Saturday, May 11, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Ann Arbor District Library, 3rdfloor “freespace” room, 343 S. Fifth Street, Ann Arbor Artists and galleries need one another to make art known to a wider public. This talk aims to shed light on the dynamics that shape those relations so artists can learn how to chooseContinue reading “WCA EVENT – What Galleries Expect from Artists”
WCAMI Holiday Party in Saline Saturday, December 29 12:00 to 1:00 Board Meeting, 1:00 to 3:00 PARTY! at Salt Valley Arts, 400 W. Russell St., Saline, MI We’ll meet up with two Saline artist groups, the Cake Eaters and the Salt Valley Artists for the party. Jane Reiter will lead in making artist trading cards.Continue reading “WCAMI Holiday Party 12/29”
The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (TheRide) has partnered with the Women’s Caucus for Art Michigan (WCAMI) to feature artwork inside its buses this summer. The WCAMI held a competition for poster designs which resulted in eight finalists. Their artwork will be featured inside buses throughout TheRide’s expanded and improved service area. The “Women, Yes!”Continue reading ““Women, Yes!” Art Posters on AAATA Buses”
Submitted by Artist WCA Member Carol Morris September 18th Nadya Tolokonnikova and Masha Alekhina, two of the founding members of Pussy Riot, the Russian art collective, visited Ann Arbor as part of a U.S. tour. Sponsored by a LennonOno grant for peace; they are young women, ages 24 and 26, vigorous, focused and determined. OnContinue reading “Pussy Riot members meet Ann Arbor Artists”
Michigan chapter members Brenda Oelbaum and Amanda Moyer and WCA supporter Jeremy Hansen traveled to West Lafayette, Indiana to stay with Gabriela Sincich. Sincich is a WCA member at large with a passion for representing nature in her work. Oelbaum and Sincich connected a few months ago over a performance idea Oelbaum submitted to (corpo)realities,Continue reading “A studio visit with Gabriela Sincich”
Today was a day filled with great discoveries, good book deals, networking, and artistic inspiration. From the CAA book fair to a walking gallery tour in Chelsea, the only way I can describe the day is in photos. Enjoy!
Several of the YWC members exhilarated their senses at the Museum of Art and Design. The Art of Smell exhibit was a first for all of us. As we left to return to the afternoon panels we discovered on the exterior of the museum an art world for the public to enjoy… A world whichContinue reading “What have you Smelled Lately?”
This morning the Young Women’s Caucus gathered at the American Folk Art Museum in NYC. In order to break up the typical caucus meeting structure, Jaimianne Amicucci, chair of YWC, lead the gathering through a fantastic visioning workshop. This morning each woman in the meeting focused on her own unique goals, passions and ambitions. TheContinue reading “A morning of young fresh ideas!”
It’s hard to believe we just finished day 1! It feels like a whole week of activities occurred in one day. The Lifetime Achievement Awards were a huge success with wonderful presentations at the New York Institute of Technology. Can you see your hand that you contributed? Anyone recognize Beverly Buchanan’s beautiful piece… It hasContinue reading “End of Day 1”
The afternoon has been a whirlwind of exciting caucus meetings at the American Folk Art Museum. Now for the excitement of the Lifetime Achievement Awards and Gala!