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  • Title: Art by Women - Woman Made Gallery
    Descriptive info: .. 685 N MILWAUKEE AVE.. CHICAGO IL 60642.. TEL: 312 738 0400.. about us.. contact us.. sponsors.. calendar.. exhibitions.. call for art.. workshops.. special events.. online registry.. slide registry.. artisan gallery.. newsletters.. press release.. membership.. member galleries.. women artists.. volunteers.. links.. more.. donate.. sitemap.. home.. Privacy Policy.. Copyright.. 1998-2014.. Woman Made Gallery.. ARTISTS'.. REGISTRY.. Deb.. Flagel.. CALL FOR ART.. +.. REVIEWS.. DONATE.. BLOG.. Woman Made Gallery (WMG) is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization.. Its vision is to ensure the equal placement of women's art in the world.. WMG welcomes the involvement of people of all gender expressions and orientations as artists and participants, members and supporters.. Exhibitions.. Jan.. 17 - Feb.. 27, 2014.. WCA Group Show:.. Equilibrium: Art  ...   News by Email.. Woman Made Gallery is supported in part by grants from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency; a CityArts grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events; the Arts Work Fund for Organizational Development, a donor-advised fund of the Chicago Community Trust; the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation; The Efroymson Family Fund, a CICF Fund; a major anonymous donor; and the generosity of its members and contributors.. Woman Made Gallery, 685 N.. Milwaukee Ave.. , Chicago, IL 60642.. T 312-738-0400.. Hours: Wed.. , Thurs.. , Fri.. 12-7 p.. m.. ; Sat.. , Sun.. 12-4 p.. Closed Mon.. + Tues.. Last Updated.. January 10, 2014.. Web Site Design by.. Galganov..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Call for Art
    Descriptive info: GENERIC FORMS.. DIGITAL FORMS.. Regina.. Noakes.. Art Entry Forms & Applications.. This page is intended to give artists a fast look at our upcoming exhibitions for which applications are required.. Exhibitions are open to women from around the world, unless otherwise noted.. Artists may submit their entry with jpgs or video works by mail to: Woman Made Gallery, 685 N.. , Chicago, IL 60642, or submit their entry with jpgs, including video stills on our website.. Online Art Entries.. JURY RESULTS.. Artists whose work has been selected for a juried exhibition will be listed by name on our:.. What's New Page.. How to Submit for Juried Competitions at WMG.. Artists may submit to any of our group shows with either slides or jpgs by mail or with jpgs on this website.. If you wish to submit by mail, please print out and complete the entry form to mail with your slides or CD.. To print out the entry form, please click on the title of the exhibition/activity you are interested in to download the entry form in pdf Adobe Acrobat format.. The Adobe Acrobat Reader is available for FREE from their web site.. Click here.. if you want to download Adobe Acrobat Reader now.. If you are unable to download the guidelines in pdf format, you may use our generic.. Entry Form.. for any of the listed exhibitions.. Make sure you read the tips & submission.. Guidelines.. You may submit work for exhibitions with jpgs on our website.. Visit the.. to submit for any of our exhibitions listed on this page.. Important:.. While we tried to make our online art entry system as easy as possible, if you have problems because of your computer and/or technical limitations, please email your entry with jpgs with image information and related statement to.. gallery@womanmade.. org.. and we do the work for you.. We'll invoice you for the regular $30.. 00 entry fee after we have completed the entry for you.. How to pay the Entry Fee.. The entry fee for all WMG juried group exhibitions is $30.. You may submit up to three images plus one detail view per image.. You may pay with Credit Card from our.. Secure Page.. Just indicate the title of the WMG exhibition that you wish to enter and complete the form.. This service is especially helpful to all who live outside of the United States where other currencies are used.. If you are using the WMG secure service please indicate in your mailed entry that you have.. prepaid..  ...   