Tuesday, December 4, 2012

DECEMBER 9, 2012

Join us for our annual Holiday Brunch. This year the brunch will be held at Holly Dodge's House, Party Room! Please bring an art inspired dish to share. Friends and family welcome. 

Date: December 9, 2012
Time: 12-2 pm
Location: 5410 Connecticut Ave., apt 314 Party Room
Washington, DC 20015

RSVP Holly Dodge at holly.arts.dc@verizon.net by December 6, 2012
If you would like to volunteer to decorate, set up/cleanup, please let Holly know when you RSVP.

Let's get together, connect with members and celebrate our art filled year!

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

November 20, 2012

Vending Opportunities

Ken from the new DuPont market is looking for additional vendors for the November 24th holiday market. Contact him at 202-460-6633.

Riverdale park holiday market will be Saturday dec. 15Th. - noon until 8 pm - contact Jim Coleman at 301-331-6158 or rpkfarmmkt@gmail.com.

Join us for our annual Holiday Brunch. This year the brunch will be held at Holly Dodge's House, Party Room! Please bring an art inspired dish to share. Friends and family welcome. 

Date: December 9, 2012
Time: 12-2 pm
Location: 5410 Connecticut Ave., apt 314 Party Room
Washington, DC 20015

RSVP Holly Dodge at holly.arts.dc@verizon.net
If you would like to volunteer to decorate, set up/cleanup, please let Holly know when you RSVP.

Let's get together, connect with members and celebrate our art filled year!

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

November 14, 2012

The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making Their World

November 17, 2012 - April 7, 2013

Philadelphia Academy of the Fine Arts, Samuel M.V. Milton Building, 128 N. Broad St.
Opening Reception:

Friday, November 16, 2012, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Free to PAFA Members! Non-Member Tickets $10 advance or $15 at the door (based on availability.

Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women is a collection of close to 500 works of art (including paintings, photographs, drawings, watercolors, pastels, collage, prints, fabric pieces, ceramics, bronze, wood, and sculpture in other media) by over 150 artists. It came to PAFA as a gift in December 2010 from Linda Lee Alter. The gift (its scope, theme, and size) is unprecedented in PAFA’s history. It includes works by artists PAFA did not yet have in its collection such as Louise Bourgeois, Joan Brown, Viola Frey, Ana Mendieta, Christina Ramberg, Kiki Smith, and Beatrice Wood (among others) to complementary works by artists already in the collection including Gertrude Abercrombie, Edna Andrade, Sue Coe, Janet Fish, Sarah McEneaney, Alice Neel, Louise Nevelson, Gladys Nilsson, Elizabeth Osborne, Betye Saar, Nancy Spero, and many others. When Ms. Alter began collecting in the mid-1980s, she realized that despite the monumental efforts of the Women’s’ movement, female artists had far fewer opportunities for visibility than their male counterparts. Ms. Alter decided to work to correct this imbalance, making the conscious decision to assemble a multi-generational collection of art made by women that reveals the stylistic diversity, range of subject matter, and high quality of work being made by female artists.

Opportunity For Artists, Artisans, and Vendors

As you know, we just held the Frankford Fall Music and Arts Fest this past weekend. We had a blast and hope you did too. With your help, we brought St. Mark's to life and drove lots of traffic into the neighborhood. We also collected over 50 can goods that will be donated to St. Mark's meal programs. 

You can check out photos from Thursday's Art Opening and Saturday's Event in this week's edition of Flying Kite: http://flyingkitemedia.com/features/flyingphotofrankfordartsmusic1113.aspx

Also, we'd like to invite you to apply for our next event, the Frankford Holiday Craft Market. We expect up to 40 vendors, live music, holiday treats, and more. The event takes place on Saturday, December 15 from 11AM-4PM. Free admission to the public. Vendors selling products are asked to pay a $15 fee. Those hosting activity tables (no selling) or info tables (community groups/non-profits) will have this fee waived. 

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

November 6, 2012

Join us for our annual Holiday Brunch. This year the brunch will be held at Holly Dodge's House, Party Room! Please bring an art inspired dish to share. Friends and family welcome. 

