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.
“Strategies for Inclusion: Then and Now“
POSTPONED – MARCH 14th Date Cancelled
Join our lively public conversation on cultural equity and representation.
Curator jill moniz will engage with prominent activist leaders from diverse cultural communities of Los Angeles. Together we will revisit the history of cultural inclusion /exclusion in the LA art scene and see what resonates today. This participatory event is inspired by SCWCA’s recent publication of interviews from the 1990s and many of the book participants will be in attendance. A reception in their honor will follow the public program.
About jill moniz: jill moniz’s interests focus on building understanding, creativity and inclusivity through the arts. In 2016, she cofounded Quotidian, a curatorial investigative space in Los Angeles that supports local artists and builds visual literacy through thematic group installations. She holds a doctorate in cultural anthropology from Indiana University and lives in Los Angeles.
Personal Voices / Cultural Visions: Conversations in the Visual Arts Community, Los Angeles 1994-1996 was edited by Ann Isolde. Published in 2018, it also includes more than 125 images of artworks, catalogue covers and exhibition flyers. It is available on amazon.com.
Book Participants: Roberto Bedoya,Charles Canales, Martha Abeytia Canales, Barbara Carrasco, Yreina Cervántez,Kyung Sun Cho, Dale Davis, Cecil Fergerson, Harry Gamboa Jr., Karin Higa, Candace Lee, Samella Lewis, John Outterbridge, Ann Page, May Sun,