new function or form.. This can provide the basis for adaptive evolution and survival.. Mutations can be a single or collective.. This show explores mutations in the context of historical/natural references and its connection to personal, cultural, physical, political or observed ideas of identity.. Mutations can be natural such as variants in plants, animals, and insects.. They can also be a part of our human psychology or cultural that creates a mythos of otherness and transformation.. Mutations of Otherness invites artists to interpret mutations within the concept of multiples and comparatives.. Entries may be mailed with jpgs on a CD or submit your entry with digital files (jpgs) online.. For video entries submit a still image plus link to your video online.. Entry Fee: $30 for images of up to 3 works.. Online Entries.. Submit jpgs of up to three of your works on our website.. Mailed Entries.. Mail a cd with jpg images of up to three of your works, completed entry form, and a $30 entry fee to Woman Made Gallery, 685 N.. Juror:.. Shoshanna Weinberger.. Born in Kingston, Jamaica Shoshanna Weinberger currently lives in Newark, NJ.. Her work has been shown internationally with solo shows including, ‘What Makes My Hottentot So Hot’ (Solos Project House, Newark, NJ, 2012) and ‘Sometimes All of Me is Not Enough’ (Carol Jazzar Contemporary Art, Miami, 2012).. She has been featured in the National Gallery of Jamaica, 2012 Biennial, Kingston, Jamaica and awarded the First Prize in the 34th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Bradley University, Peoria, IL.. Her work has been acquired by public collections: The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ; The Sagamore Collection, Miami; Girls Club Collection, Ft.. Lauderdale, and The Margulies Collection, Miami.. Weinberger was featured in the Nov/Dec 2012 issue of Art Papers and will be included in the upcoming 2013 BIAC Martinique Biennial, French West Indies, in November 2013.. For more information visit.. www.. shoshanna.. info.. Entry Deadline:.. February 12, 2014.. Notifications:.. March 12, 2014.. Other 2014 Juried Exhibitions.. Contained.. July 11 – August 21, 2014.. Entry Deadline: April 16, 2013.. Notification: May 14, 2013.. Juror: TBA.. Texttexttext.. Oil and Water.. November 14 - December 21, 2014.. Entry Deadline: August 13, 2014.. Notification: September 10, 2014.. Exhibitions will be posted here as soon as the guidelines are complete!.. (image top right) 'Africa,' mixed media assemblage, 8.. 5 x 6.. 5 inches by Ursula Kammer-Fox.. (image bottom right) 'Two Heads,' mixed media by Myra Greene.. BECOME A MEMBER.. or.. MAKE A DONATION.. December 15, 2013.. Site Design & Maintenance by..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Poetry & Prose
    Descriptive info: AUCTIONS.. POETRY & PROSE.. Anne.. Taft.. P O E T R Y & P R O S E.. Upcoming Readings and Calls for Poetry.. Reading: Woman Made Gallery Literary Series.. Theme:.. Balance vs.. Imbalance in a Changing World.. Date: Sunday, February 2, 2014 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.. Location: 685 N Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60642.. Curated by Nina Corwin.. Woman Made Gallery’s first art exhibit of the new year is 'Equilibrium: Art for a Changing World'.. The exhibit seeks to explore the tensions, demands and challenges inherent in living in a rapidly changing world: from environment, population, politics to social and cultural trends.. The poetry reading in conjunction with this exhibit, will also explore Balance and Imbalance in the context of change.. Participating readers include Debra Bruce, Anne Gottlieb, Cecele Allen Kraus, Elizabeth McDermott, Ann Shaw, and Jennifer Steele.. All poetry events are organized and hosted by noted writers and poets who are members of Woman Made Gallery.. The current poetry series is curated by.. Nina Corwin.. Poetry events are free and open to the public with light refreshments served.. For questions please contact WMG at.. WMG was part of WBEZ's.. Chicago Amplified.. Series from 2009 to 2012.. WE are grateful to Kurt Heintz, WMG's audio recordist who has documented WMG's poetry events for WBEZ and who has continued to record readings for WMG's archives.. Please visit his websites.. e-poets.. net.. and.. voices.. Submission Guidelines for Woman Made Literary Events.. If you are interested AND available to attend the reading on the date/time specified, send three to four poems IN THE BODY of an e-mail (no attachments) AND a brief bio (150 word max) to gallery@womanmade.. org with Reading Submission (specify theme) in the subject line.. We will contact you if your work is chosen.. If you have not heard from us within