Date: December 9, 2012
Time: 12-2 pm
Location: 5410 Connecticut Ave., apt 314 Party Room
Washington, DC 20015

RSVP Holly Dodge at holly.arts.dc@verizon.net
If you would like to volunteer to decorate, set up/cleanup, please let Holly know when you RSVP.

Let's get together, connect with members and celebrate our art filled year!

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

October 24, 2012


Bound, National Juried Exhibition at Phoenix Gallery in Chelsea. DEADLINE OCTOBER 28. Show open to all members and non-members.

Diaspora, JWAN Juried Exhibition at New Century Artists' Gallery in Chelsea.DEADLINE NOVEMBER 18. Show open to all members and non-members.


Don't forget to renew your WCA membership for 2013. Invite your friends to join now, to take advantage of up to three months of free membership. Membership is open to all women with an interest in the arts. New applicants become members right away, and their membership lasts through December 31, 2013.


Be an early bird and snag the best rates for the 2013 WCA Conference, Building Community! Registration information will go up on our website,www.nationalwca.org on November 1. Sign up early since some of the offerings have limited capacity!


Saturday, November 3, 4:00pm. 
Saturday Across Genres with Bonnie MacAllister and Jamar Nicholas.
Multi-genre artists unite! Join us for an evening with mix-media artist Bonnie MacAllister, whose dynamic work often fuses painting, photography, slide installations, spoken word, video, and performance, and visual artist and graphic novelist, Jamar Nicholas, illustrator of the award-winning Fist Stick Knife Gun, and author and illustrator of the forthcoming graphic novel collection, Leon: Protector of the Playground. 

Bonnie MacAllister renders moments through a variety of media. Often pieces are multi-genre, fusing painting, photography, slide installations, spoken word, video, and performance. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee, poetry slam champion in the United States and France, and Fulbright-Hays awardee to Ethiopia. Her poetry has been published in Esque, 10,000 Poets for Change/Fieralingue, Grasp (Czech Republic), nth position (UK), and Paper Tiger Media (Australia). She has performed her original writing and plays at New York Foundation for the Arts, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Raandesk Gallery in Chelsea, Adrienne Theater in Philadelphia, and Cat Cat Club in Paris. She recently showed work at the Sandy Spring Museum in MD, the Imperfect Gallery in Germantown, International House Philadelphia, and Holy Family University. Her films were recently screened in the UK and Norway. She will perform an original multimedia piece on November 11 at the First Person Festival in "Philly Reacts." 

Jamar Nicholas is an award-winning Philadelphia-based artist and educator. He has dedicated his career to empowering young people, helping them realize the power of visual narrative. He is a host of COMIC BOOK DINER, a weekly podcast about the comic book industry, as well as a columnist for DRAW! Magazine, the professional How-To magazine for comics and animation.

Friday, November 9, 7:00pm. 
Nor'easter Open. Featuring: Ross Gay and Patrick Rosal. Sponsored by Certain Circuits.
A monthly open mic brought to you by Quincy Scott Jones and Nina Sharma Jones, founders of the Nor’easter Exchange, a floating literary reading series that brings together multicultural writers from the tri-state area to meet, read and collaborate. The Nor’easter Open is held on the second Friday of each month and welcomes two featured readers followed by an open mic. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early (6:45pm) for the open mic to sign up, and allot 3 minutes for your reading.



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In Georgetown

Every year, actors present a reading from the works of Edgar Allan Poe. 
Every year something supernatural happens.

8pm Saturday, October 27
at Grace Church, Georgetown
1041 Wisconsin Ave (south of M Street)
Readings from:


A Horrow d'oeuvre Reception will follow the reading
$10 donation requested
Call 703-271-7770 for more information


Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Due to illness, Brenda will not be at the opening.

Falling Out All Over
Brenda Oelbaum, our next WCA National President, will be at Target Gallery (Torpedo Factory) on Thursday, October 11, 2012, 7:00PM .  Her work is featured in this exhibit.

Exhibition Dates: October 6-28th, 2012
Special Reception: Thursday, October 11th, 6-8pm • Juror Talk at 7pm

Homage is an all-media exhibition featuring work that pays respect or dedication to past influences. The juror was Brooke Seidelmann, director of DC's Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, located in the vibrant U St. corridor and part of the larger community center, Smith Center for Healing & the Arts.

