NCWCA Welcomes You
The Northern California Women's Caucus for Art (NCWCA) is a networking organization for women in the arts. We offer exciting events and programs: member forums, exhibitions, art-making, art activism and community.
Join NCWCA and enjoy membership benefits through December 31, 2015. To join,
2015 NCWCA MEMBERS EXHIBITION JUST ANNOUNCED!
“12” celebrates work completed by NCWCA members within the last 12 months. All subjects, styles, media, and practice disciplines will be considered. It is our intention to represent all members who submit entries by the deadline of June 17. Work selected by the curator that does not fit into the parameters of Warehouse 416 will be exhibited through our online gallery and represented in our exhibition catalog. For detailed prospectus and to apply, click here.
Who's Afraid of Feminism?
Congratulations to NCWCA artists in the National WCA exhibition, "Who's Afraid of Feminism?" at the AIR Gallery in Brooklyn, NY! These artists will be exhibited online and their works will be in the catalog:
Laurie Edison, Edith Hillinger (see image left), Judy Johnson-Williams, Kay Kang, Priscilla Otani, and Cristina Velazquez. Exhibition runs Sept 10 - Oct 11 at the new AIR Gallery, 155 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY.
Land Art Day - Bonnie Doon
Members and potential members enjoyed a wonderful day making land art at Leslie Morgan's studio workshop in Bonnie Doon. There were plenty of trees and tools to work with and opportunities for collaboration.
2015 NCWCA Goals
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June 9 Chapter Meeting
Who's Invited? All chapter members and non-members who are curious about NCWCA
When: Tuesday, June 9 from 6-9:30 pm
Where: Judy Johnson-Williams' studio, 347 Lewis St, Oakland (see map below)
Bring: Potluck item or drink
Agenda & Activity
Map to Judy Johson-Williams' Studio, 347 Lewis St, Oakland
Field Trip to Solo Mujeres Show at Mission Cultural Center
Members enjoyed a field trip to the Solo Mujeres exhibition at the SF Mission Cultural Center on May 2 that included luncheon at a nearby Salvadorean restaurant. Judy Shintani's American flag was included in the exhibition.
Alcatraz Field Trip to See Ai Wei Wei Installation