three to four weeks of the reading, it is safe to assume that your work has not been selected.. That being said, we will try to respond to you in any case.. If you are not selected, please understand that we are volunteers programming to meet several criteria as best possible, representing the best of a diversity of themes, styles etc.. To that end, we will review the first 15 submissions sent to us, looking further only as needed to reach these ends.. While we would love to pay our readers, please note that we are not able to do so at this time.. Readers are welcome to bring books for sale at the time of the event.. In the meantime, come to our readings.. See what we're doing and support woman in the arts.. Past Readings.. With permission of the poets we have included here some of the poetry that was read at Woman Made Gallery in the past.. Please scroll down to view some of the themes and click on the titles of the poems to read the works.. The photo shows poets who read at the "Myths, SHEroes and Revolutionaries" reading.. Clockwise from left to right: Jenny Priego, Kristen Uyeda, Susan Slaviero, Ching-In Chen, Nina Corwin and Maureen Flannery; artwork behind poets by Constance DeMuth Berg.. Poets Showcase at the Chicago Public Library Poetry Fest - 04/27/2013.. 1.. An Introduction by Woman Made Gallery.. by WMG.. Intermediate Algebra.. by Jennifer Finstrom.. The Last Act.. by Yolanda Nieves.. 16th Annual International Open - 04/07/2013.. An Introduction.. by Woman Made Gallery.. The Given Lines.. by Rita Mae Reese.. The Way I Remember.. by Kelly Davio.. Wolf Cento.. by Simone Muench.. Public/Private - 02/03/2013.. A Beginning in the Voice of Einstein.. by Tyler Mills.. At the Aquarium.. by Shevaun Brannigan.. Lipstick Crosses.. by Carrie McGath.. The Washing.. by Sandra Marchetti.. this time.. by Naomi Buck Palagi.. Words Made to Occupy - 11/11/2012.. The Poem Stays.. by Valerie Wallace.. It's About Time - 09/09/12.. A stitch in time.. by Lynn Pattison.. Four for Tamms C-Max.. by Erika Mikkalo.. The Night of Traveling Stars.. by Ariana Nadia Nash.. The Swing.. by JoAnn Balingit.. The Thing about Days.. by Angela Torres.. samsonite.. by  ...   - 11/14/2010.. Dies Irae.. by Kurt Heintz.. No Cupid.. by Jakob VanLammeren.. Post-Hysterectomy.. The Gay One.. by Anthony Madrid.. These Were Not Born to Be Lovers.. Myths, SHEroes and Revolutionaries - 10/3/2010.. Mi Fida Loca.. by Maureen Tolman Flannery.. Women in Print - 08/01/2010.. What I Don't Understand.. by Lucia Blinn.. Beyond Audubon: Birds, Bees and Bona Fide Beasts - 05/16/2010.. Women's History Month Reading - 03/21/2010.. If.. by Brenda Cardenas.. Woman in Translation.. by Jacquelyn Pope.. While in Class - 01/31/2010.. Orangutan.. by Hao-yuan Lo.. Family Album - 12/13/09.. Mary-Violet Beaulieu.. by Christina Foisy.. Misconception.. by Donna Vorreyer.. Washer Machine.. Womb/Seed/Fruit.. Looking South - 11/8/09.. Writing the Transdiasporic Experience - 10/4/09.. After Forty Days.. Interview with a Mother of Plaza de Mayo,* Argentina.. by Pamela A.. Garvey.. Reflections, 3 A.. M.. by Angela Narciso Torres.. Unveiling the Mind.. by Beatriz Badikian-Gartler.. Her Mark.. 2010 - 8/2/09.. Interactive - 7/12/09.. The Emotional Body - 5/17/09.. Gills.. Growing Another Watermelon.. by Cynthia Gallaher.. Lilac Gardens.. by Sara Parrell.. International Open - 3/15/09.. About Marriage.. Aubade.. by Alice George.. Monarch.. by Elise Paschen.. Icons - 12/07/08.. Deconstructing Dorothy.. by Nina Corwin.. St.. Therese Meets Giuseppina.. at the Bedroom Shrine.. by Donna Pucciani.. the news.. by Erin Teegarden.. Drawing on Experience - 7/20/08.. Boy Crazy.. by Patricia McMillen.. Transported.. by Ellen Wade Beals.. From Sham to Shame - 2/11/07.. Liu Minghe Speaks.. by Francisco Aragon.. Police Dog.. by Paul Martinez Pompa.. The Massa of Mount Misery.. The Torturer's Apprentice.. Truth Incineration.. by Michael Warr.. Her Mark 2004 Release Party & Reading - 10/19/03.. Of fire and rain.. by Natasha Carrizosa.. Sonnet for a Good Mood.. by Allison Joseph.. Documentation - 7/20/03.. For Mom.. by Stephanie Erickson.. Harbinger Doves Filled the Evergreens.. by Lauren R.. Mathews.. Weather Report.. Her Mark 2003 Release Party & Reading - 10/20/02.. Introduction.. Earth / Taste.. by Helen Schneider.. First Kiss.. by Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee.. Polka.. by Gale Czerski.. The Secret Thoughts of an Iraqi Woman.. by Melysha Sargis.. The