.. The WCA 2010 conference.. 'From the Center'.. took place in Chicago from February 10-15 and ran concurrent with College Art Association's annual meeting.. It was an ‘out of the box’, energizing experience that included thought provoking panels, a welcome reception featuring the premiere viewing of cutting edge selections from our national Video Arts competition, a ‘Centering’ workshop and two bus tours that focused on the emerging and highly touted Chicago art scenes.. For the first time, the Lifetime Achievement Awards events moved out of the usual hotel ballroom to the beautiful landmark Chicago Cultural Center.. The Cultural Center is considered to be ‘one of the most comprehensive art showcases in the United States.. ’ The 4 panel discussions included 3 panels at CAA and a panel at the Beverly Arts Center on the work of the Young WC Caucus.. WCA Panels at the College Art Association (CAA) Conference:.. Investigating the Need for Women's Art Galleries, Exhibitions and Organizations: From Our Center.. Chair: Janice Nesser-Chu, President Elect, WCA Moderator: Melissa H.. Potter, Columbia College Chicago, Interdisciplinary Arts Department  ...   University of East London.. Compassionate Actions: Art Envisions a World without Borders.. Lisa Marie Kaftori, artist, Israel; Joan Giroux, Columbia College, Chicago.. Speaking into the Silence.. Karen Frostig, Lesley University.. Future Minded: On the Resiliency of Feminism in the Arts.. Chair Dena Muller.. 2006 Boston, MA - Digging Deeper To Build New Paradigms.. Conference co-chairs: Kathy Halamka, Karen Frostig and Cynthia Runge.. Exhibitions Chair: Kathy Halamka.. Panel Program Chair: Karen Frostig.. The Boston Conference, tallying 180 attendees, included the following highlights:.. Board meeting and chapters’ council meetings.. Two days of panel programming.. An international festival of video shorts.. Two national and one regional exhibitions: The Kniznick Gallery at the Brandeis University Women Studies Research Center, juried by Raphaela Platow, curator of the Rose Museum at Brandeis University and by Wendy Tarlow Kaplan; Hebrew College, juried by Deborah Davidson; and Mayyim Hayyim, juried by Judi Rotenburg Ross and Abigail Ross Goodman.. An elegant Honoree Banquet and Honoree Award Ceremony at the Sheraton Hotel.. A key-note address by Coco Fusco from Columbia University, who discussed her latest project regarding the use of women in the military.. In addition to these events, conference co-chairs introduced new elements: pre-conference, off-site panels, a formal convocation ceremony; a book table featuring assorted titles by and about panelists and honorees; a 25-hour audio-visual tape documenting the entire conference (a two-hour disk is now on sale on the National and Boston chapter web sites); an open-mic/annual meeting session, soliciting input from WCA members.. The conference also produced five additional exhibitions at various local venues that ran concurrently with the conference, and represented the coordinated efforts of three chapters--Boston, New Hampshire and Central Mass.. The conference coincided with a fortuitous invitation from Cambridge Scholars Press (UK), to publish the conference proceedings.. One year later, we are in the later stages of publishing a new text,.. Blaze: Discourse on Art, Women and Feminism.. , which features 31 essays emanating from the conference panels.. 34TH Annual WCA Conference Highlights DVD.. Just $12 plus shipping! Click this.. link.. to access the order form now!.. Watch the YOU TUBE Video.. com/watch?v=LF8MKw1yvTI.. 2005 Atlanta, GA Gender in Motion.. Chaired by Ann Rowles and hosted by the Atlanta Chapter.. 2004 Seattle, WA.. Chaired by Jennifer Colby and co-sponsored by the Pacific Region to discuss women exploring our place in the art world and art history as well as in connection to land, home, and community.. 2003 New York, NY.. Chaired by Dena Muller and Melissa Wolf.. This conference offered a forum to investigate the current state of the arts, build networks of women in the arts professions, and explore how our history can guide us into the future.. 