In today’s political and cultural environment, women have a strong voice. Our artist members are no exception. It is time for us to express our strong opinions about many issues and use our art as a vehicle to do so. This exhibition will demonstrate myriad ways to speak our minds and hearts. 

Exhibition Dates: October 12 thru 26, 2019.
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm
Location: Neutra Institute Gallery & Museum, Silverlake, CA

Exhibition review written by Betty Ann Brown here.

A few of the exhibiting  #ENOUGH artists.


On Saturday, October 19, 2019 during the #Enough exhibition at the Neutra Gallery: A Writing Workshop for Visual Artists by writer and artist Nancy Spiller.

Nancy Spiller

If every picture tells a story, what does your work have to say? Is it poetry, fiction or personal memoir? This half -day workshop will inspire you to find the narrative tucked into your art. From an introduction to the ancient practice of ekphrastic writing, to samples of acclaimed authors drawing on visual art, to lively writing exercises revealing metaphor, telling details, emotions, and attitudes, you’ll find new ways to engage with your own visual “statements.” 

Nancy Spiller 
is an exhibiting artist, SCWCA member, and author of the novel Entertaining Disasters (Counterpoint Press) and the memoir Compromise Cake: Lessons Learned From My Mother’s Recipe Box (Counterpoint Press), which she also illustrated. She created a version of this workshop for the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program, where she has been an instructor for 10 years.