Political Woman - 9/29/02.. by WMG.. Black Mary.. by Kelly Tsai.. Switch.. by Tara Betts.. untitled.. RHINO 2002 - 9th Annual Member's Show - 8/11/02.. Blue Human.. by Lucy Anderton.. Forgiveness.. To Poem #---5.. by Helen Degen Cohen.. Between the Heart & the Land - Amanecer de Mujeres - 7/14/02.. I Have Been Painting on Leaves.. by Beatriz Badikian.. Intensidad--.. Liviana.. by Johanny Vazquez Paz.. Origins.. by Ixtacc huatl.. The Line.. by Teresa Vazquez.. To the Visitor.. by Elizabeth Marino.. Traveling Light.. by Jennifer Morales.. Autobiographies - 6/9/02.. Breaking Down Walls.. by Sofia (Sofi) Galarza.. I am a woman.. by Lydia Nelson.. The Watcher.. by Patricia Slaughter.. Untitled.. by Norine Baltazar.. Inhabiting the Body - The Invented Figure - 5/5/02.. A child once said.. by Jackie Parker.. A Legacy.. by Helen A.. Quade.. Mile-Thigh Travel.. by Krista Marie Vondras.. Her Mark 2002 Release Party & Reading - 10/21/01.. Grounds for Therapy.. by Mary H.. Ber.. How dolphins find their way.. by Sarah Zale.. Whishing.. by Ellen Beals.. Rhino 2001 - 8th Annual Member's Show - 8/5/01.. Creation.. by Marty Campbell.. Dear Parents, With Love From Earth.. by Lori Williams.. Dress Form.. by Marian Jones.. Omens.. by Lina Chern.. Open to the Light.. by Cecilia Pinto.. Palomino.. by Mary Biddinger.. To History.. by Lauren Beukes.. Woman's Crucifixion.. Deal With It - 6/10/01.. A Poetic Introduction to the Reading on June 10, 2001.. Abortion Stories.. by Anonymous.. Catholic Girl.. Circus Orgasm (An Exquisite Corpse).. by Geiser, O'Banion, Odishoo, Seaton and Sykes.. Hand-cuffing Her Feet.. by Sarah Odishoo.. PIG.. Red berries, red lips, and a cat named No.. by Ginny Sykes.. two hands: white and black.. by Bernadette Geiser.. Beyond the Surface - 4/29/01.. Body Language.. Editor.. Girls.. by Denise Rector.. Hey, Hey, Hallelujah.. by Shelley Miller.. His Words.. by Mars Gamba-Adisa Caulton.. I Sing in the Dark.. by Karen Stockwell.. Rainbow Eyes - A Fable.. by Sharon Klopner-Masters.. Prejudice - 2/11/01.. A Mixed Message.. Chicago Cherry.. Sans Rhyme.. by Lani T.. Montreal.. Sight.. by Lauren M.. Woods.. The Anti-Poem.. by Nicole A.. Patin.. July 21, 2013..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Exhibitions Generic Entry Form & Guidelines
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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Poetry & Prose
    Descriptive info: Phyllis.. Gillie Jaffe.. P O E T R Y P R O S E.. WMG.. 2013.. For over twenty years, Woman Made Gallery has offered stimulating and educational programs with a focus on women artists, performers and writers who share an interest in the interaction of the arts in contemporary culture.. Over the past few years, the poetry series has ventured into the community, with readings at Chicago Public Library and the Poetry Foundation’s  ...   offered a sampling of the diversity of women’s voices, topics and writing styles that can be heard at the gallery.. Featured poets included Yolanda Nieves, Robin Fine, Kelly Norman Ellis and curator Nina Corwin.. In addition, we presented three younger poets from area schools: Nina Li Coomes, Natalie Richardson and Jennifer Finstrom.. Image clockwise: Natalie Richardson, Nina Li Coomes, Robin Fine, Kelly Norman Ellis, Jennifer Finstrom, Yolanda Nieves, and Nina Corwin.. July 21, 2013..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Poetry & Prose
    Descriptive info: Jere.. Van Syoc.. Jennifer Finstrom.. It gives me hope to learn that x.. is like a pronoun, standing for what.. is not yet named.. And that.. an algebraic expression is like.. a clause, part of a sentence.. minus the verb.. The verb.. is a variation on a single idea:.. equal or not equal.. More than.. or equal to.. Less than or equal to.. It is like having to guess a word.. in a sentence, the who or the what,.. more information  ...   around for what it.. will tell me.. It might equal a.. poison dart or a bough of lilacs.. A switchblade or a porcelain cup.. Addition and subtraction.. are aspects of the same thing:.. gift and theft.. This sentence.. cannot be allowed to meander.. and expel its meaning.. What is.. > parenthetical must be dealt.. with first.. Like terms must be.. combined.. To say that zero.. equals zero is saying nothing.. This poem appeared previously in Vol.. 13, No.. 3 of.. Eclectica Magazine..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Poetry & Prose