Torpedo Factory 105 N. Union Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
703 838-4565 x4

Monday, October 8, 2012

October 8, 2012

WCA-DC It's that time of year to Renew!

Membership applications can be processed online through the National website, or through our local Chapter. National WCA rates remain unchanged at $40 per year. Members can also apply or renew online by going to http://www.nationalwca.org/applicants/application.php. Mail to Local Chapter: P.O. Box 53125 Washington, D.C.  20009. Application forms will be available on the chapter website (www.wcadc.org)  for you to download. 

Exhibit Opportunities

1. Drexel University, Technically Philly, (PEC) People's Emergency Center, and Flying Kite are putting together an event on Friday, October 12 from 5-9 p.m.  There is still space for tech folks, creatives, entrepreneurs, start ups, crafters, and vendors to join in on a pop up event.   We are inviting you to be an exhibitor in the event.  We will create a pop up party, NeXt, in the space located at 3848-52 Lancaster Avenue (used in 2011 as part of LooK! on Lancaster Avenue).  We are providing several projectors, tables for organizations and vendors,  a playroom where folks can demo their gaming and technology, and space for the exhibition of visual arts.  There is ample space for 3D sculptures and interactive artwork.  All spaces are provided for free for the exhibitors.  We will provide a table for you at the event, and we will include your logo on materials and publicity.  

The party occurs in conjunction with the Second Friday event and the Make Your Mark! Release Party.  The event will be catered.

For more information on the event: http://flyingkite.ticketleap.com/lancaster-avenue/

Please confirm participation with Flying Kite Publisher, Michelle Freeman at mfreeman@flyingkitemedia.com.   Send a 300 DPI picture with your logo or product for publicity. 

Check their website for updates and information: flyingkitemedia.com



Juror: Maria Mijares

Mijares studied fine art, literature and philosophy at New England School of Art in Boston, MA, painting at Art Students League in Woodstock, NY, and earned a BA in Fine Art from Rutgers University.
Her work was awarded two Painting Fellowships from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, Inc.(NY) among other honors.
Her contemporary realist paintings have been exhibited nationally and abroad in museum, university, corporate, and alternative galleries.
Mijares’ four large-scale porcelain enamel onsteel murals, entitled “Between Manhattan and Meadowlands” are installed at Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit System’s Bergenline Avenue Station in Union City, NJ.
She has lectured at museums, schools, hospitals, community, cancer and caregivers’ support groups, and is featured in two books—a textbook “Fearless Creating”  (Dr. Eric Maisel, 1995, G.P. Putnam’s Sons, and “Artists Observed” Harvey Stein, 1986, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., NYC.
She is currently preparing for an upcoming one-woman exhibition at the MORRIS MUSEUM (December13, 2012 – March 17, 2013), “IMMORTAL STRUCTURES: Here and There After.”   www.mariamijares.com

Entry Deadline
October 20, 2012

Submit Entries to : sdwcajuriedshow@gmail.com
Subject:  Submission: Living in the USA - WCASD SHOW

E-mail  sdwcajuriedshow@gmail.com

Where to View Exhibitions

Exhibition Awards
Best in Show 
Most representing the theme: to be the featured artist for 2 months on our online juried show site at www.zhibit.org .
• 1st Place - $100
• 2nd Place - $50
• 3rd Place - $25

Entry Submission
1. All entries must be submitted digitally via email to: sdwcajuriedshow@gmail.com, include the 
registration form and how the entry fee will be paid, no later than midnight October 20, 2012.
2. 3D works and video are welcome - up to 3 images of one 3D work , Videos must have a starting image
3. Entry must be a high-resolution image of your art work – acceptable image formats are 8-bits/channel RGB or ARGB color model, JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG and TIFF (JPG is preferred)  Maximum image size 5 MB
4. Entry Fee $20.00 WCA members OR $25.00 Non-member for up to 3 entries, fee may be paid through Pay Pal or check mailed to: 
WCA/SD Online Show PO Box 2942 La Mesa, Ca 91943-2942

Follow this link to pay with paypal (WCA members)

Follow this link to pay with paypal (non members)


Event: Pyramid Atlantic Up Scale Yard Sale
Date: Saturday, October 13
Time: 9 am - 5 pm
Place: 8230 Georgia Avenue

We will have a hands on papermaking demonstration, hot dogs on the grill and a parking lot filled with items that include gold and silver coins, antique furniture, vintage toys, high-end and wall art, china, stemware, records, a few still-in-the-box electronics, home decor, jewelry and much,much more.

