CELEBRATE THE CENTENNIAL OF THE 1913 WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE MARCH!!!!!
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Sat. March 2 & Sun. March 3 2013
Saturday, March 2 - 10:00-2:00 pm,
Panel and Exhibit Celebrating the Centennial of 1913 Women's Suffrage Parade
Free and Open to the Public
Come One or all Events!
1. 10:00 am - Meet at the Foggy Bottom Whole Foods
2201 I St NW Washington, DC near Foggy Bottom Metro
2. 11 am-12:30 PM - Attend Panel, "72 Years of Fighting for the Vote," The George Washington University Lisner Auditorium, 21st at H Streets, NW
3. 12:45 pm - 1:15 - Arrive Metro Center Subway Stop, 13th Street NW Exit.
4. 1:00 - 2:15 pm Walk to Food Court & have Lunch, The Shops at National Place, 14th St NW
5. 2:15 pm - View the the 1913 Suffrage Parade Exhibit ,Lobby of Nat'l Press Club, 529 14th St NW(just south of F St.), 13th Floor
NOTE: You are welcome to join us at any point. Call Marilyn that day if you plan to join the group later!
Sunday, March 3, 2013, 8:30am
A March to Commemorate the 1913 Women's Suffrage Parade -
1. 8:30am - WCADC Members & Friends Meet at the white marble Peace Monument on the west side of the Capitol.
The 44-foot-high monument stands in the circle to the west of the Capitol at Pennsylvania Avenue and First Street, N.W.
2. 9:00 a.m. - The Parade begins at the Capitol, proceeds down Pennsylvania Avenue with an assembly on the National Mall for closing remarks. The entire parade route is approximately 3.1 miles.
RSVP to Marilyn Hayes at email@example.com by Thur
Please be sure to let Marilyn know which event(s) you plan to attend, and please include your cell phone number in your response. When you respond that you are coming to an event Marilyn will confirm your response & send you her cell phone number via email.
If you RSVP for the parade, she will also include an image of the Peace Monument in her response to assist you in finding it. For additional info go to www.nwhm.org, the National Women's History Museum's website)
WCA/DC Meeting March 10th
Come and learn about upcoming events!
Members get Interviewed!Get your 10 minutes of Fame get interviewed and share your art with a wider audience. Your interview and your artwork will be on WCA/DC Blog, my blog and other links.
Contact Cindy for details
More Details to Follow
A Bluebell Paint Out at Bull Run State Park in Manassas, VA
Contact: Elena MazaJune
Free Talk Art Basel Adah Rose of the Adah Rose Galler
Contact: CIndy Renteria
14th Street Galleries
Contact: Cherie M Redlinger
Hirshhorn Museum Visit Needs Coordinator
SYMBOLS, SERIES, SELVES
2013 -EXHIBIT DATES:
Sunday, August 4-Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013
Opening Sunday, August 4, 2013 - 1:30pm-3:30pmGlenview Mansion Gallery Rockville, MD,
Planning Meeting and Art Share
October- Skyline Drive Paint Out
1.Host: Elena has a Lifetime National Parks Senior Pass; she can take 3 Artists in her car and can get into the park free.
Park entry fee is $15.
2. Marilyn Hayes offered her home in that area for day visit and Apple Harvest November-
Visit O Street Mansion
Holiday Bunch in Community Room
Do you have events for the group let us know?
WCA Exhibit Opportunities
Material Witness -- Call for Art The exhibition Material Witness seeks to broadly represent artwork defining our time. This is a national call for art by women. All media is encouraged.Organized by the Georgia chapter of the WCA in collaboration with Agnes Scott College, the exhibit will present the perspective of women artists from across the USA working in a variety of media. Through their art they process the world around them, their work becoming a document of these times.
A panel of three prominent women in the arts will curate the exhibit: artist and curator, Lisa Alembik, artist and educator, Lynn Marshall-Linnemeier, gallery owner, Marcia Wood. See website for juror bios and links. http://www.wcaga.org/page/the-
Submissions are accepted online through CaFE, deadline April 1, or by mail, deadline March 15, 2013.
WCA members qualify for discounted entry fee of $30. At checkout use discount code: 2013wca.
See website for prospectus and links, http://www.wcaga.org/page/
Violence - A Juried Exhibition Dear Colleagues: Please disseminate this Call for Art. The exhibition is being sponsored by the Philadelphia Chapter of the Women's Caucus for Art. Current members of the New York City and Washington, DC Chapters are eligible to submit work.We live in a violent world. Sandy Hook, Nickel Mines and Columbine. September 11 and Oklahoma City. Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Korea and two World Wars to end all war. JFK, RFK, MLK and Harvey Milk. Lisa Steinberg and JonBenét Ramsey. And the millions of others whose names we've forgotten or have never known.
When is violence justified and when it is not? Are violent acts committed by ordinary people who find themselves in extraordinary circumstances to be judged differently? If nature itself is inherently violent, is human nature any different?
We are seeking artworks that address these complicated questions. They might offer hope; they might scream out in despair. They might be political; they might be very personal.
The other "F word" -- CALL For ART P The BHCC Art Gallery will Present: International Women's History Month 2013*note the term "F Bomb" has just been entered into the Webster's Dictionary
The Future of Feminism Today
March 7 through April 5 2013
Artists' Reception: Thursday, March 14, 6 - 8pm A300/Art Galley
"Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere."
Contact Cindy Renteria firstname.lastname@example.org
Cindy K. Renteria President WCA/DC
Jane Forth Vice- President WCA/DC