    Descriptive info: Claudia.. Kleefeld.. We are all prisoners but some of us are in cells with windows and some without.. -Khalil Gibran.. Yolanda Nieves.. I imagine a bridge.. I imagine I sat on that bridge,.. my gaze wandering to a.. blanket of clouds clustering high.. on a mountain where something.. waits.. I imagine I dive off that bridge.. into the river that bleeds cold.. on  ...   I imagine the rocks that will cut.. the soles of my feet as I climb.. that mountain.. and when I reach its.. pinnacle that square space.. of sky greets me; a falcon.. pierces a cloud she.. drops one of her feathers.. at my feet.. I imagine jumping, falling,.. disappearing into.. the murmur of the wind.. whispering as I leave-.. this time I forgive you..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Poetry & Prose
    Descriptive info: Silvana.. LaCreta Ravena.. Woman Made Gallery's 16th annual International Open exhibit spanned both Women's History month and Poetry Month.. While most WMG readings are organized around the theme of the concurrent art exhibit, this reading was an open celebration of women writers.. A survey by VIDA, Women in Literary Arts, examined the publishing record of a number  ...   be widespread throughout the industry.. The readers at this event, Xanath Caraza, Kelly Davio, Marty McConnell, Simone Muench, Amy Newman, and Rita Mae Reese have made their mark on this uneven playing field; they brought us poetry in a variety of styles, voices and themes.. The reading was held during Allison Svoboda's solo exhibition.. June 5, 2013..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Poetry & Prose
    Descriptive info: Catherine.. Wiesener.. from a crown of sonnets based on lines from The Notebooks of Simone Weil.. Rita Mae Reese.. There is the nothingness from which we flee.. & the nothingness toward which we go.. Hell is nothing, God is nothing & we.. are the nothing lost between.. Out of our pain.. we make countries, maps, direction.. She..  ...   swallows circle & drop,.. where boars & bison & roses.. have made an almost home—but no human.. ever comes & none ever will.. All of the empty spaces have the outline.. of someone missing.. Her heart, never still, digs its red hole,.. forcing roots into the absence.. This poem originally appeared in.. Alligator Juniper.. July 8, 2013..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Poetry & Prose
    Descriptive info: Jude.. DiPaolo.. Kelly Davio.. It was my older sister who walked barefoot.. on the balance beam of a creosote-soaked.. railroad tie abandoned in a field, and speared.. the soft flesh between toes.. Tar stuck.. at her heels, never looking down, she kicked.. a rogue sliver pulled clear of the sleeper tie.. and buried a fragment of oak in her skin.. She hid the wound from our mother.. with a loose shoe, knowing prohibitions come.. with bodily records of wrongdoing.. At night.. she dug at her angry skin with a crochet hook,.. oak breaking to small flinders.. I held  ...   hoarse breath.. Decades later, I find a scar on my own.. right foot, between second and third toes.. The raised tissue like a rubber band broken,.. snapped to a curl beneath my skin.. The position.. is an exact fit for a kick at a rail tie,.. the rough mend suggesting a want of stitches,.. suggesting coal grown into the sinews.. after years of my forgetting.. Looking hard,.. I see the ragged edges have striated,.. sprouted spindle leaves like the vagrant foxtails.. growing in fields, fields where I remember only.. watching in fear—never walking a balance.. July 20, 2013..

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  • Title: Woman Made Gallery: Poetry & Prose
    Descriptive info: Judy.. Cooperman.. Simone Muench.. I saw my life a wolf loping along the road—.. a glint of bone, visible & then gone,.. a landscape altered.. Ideas, hair, fingers.. fall & come to naught.. A shirt blows across the field.. A shrug of stars as flowers go out on the sea.. Maybe the whole world is absentminded.. or floating.. The flower the weather.. the room  ...   a long time.. at the edge of a river, unknown, nameless,.. hands groping for the shape of the animal.. Not knowing what all the music had been hiding.. [Anne Carson, Agnes Nemes Nagy, Larry Levis, Charles Olson, Tom Andrews, René Depestre, Jorge Luis Borges, Bert Schierbeek].. First published in.. A Public Space.. Included in the chapbook.. Trace.. forthcoming from Black Lawrence Press.. July 11, 2013..

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