There is also still time to contribute high-quality items to the sale. Contact organizer Christopher Lancette of Orion’s Attic at chris@orionsattic.com for more info.

This event is being co-presented with the fabulous folks from Orion's Attic. Proceeds from this event will benefit arts and education programs at Pyramid Atlantic.

Open Studio October 28!  

As of July 1, Cynthia began working out of a small studio within the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in downtown Silver Spring.  Feel free to stop by on Sunday, October 28 from 3:00-5:00 pm.  Or call (240-475-1047) to set up an appointment to visit at another time .

By the way, the Washington Printmakers Gallery is also located in the same facility and there is always something interesting to see! Visit the website for information on  exhibitions and hours.

Celebrating Life!
A New Exhibition
at Holy Cross Hospital Community Art Gallery

Showing from September 10 through December 7, 2012.  Reception will take place October 28, 11:00 am-1:00 pm, with Cynthia's Open Studio at 3:00-5:00 pm.

1500 Forest Glen Road
Silver Spring, MD 20910

FREE PARKING on weekends!This Saturday is Yard Sale Saturday at PA 

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Art Share & All Members Meeting

Sunday, September 16, 2012

621 N. Saint Asaph Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
RSVP Cherie Redlinger, rcredlinger@comcast.net

Please, bring your Drawings from Marathon to share.

Please, come even if you aren’t a member.

Sunday, August 5, 2012


Terrace Gallery and throughout Artisphere::
EXHIBITION DATES: Thu June 13 – Sat July 27, 2013
ELIGIBILITY: This exhibition is open to all amateur and professional photographers/video artists (18 years and older) who live, work, study or have a studio in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia or the District of Columbia. Photographers may work in any photographic medium. Video artists can submit work up to 60MB each. Artists may submit in both categories but must pay for each entry fee.
JURORS: Frank Goodyear, associate curator of photographs, National Portrait Gallery and Alberto Gaitán, Arlington, Virginia-based, new media artist, composer, programmer and former Artisphere exhibiting artist. Submissions accepted September 1 , 2012 - January 29, 2013
AWARDS: Two (2) $500 Juror’s Choice Photography Awards / One (1) $500 Juror’s Choice Video Award.
Please click here for more information.

Open Call for New Media & Video: No deadline

Submissions are accepted throughout the year.

Open call for New Media and Video seeks to enrich the creative process by cultivating awareness of and fostering dialogue about innovative projects on visual arts. Multiple projects will be selected for Artisphere’s different spaces via new media technologies and reviewed by a selection committee which includes Artisphere staff. NO ENTRY FEE. If you have a curatorial suggestion for the Terrace Gallery, please email Visual Arts Curator Cynthia Connolly at cconnolly@arlingtonva.us.

Works in Progress Gallery 
The Works in Progress (WIP) Gallery is situated at the entrance to the Terrance Gallery. The WIP Gallery investigates and exhibits works-in-progress from multiple creative disciplines. By examining different processes, structures, experiments, projects and artwork, the WIP provides the public a window into the creative process. Calls will be posted here for the WIP Gallery when time slots become available.

Mezz Gallery
The Mezz Gallery at Artisphere promotes the work of artists and curators who live, work, study or have a studio in Arlington, Virginia as well as artists from our Sister Cities program. (Aachen, Germany; Reims, France; and Oaxaca and Coyoácan, Mexico.) Artists and curators may propose individual or group exhibits to be featured along the 140 running feet of wall space. Group shows may feature work from non-Arlington artists so long as the curator meets the requirements. Shows are scheduled one to two years in advance. Calls for entries for the next exhibition schedule will be posted in 2013.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Opportunity: Woodmere Museum

Woodmere Museum
9201 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118
Located at Bells Mill Road
in Chestnut Hill

