NCWCA WELCOMES YOU
The Northern California Women's Caucus for Art (NCWCA) is a networking organization for women in the arts. We offer a broad range of events and programs: member forums, exhibitions, art-making, art activism and community.
2021 Board Retreat Participants
Top Row L to R: Namita Paul, Sawyer Rose, Priscilla Otani.
Second Row L to R: Durba Sen, Elizabeth Addison, Rachel Tirosh.
Third Row L to R: Tanya Augsburg, Sandra Yagi, Marguerite Elliot.
Fourth Row L to R: Angela Han, Bianca Lago, Theresa Giammattei.
Bottom Row L to R: Linda Joy Kattwinkel, Laura Abrams, Chandrika Marla.
YWC CONTAINMENT EXHIBITION
Arc Project Gallery
1246 Folsom St
July 10 - Aug 7
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 10th, 7-9PM
Zoom Artist Talks July 15th, 5-6PM and July 22nd, 5-6PM
More info here
WCA TECH WORKSHOPS
National WCA is offering two free tech workshops for all of its members, including NCWCA! For more information, go here!
27 Black Women in the Arts:
Join NCWCA today and enjoy member benefits that last through December 31, 2021. CLICK HERE
JOIN US ON TUESDAY, JULY 13 FROM 6:00 - 9:00 PM VIA ZOOM! MEMBERS WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL WITH A ZOOM INVITATION
Board Meeting Agenda:
Hello Copyright Part Two: What Every Artist Needs to Know About Protecting Copyrights
by Linda Joy Kattwinkel
In this Zoom presentation, artist and arts attorney Linda Joy Kattwinkel will give a short talk about protecting and enforcing your copyrights in your work. She will explain the difference between copyright ownership and copyright registration, and why it’s important to know when and how to register your copyrights. She will also discuss strategies for what to do when you discover that your work has been copied. There will be a lot of time for questions, including questions you may have about infringement standards from her last presentation, or anything else you want to know about intellectual property law.
Linda Joy Kattwinkel received her BFA cum laude in Communication Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1975. In 1978 she moved to Los Angeles to study feminist art-making with Sheila de Bretteville, Arlene Raven, and others at the Women’s Building, where she also taught in the Summer Art Program. After a 13-year career as an illustrator and graphic artist, she was inspired to devote her artistic energies to continued exploration of personal artwork, and to go to law school. She received her J.D. cum laude from Hastings College of the Law in 1991. As a member of the law firm Owen, Wickersham & Erickson, Linda Joy’s law practice focuses on copyright, trademark and arts law on behalf of designers and visual artists. She speaks and writes frequently on such issues, including the online column Legalities for visual artists. https://www.owe.com/resources/legalities/. She continues to create personal artwork at her studio in San Francisco.
2021 NCWCA GOALS
THESE ART TAG ROUNDS ARE IN PLAY
Global Group: Black & White
Saturday Group: Scapes
Sunday Group: Pieces Fragments
What Is Art Tag?
JUNE EXHIBITIONS BY NCWCA MEMBERS
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Your donations make a wide range of exhibitions, professional development programs and special events such as Bay Area Art Stars possible. Thank you for your generosity!
WE APPRECIATE OUR DONORS
Elizabeth Addison , Ann Marie Carleton, Sylvia Chesson, Gina Chiao, Marguerite Elliot, Tracy Ferron, Kathy Fujii-Oka, J. Ruth Gendler, Kelly Hammargren, Melissa Harmon, Marge Healy, Hilla Hueber, Kay Kang, Linda Joy Kattwinkel, Karen LeCocq, Elaine Louie, Chandrika Marla, Elise Marshall, Priscilla Otani, Miriam Owen, Cecile Picard, Pamela Pitt, Laurie Rich, Sawyer Rose, Sally Ruddy, Judy Shintani, Irma Velasquez, Caskey Weston, Tamara White and Sandra Yagi
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