2002 Philadelphia, PA, Bridging Generations: Painting the Picture.. The thriving WCA Philadelphia Chapter launched a new format conference aimed at attracting a generation of young women actively engaged in the visual arts professions.. The 30th Annual Women's Caucus for Art Conference included two days of panel discussions, a slide share, the Lifetime Achievement Awards and visiting museums and galleries, the conference also featured the unveiling of a mural project designed and painted by Michelle Ortiz, Philadelphia muralist, and organized by members of the Young Women's Caucus for Art of the Philadelphia Chapter, in conjunction with the Mural Arts Program.. 2001 Chicago, IL.. The Chicago Chapter of WCA honored five local women who have contributed to the women's art movement.. Hollis Sigler, Francis Callaway Parks, Arlene Rakonkay, Joyce Neimanas, and Mary Dougherty.. Keynote Speaker Karen Finley presented part of her new piece on women mentoring women written in collaboration with Miriam Shapiro and Gloria Steinem.. Karen Finley was born in Chicago where she attended the Art Institute of Chicago and received her Masters in Fine Arts.. Her work has been shown in the U.. Europe South America, Asia, and Australia.. The Chicago Chapter sponsored a National exhibition held in conjunction with the WCA National Conference.. The exhibition was held at Artemisia Gallery.. An exhibition at Beacon Street Gallery was also featured during the conference.. 2000 New York, NY, INITIATIVES 2000.. Chaired by Janet Luongo.. The keynote speech was given by Howardena Pindell.. The conference included a mix of marketing workshops organized by Sharon Vatsky, and one WCA/CAA joint panel (to rewrite 20th century American art history to include women) with Betsy Damon.. The conference provided an opportunity for attendees to meet, network, and share their slides with each other.. There were wonderful WCA exhibitions.. The Phoenix exhibits were curated by Winn Rae and Naomi Grossman.. Devorah Sperber did extraordinary work organizing ELEMENTS 2000 at seven sites in three boroughs.. The conference provided a venue to continue one of the most important traditions of the WCA - the recognition of women of commitment and achievement through the Annual Lifetime Achievement Awards.. Lowery Sims presented the President's Award to Gallery Director Bernice Steinbaum.. Imna Arroyo presented the Northeast Regional Recognition Award to Susana Torruella Leval, Director of El Museo del Barrio.. The few hundred dollars earned through a letter of appeal will be used to seed the initiatives Scholarships to the conference were provided by the National WCA.. A great success of the conference: women in NYC are meeting to restart the chapter; and we have over thirty new members!.. Conference chair Janet Luongo gives special thanks to C.. M.. Judge, whose personal care of each individual registrant made their stay in New York a warm one.. The hard work of many went into this event including: E.. Margaret Curley Clay, Betsy Damon, Cynthia Millis, Sharon Vatsky, Beatrice Schall, Jiayi Ling, Winn Rae, Devorah Sperber, Naomi Grossman, Imna Arroyo, Mary Bucci McCoy, Jean Towgood, Francia, Virginia Zic, Heidi Bollock, Denise Mumm, Gail Tremblay, Sheila Benedis, Alison Berman, Diana Boehnert, Hilda Demsky, Susan Knight, Linda Gilbert Sneider, Ellen Smith.. 1999 Los Angeles, CA.. Hosted by the WCA Southern California Chapter.. June Wayne gave the opening address, and Coco Fusco was Keynote Speaker.. The conference began with a day of tours and a day of workshops then was followed with two days of panel discussions.. Jean Towgood, a seasoned conference organizer and former national WCA President, and Ada Pullini Brown, then SCWCA President were the Conference Co-chairs.. The hard work of many went into this event including: Betty Brown, Sandra Rowe, Lucy-Blake Elahi, Margaret Lazzari, Janice Deloof, Patricia Lazalde, Anita Miranda, Debra Krall, Diana Hobstetter, Scarlet Chang and Rosalie Friis-Ross.. Scholarships were given to sixteen women for free conference registration, money for airfare, and/or free hotel rooms.. The SCWCA Board created a small endowment fund for the chapter and gave donations to the National WCA and two not-for-profit arts organizations in LA which support women in the arts.. 1998 Toronto, Canada - Crossing Borders: Mapping Boundaries.. The Women's Art Resource Center (WARC) in Toronto, Canada sponsored