About SCWCA

SCWCA covers the greater Southern California region and 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.

For over 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! Questions? Contact us: socalwomenscaucus@gmail.com.

Meet our team here.


Please join us this Saturday, Oct. 10, from 1-2:30 p.m. for the Opening Zoom Conversation for the Common Ground Exhibit.

RSVP: gallery@1111acc.org

Join Common Ground Curators Suvan Geer and Sandra Mueller in the Opening Conversation and Special Tour of Common Ground Exhibition. They’ll explore with the participating artists how their works speak to the earth as a shared but damaged terrain.

You can tour the exhibit virtually by scrolling down on their webpage: Embed Gallery .

Participating artists include Kim Abeles, Mariona Barkus, Sharon Barnes, Pilar Castillo, Danielle Eubank, Samantha Fields, Suvan Geer/ Stitch in Time, Eloisa Guanlao, Ann Isolde, Sant Khalsa, Meg Madison, Kaoru Mansour, Maryrose C. Mendoza, Sandra Mueller, Naida Osline, Pamela J. Peters, Sheila Pinkel, Sinan Leong Revell, Bonnie J. Smith / She Votes, Linda Vallejo and Gail Werner.

The Common Ground exhibition can be viewed virtually by visiting Embed Gallery or in person by appointment.

Common Ground includes two collective pieces — Stitch in Time Installation by Suvan Geer with works by 24 contributing artists and She Votes by Bonnie Smith with works by 69 WCA members. Presented by Embed Gallery at Toolbox LA in Chatsworth, the exhibition is sponsored by SCWCA and in part by the Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles.


Book Project Update!

We are pleased to announce that the She Votes book has been completed. She Votes merchandise is now available in our Redbubble shop!
Do shop and support our organization! There are t-shirts, masks, mugs and more…
All proceeds will go to our new
SCWCAProfessional Development Award Fund 

This book has been designed and compiled by
Bonnie J. Smith and Melissa Reischman
She Votes includes over 100 artworks by 69 Women’s Caucus Artists
We are working diligently to find venues for display and will keep you posted on all exhibition opportunities.


SCWCA EXHIBITIONS – CURRENT EXHIBITION

www.scwcaexhibitions.org

Pulse of LA in the Time of Protest speaks to the experience of being a visual artist in Los Angeles. The artworks express both solidarity with recent BLM protests and continuity with long standing injustices. The myriad of forms, materials and ideas results in a compelling exhibition.


SCWCA Publishes Major
Archival Text! 

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

Now available on Amazon.com.  

“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