Monday, September 14, 2015

Saturday October 10th  10 am to 1 pm   

Art Share and Planning Meeting, Followed by lunch

Come and bring your ideas for programs, events, possible exhibitions, etc. you can help make happen for the coming year.  We will be focusing on February when the National WCA conference will be here along with the College Art Association annual meeting-- with events you won't want to miss-and chances to connect with  artists from all over the country.

Bring a small work to share-- and a friend who might like to join our chapter.

Bring something to share for a light meal to follow

RSVP to  Barbara Wolanin

For address, directions and phone number, contact Barbara Wolanin, OR see September newsletter sent via email.


FRESH TALK- On the state of women in the arts and why it matters
Sunday, October 18, 2015
3:00–6:00 p.m. followed by Sunday Supper from 6:00–8:00 p.m.
Artists, curators, and representatives from auction houses, commercial galleries, and media invite us to participate in a no-holds-barred conversation. A movement builder, storyteller, and feminist activist tops off the day with her thoughts on how Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Emma Watson, and others are inspiring new audiences to raise their voices for feminism and gender justice.
Join us for food, drink, and discussion at Sunday Supper after the program.
Ticket price includes museum admission, refreshments during the day, and admission to Sunday Supper at 6:00 p.m. For tickets go to:
National Museum of Women in the Arts 1250 New York Avenue, NW  Washington, D.C. 20005
Righting the Balance considers the inequality that persists for women artists today and explores pathways toward gender equity. Introduction by Maura Reilly, author, curator, critic, and event co-organizer. Conversations include: The Issue: Jillian Steinhauer, senior editor, Hyperallergic, and Sarah Douglas, editor-in-chief, ARTnewsThe Market: Mary Sabbatino, vice president/partner, Galerie Lelong, NY, and Gabriela Palmieri, Sotheby’s senior vice president and senior specialist for contemporary art; The Artist's Voice: Ghada Amer, Micol Hebron, Simone Leigh, and Guerrilla Girl Alma Thomas; Conversation in Context: Jamia Wilson, movement builder, feminist activist, and storyteller.

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