Doris Staffel: Painter, Teacher
July 28 – September 30, 2012
Doris Staffel (born 1921), a former student of both Philip Guston and Hans Hofmann, is one of Philadelphia's preeminent abstract painters and colorists. In honor of her long commitment to the city's arts community, Woodmere will present an exhibition of fourteen paintings and works on paper by Staffel from Woodmere's collection, pieces that represent the various phases of her career from the 1940s to the present, along with loans from public and private collections. Read more >>
Generations: Louise Fishman, Gertrude Fisher-Fishman, and Razel Kapustin 
October 13, 2012 – January 6, 2013
The exhibition explores the relationships between the art of Louise Fishman (b. 1939) and the work of both her mother Gertrude Fisher-Fishman (b. 1916) and her aunt Razel Kapustin (1908-1968). Key pieces by the three artists, each of whom is represented in Woodmere's collection, will be exhibited together, underscoring the pictorial, philosophical, and emotive relationships between three distinct artistic voices. Learn More >>

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Call for Art: Franz and Virginia Bader Fund Grants for Artists 2012 - DC

(New) Franz and Virginia Bader Fund Grants for Artists 2012 - DC
Deadline: September 15, 12. The Franz and Virginia Bader Fund invites visual artists (excluding filmmakers, video artists, and performance artists) to apply for grants to enable recipients to develop their talent and concentrate on their art. Artists must be 40 years or older, and must live within 150 miles of Washington, DC. Three grants totaling $60,000 were awarded in 2011. Applications must be postmarked no later than September 15, 2011.  Application forms are available for download from  www.baderfund.org.  Send email inquiries to grants@baderfund.org or call 202-288-4608. Please note that the Franz and Virginia Bader Fund no longer accepts slides. All images must be submitted in digital form. For details, see the application form, which may be downloaded from the Fund's website.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Art and Healing Gallery Visit
Saturday, July 14, 11-1:00 pm
Smith Farm center
1631 U Street
Washington, D.C. 20009

Art Share, Member’s Meeting & Potluck Lunch
Saturday, September 8, 11am-2pm
621 N. Saint Asaph Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
RSVP: infoart@cheriemredlinger.com

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Opportunity: Summer Board Meeting in Michigan!

Join Us in Michigan!

The 2012 Women's Caucus for Art Summer Board Meeting in Michigan is only a month away. This special bulletin provides all the information you need to make your plans. The WCA Michigan chapter has organized an incredible program of art-viewing and fine dining, with plenty of networking opportunities. Join us at the board meeting on Sunday to find out about our three national initiatives: Chapter Community, Legacy and National Exhibitions. See you in July!

Event Program

Thursday, July 19 River's Edge Gallery Meet & Greet and Networking. 
6:00 pm - meet at the Dearborn Inn lobby to carpool. Dinner to follow. No reservations necessary.

Friday, July 20  All-Day Tour of Ann Arbor and/or Art Fair. Opening Reception for Man Up! No Balls About It.
You must pre-register for this tour through Eventbrite.

8:30 am bus pickup at Dearborn Inn
Go on self-directed tour of Art Fair, OR take group tour:

- Motts Children's Hospital Art Collection Tour.
- Zingerman's Sack Lunch at the University of Michigan Hospital with    the director of the Gifts of Art Program
- Ross Business School

5:30 pm Both self-directed and group tour groups meet at City Hall in front of the Herbert Dreiseitl project.

Bus to North Campus for dinner and opening reception for Man Up! No Balls About It. Meet Juror Suzy Lake.

9:00 pm Bus back to Dearborn Inn

Saturday, July 21: All-day tour of Detroit and dinner in Mexican Town
You must pre-register for this tour through Eventbrite.

10:00 am bus pickup at Dearborn Inn

Detroit Museum of Art: brief talk at the Rivera Courtyard about murals with Javier and Gabrielle Pescador.

Lunch on your own and tour area. N'Namdi Art Center, Detroit Artists' Market, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Re-View Gallery, Wright Museum of African American Art.

Tea, Tour & Talk at the fabulous Scarab Club hosted by the Scarab Club and The Detroit Society of Women Painters & Sculptors.

Bus to Eastern Market, CyberOptix Tie Lab Studio, Pioneer Building Studio, and Sculpture Park.

Dinner in Mexican Town.

Bus back to Dearborn Inn.

Sunday, July 22:: WCA Executive Committee & Board meeting at the Arab American National Museum
You must pre-register for your lunch through Eventbrite.