an international conference in Toronto.. This collaborative event was co-sponsored by The Women's Caucus for Art, (WCA), The Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD), the (CAA) Committee on Women in the Arts, Creative Spirit Center, and the Native Women in the Arts.. 1997 Conference ExhibitionChicago hosted Carving the Forces of Change: Celebrating Women in the Arts, the outstanding 25th Anniversary National Exhibition at Artemesia Gallery, juried by artist Faith Ringgold and organized by the Chicago WCA Chapter.. An array of extraordinary exhibitions hosted by Philadelphia galleries in support of the conference included works by well known artists such as Miriam Schapiro, Winnefred Lutz and Jaune Quick-To-See Smith.. Exhibitions ranged from digital art to the mystical and the conceptual.. 1997 Philadelphia, PA - Carving the Forces of Change: Celebrating Women in the Arts.. Held at the Doubletree Hotel, in Philadelphia, marked the WCA's 25th Anniversary.. A commemorative poster was produced, featuring the image Sonia Delaunay and Me by artist Miriam Schapiro.. A round table discussion, Recalling Our History: Envisioning the Future, was led by visionary pioneers in the WCA.. They highlighted the achievement of many of our early goals, the vitality of our organization, and the enduring capacity of our Statement of Purpose as a guide in forging new roads ahead.. The 1997 National Conference provided an enthusiastic audience and the collaboration of committed art professionals who embraced our mission, highlighting womens' contributions to the arts.. 1996 National Regional Exhibitions, NYC - Beijing and Beyond.. International Traveling Exhibition organized by Carole Kauffman and Beth Racette and supported by WCA members throughout the nation.. Multiplism as a Feminist Strategy Eastern Regional Exhibition, curated by Devorah Sperber, Robin Hill and Jane Engram Allen at the Phoenix Gallery in New York City, and organized by the New York Chapter Celebrating Women in the Arts National Office Inaugural Exhibition organized by Carole Kauffman and Cornilia Muñoz.. 1994 New York, NY - Collective Diversities/New Directions.. The 22nd Annual WCA National Conference, Collective Diversities/New Directions , chaired by Clarissa Sligh, Linda Cunningham and Susan Grabel was held in NYC, February 14-17, 1994, at the St.. Moritz Hotel with evening panels at downtown spaces to reach a broader audience.. The conference was organized around the participation of many different groups and women of many identities working on issues of empowerment, education, communication and healing.. Feminist scholar, bell hooks, led the way with her keynote address.. Local chapter members gave insider tours of restaurants and galleries, culminating in the opening reception of the national juried exhibition, The Women’s Health Show.. The show was chaired by Beth Racette and Carol Goebel and was a mini-conference in itself with video screenings, performances and panels.. The Honor Awards Ceremony and exhibition was held at the Queens Museum of Art for Mary Adams, Maria Enriquez de Allen, Beverly Pepper, Faith Ringgold, Rachel Rosenthal and Charlotte Streifer Rubinstein.. Sharon Vatsky and Jane Farver curated the show which was organized by Janet Goldner, Chapter Honors Chair and Charleen Touchette, National Honors Chair.. With over twenty panels in two days, this whirlwind of a conference was made possible by the hard work of the NYC Chapter members and board committed to and working towards a women's movement connecting all classes, races and generations..

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    Descriptive info: WCA Past Presidents.. About.. Board.. Supporters.. History.. Past Presidents.. Activism.. Affiliates.. Committees.. Presidential Election.. Board Login.. Contact WCA.. Women's Caucus for Art.. P.. O.. Box 1498.. Canal Street Station.. New York, NY 10013-1498.. Tel: 212.. 634.. 0007.. Our Rutgers Office is at.. :.. Women's Caucus for Art.. 191 College Ave.. New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8546.. Tel: 848-932-7457.. WCA Board President.. Priscilla Otani.. 263 Laidley St.. San Francisco, CA 94131.. president@nationalwca.. Staff.. Karin Luner, Director of Operations.. k.. luner@nationalwca.. org..

