The Women's Caucus for Art is a national organization whose mission is to create community through art, education, and social activism, while recognizing the contribution of women in the arts. The Philadelphia Chapter provides a support network for women artists in Philadelphia and surrounding communities.
We meet at member studios to network, learn, discuss art and plan shows. All are welcome!
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Art History Adjunct Position A message from Pamela Flynn:
Greetings-I am wondering if anyone in WCA might be interested in teaching Art History Iat Holy Family this fall. I am interviewing for an adjunct. The class will run M 5:45-8:45.
To apply one needs an MFA in studio art or a PhD in art history. Please let the members know and if there is anyone interested they should please email me ASAP with a resume: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional info: It is at the Holy Family University Northeast campus.
The text is Gardners and if you go to Amazon you can see the chapters and some of the text. There is a course outline and the text really dictates the course.
The second level will be offered in the spring and I am looking for someone who will be able to teach both semesters-it will be the same time.
The following academic year the course will be offered during the day.
Best and thanks,
WCA Student Awards
Moore College of Art and Design
Congratulations to Stephanie Paone, Graphic Design major and recent graduate of Moore College of Art & Design, for winning the WCA Philadelphia Chapter Scholarship and Membership for her piece about Stroke Awareness in honor of her father!
School District of Philadelphia Award
WCA Philadelphia Chapter will be awarding a $100 award to Philadelphia School District Youth Artist Exhibition Award Winner Meridian Rogers-Lowe of J.R. Masterman, Grade 12. Shhh! It's a surprise! Here's her piece: