The mission of the Women’s Caucus for Art is to create community through art, education, and social activism.  Southern California Women’s Caucus for art is a vital support network for women art professionals in Southern California.

Covering the greater Southern California region, we are one of 24 chapters of the Women’s Caucus for Art, the leading national organization for women actively engaged in the visual arts professions, an affiliated society of the College Art Association and a founding partner of The Feminist Art Project.

We invite you to join the Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art today!

For forty years, artists, art historians, curators, and critics have benefited from active collaboration with one another. Develop friendships, exhibit and publish your work, learn leadership skills and participate in stimulating dialogues with other women art professionals by becoming a member of the Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art.

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SCWCA Member’s Exhibit
March 9-April 6

(In honor of Women’s History Month)

February 28, 2019 Entry Deadline

See entry details and guidelines here:

Thank you SCWCA members for contributing to the Southern California Chapter Flag for the WCA Conference held this year in New York City.This flag is a representation of the diverse talent of our artist members.

The following members contributed images for the chapter flag designed by Danielle Eubank: Pamela Benjam, Danielle Eubank, Hadiya Finley, Dellis Frank, Dwora Fried, Carole goldman, Susan Edmunds, Susan Hannon, Shelley Heffler, Ann Isolde, Susan T. Kurland, Lynn Elliott Letterman, J.J. L’Heureux, Susan Ossman, Susan C. Price, Melissa Reischman, Karen Schifman, Bonnie J. Smith, Ann Storc, Nancy K. Turner and Linda Vallejo.

SCWCA Publishes Major Archival Text! 

Personal Voices / Cultural Visions: Conversations in the Visual Arts Community,
Los Angeles 1994 – 1996

Now available on  

“This book is stunningly important for everyone who wants to know about the history of art and art organizations in Los Angeles.”

—Betty Ann Brown
Afternoons with June: Stories of June Wayne’s Art and Life