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  • Title: Shop the WCA
    Descriptive info: No items in cart.. 2014 GALA TICKETS for the Lifetime Achievement Awards | Museum of Contemporary Art.. GALA TICKET includes WCA Lifetime Achievement Awards Ceremony, Museum of Contemporary Art,.. 220 E Chicago Ave, 6:00-7:30 pm, and Gala from 8-10pm.. GALA.. $165.. 00 each, plus $0.. 00 shipping and handling.. Qty:.. Diaspora- JWAN 2013 Exhibition Catalog.. JWAN-13.. $10.. 00 each, plus $3.. Home - space, place, memory | the work of Beverly Buchanan.. This is the first major retrospect of Buchanan's work in the St.. "Home" includes more than 30 works including oil pastels and sculpture.. BEVBUC.. WCA 2013 Lifetime Achievement Awards Catalog.. Recipients: Tina Dunkley, Artis Lane, Susana  ...   Recipient: Juana Guzman and Karen Reimer.. LTA2010.. WCA 2011 Lifetime Achievement Awards Catalog.. Award Recipients: Beverly Buchanan, Diane Burko, Ofelia Garcia, Joan Marter, Carolee Schneemann, and Sylvia Sleigh.. President's Award for Art & Activism Recipient: Maria Torres.. LTA2011.. WCA 2012 Awards Catalog - 40th Anniversary Edition.. Award Recipients: Whitney Chadwick, Suzanne Lacy, Ferris Olin, Bernice Steinbaum, and Trinh T.. Minh-ha.. The catalog features essays by Mary D.. Garrard and Barbara A.. Wolanin.. It also contains a collection of reflections by Award Recipients and Past WCA Presidents.. President's Awards for Art & Activism Recipient:Karen Mary Davalos and Cathy Salser.. A Media Award was presented to Lynn Hershman Leeson.. LTA2012.. $15..

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  • Title: WCA 2011 Raffle Prizes
    Descriptive info: WCA Auction 2014.. IDA APPLEBROOG AUCTION DETAILS.. To bid on the auction, establish a login and password.. WCA Members: you must establish a login and password different from your National WCA login.. Bidding for the Ida Applebroog aquatint will be increased in $100 increments.. The Auction closes on Feb 15th, 2014 and the winner will be announced at the Lifetime Achievement Awards Gala in Chicago.. The winning bidder will be notified and have their credit card deducted for the winning bid amount.. You do not have to be present to win but we invite you to join us at the exciting event in Chicago.. Click here for.. Gala Tickets.. Proceed to Auction Site.. Ida Applebroog.. Vellum Sketches, II.. Sugar-lift aquatint, 20 x 29 inches.. Edition size: 25.. Value $3500.. 00.. About Ida Applebroog.. aquatint was donated to WCA by Ida Applebroog and Diane Villani, of Diane Villani/Editions.. In a February 10, 2012 article in.. Art in America.. , Faye Hirsch writes about the.. Vellum Sketches.. etchings as follows:.. The Sketches are composites of images scanned from [Ida s] sketchbook.. Working with a digital technician, Applebroog overlapped selected scenes…[producing] digital composites as…large, luscious sugar-lift aquatints in turquoise, the ink bleeding slightly along the edges of the lines to produce  ...   Journal on Art and Politics.. In 1981 she showed.. Applebroog: Silent Stagings.. , her first exhibition at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NY, where she continued to show for over 20 years.. In 1991, she joined Women's Action Coalition (WAC).. During the decade of the 1990s, she received multiple honors including the College Art Association Distinguished Art Award for Lifetime Achievement, an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from the New School for Social Research/Parsons School of Design.. She also received a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship in 1998 and her art was the subject of a retrospective at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.. Applebroog’s work is in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Corcoran Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and others.. She was profiled in the PBS documentary “Art 21: Art in the Twenty-first Century” (season 3).. Currently, she is producing a new body of work Photogenetics.. She lives and works in New York.. WCA presented Ida Applebroog with the 2008 Lifetime Achievement Award in Dallas.. She was honored together with Joanna Frueh, Nancy Grossman, Leslie King-Hammond, Yolanda López, and Lowery Stokes Sims.. To read more about Applebroog, download the 2008 LTA Catalog.. here..

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  • Title: Products - WCA Fundraiser
    Descriptive info: Search:.. Login.. You are here:.. Products :: List.. Categories.. Show All Products.. The Current Time is 02:09 pm EST.. Ida Applebroog Print.. Ida Applebroog Vellum Sketches, II Sugar-lift Aquatint 20 x 29 inches Edition size: 25 $3500.. 00.. Minimum Bid.. $2,800.. Current Bid.. Found 1 records.. 1.. Showing.. Results per page.. Powered by.. WebAuction.. Developed by.. Steve Hannah.. using.. Dataface.. Web Lite Solutions Corp.. 2005-2008 All rights reserved..

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