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Blue Planet: An Eco-Art Exhibition By Women's Caucus for Art
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Blue Planet Catalog is a collection of art work shown at SomArts San Francisco, June 2010, hosted by the Women's Caucus for Art and juried by Kim Abeles. Eco-art carries a layered meaning that aids... More > in the understanding and appreciation of the environment, addresses community values, and/or inspires activism on behalf of the ecological systems of which humans and their cultures are a part. For the Blue Planet Exhibition, this chosen work examines and explores the social, political and economic issues related to water. Given that water covers 70% of our "Blue Planet, the art in this exhibition is an opportunity to re-envision, reclaim, remediate and restore our relationships with this most precious resource.< Less
Resolutions and Dissolutions By Women's Caucus for Art
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Resolutions & Dissolutions - a South Bay Area Women's Caucus for Art 2010 Member show.
Resolutions and Dissolutions By Women's Caucus for Art
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Resolutions & Dissolutions - a South Bay Area Women's Caucus for Art 2010 Member show.
Local Color and Golden State of Mind - Peninsula WCA By Women's Caucus for Art
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Exhibition catalog for Local Color and Golden State of Mind by the Penisula Women's Caucus for Art 2010 member shows held at the Milton Marks Gallery in San Francisco.
Aftermath By Women's Caucus for Art
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Aftermath - An exhibition by the Peninsula Women's Caucus for the Arts commerating 10 years past 9/11.
Hidden Cities By Women's Caucus for Art
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"Hidden Cities" is the 2011 national juried show for the Women's Caucus for Art, exhibited at New Century Artists Gallery in NYC and juried by Lisa Philips, Toby Devan Lewis Director, New... More > Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC.< Less
Momentum By Women's Caucus for Art
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40th Anniversary exhibition for the Women's Caucus for Art held in February 2012 at the Los Angeles Art Association, Gallery 825 and juried by Rita Gonzalez, Associate Curator, Los Angeles County... More > Museum of Art.< Less
Petroleum Paradox: For Better or For Worse By Women's Caucus for Art
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Exhibition catalog by Women's Caucus for Art for "Petroleum Paradox", juried by Eleanor Heartney.
Blue Planet By Women's Caucus for Art
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Blue Planet Catalog is a collection of art work shown at SomArts San Francisco, June 2010, hosted by the Women’s Caucus for Art and juried by Kim Abeles. Eco-art carries a layered meaning that... More > aids in the understanding and appreciation of the environment, addresses community values, and/or inspires activism on behalf of the ecological systems of which humans and their cultures are a part. For the Blue Planet Exhibition, this chosen work examines and explores the social, political and economic issues related to water. Given that water covers 70% of our "Blue Planet, the art in this exhibition is an opportunity to re-envision, reclaim, remediate and restore our relationships with this most precious resource.< Less
CONTROL By Women's Caucus for Art
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“CONTROL”, an exhibition catalog showcasing the work of 79 California women artists, was organized by the Women’s Caucus for Art, curated by Karen Gutfreund and juried by the... More > Guerrilla Girls West. Organized around the theme of control (or lack of it), the show explores the artists interpretation of all methods of control: internal, external, positive, negative, over life events and over technology, empowering or dehumanizing, politically correct - or not. This collection of work addresses many issues, including statements on war, politics, ethnicity, gender identity and stereotypes, domestic violence, religion, money and the environment. The exhibition was held at SomArts San Francisco, August 2009 and will be at the Ceres Gallery, NYC in February 2011.< Less