8:00 - 10:00 am Executive Committee meeting at Dearborn Inn

10:00 - 10:30 am Tour of Arab American National Museum

10:30 - 5:00 pm Summer Board Meeting & lunch at the Arab American National Museum

Hotel Reservations

We have reserved rooms at the Marriott Dearborn Inn at a special rate of $119.00 per night.

Call 1-800-228-9290 or 1-313-271-2700 and mention "Women's Caucus for Art Meeting."

The Marriott Dearborn Inn is located at 20301 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI.

Reservations must be made by 5:00 pm, Thursday, July 19. Rooms are limited so reserve early! 

Eventbrite Registration for Tours/Meals

Go to Eventbrite by clicking http://summerwcami2012.eventbrite.com to register for the conference events and to purchase your meals.  Unlike prior years, your lunch during the board meeting must be purchased ahead of time through Eventbrite.


If you are planning to join us, please RSVP, even if you are not planning to participate in all the events. RSVP to Brenda Oelbaum at boelbaum@yahoo.com by emailing the following information:

Your name
Arrival Date
Departure Date
Mode of Transportation
If Flying, Airlines Name,Flight #, Arrival Time
Cell Phone Number
Where You Are Staying

Airport Logistics

Unless you are renting a car, the best way to get to the Dearborn Inn is by taxi. Taxis are available curbside at the Detroit Wayne County Airport. It takes 15 minutes to the hotel and the approximate fare is $22. To return to the airport, the front desk can arrange for a taxi pickup. They need approximately 15 minutes' advance notice.  

Opportunity: Call for Artists: Hillyer Art Space

Hillyer Art Space is currently looking for local DC Metro area artists and international artists to submit work for solo shows for the 2013-2014 exhibiition year. 
Proposals must include the following materials: 
  • Minimum of 5 images with a Maximum of 10 submitted on a disc or by email as a high resolution JPEG* (please save each of the images with their corresponding title--minimum resolution accepted is 1920x1080 pixels)
  • A complete checklist of works containing the title, year, medium, and dimension of each work
  • Resume including address, email, phone number, education, and any previous exhibitions (with clear indications whether it was solo or group)
  • Artist statement or exhibition narrative not to exceed one page
  • *Minimum accepted resolution on images is 1920x 1080 pixels.
Submissions Due August 31, 2012 by 6:00pm
  • DC Metro area artists cannot have had a solo show within the past three years
  • International artists have no restrictions on exhbition history but must becurrently living abroad
Artists may deliver proposal materials via mail or email. If mailed, please provide a self-addressed stamped envelope if you would like your materials returned.
Mail Submissions to: 
Hillyer Art Space
attn: Samantha May
9 Hillyer Court NW
Washington DC 2008
Or Email them to: 
*Incomplete Submissions Will NOT Be Considered*
With the large amount of submissions that we receive we are not able to confirm status of applications during the selection process.  Artists will be notified by the end of October as to their status.


9 Hillyer Court NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20008
August 2012

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Member Spotlight: Cherie Redlinger's Interview by Jolene Sugarbaker at Artomatic

Artomatic Members' Tour (Exhibits on view through June 23)

Cindy Renteria in Peep's room 9th floor area 7 space  0236A
Nancy Abeles space 919  on the 9th floor
New member Missy Rae Carr
HIRO poses as a Polaroid
Marilyn Hayes space  0157 on the 3rd floor
Michelle Frazier room 321 on the 3rd Floor
Jane Petit 110 on the 2nd floor
Emily Lane space 0133 on 4th floor
Eileen Williams
Cherie M. Redlinger 112 on the 11th floor "Mugshots"

Monday, June 11, 2012

WCA/DC Panel at Artomatic

Women's Caucus for Art Panel Discussion 
Led by Michelle Frazier 
Panelists Lynda Smith-Bugge, HIRO, CM Judge, Bonnie MacAllister, Cherie M. Redlinger, Cindy K. Renteria

The panelist presented slides of their work, and they responded to interview questions by their peer panelists.  The audience participated in a question and answer session.  The panel was followed by a tour of member artists participating in Artomatic.

June 9, 2012

1851 S. Bell Street

Arlington, VA