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“Out There” 3 minute animation competition winners

March 7, 2017

“Out There” was a three minute animation competition for women artists in Michigan, sponsored by the Women’s Caucus for Art, Michigan, and the Ann Arbor Film Festival. Animators were asked to show what’s off the grid, in outer space or inner depths, and what is normally invisible, unspoken or off limits. This compilation of the winners will be on view at the WCAMI blog and Facebook page through 2017. They will be included in the  55th Ann Arbor Film Festival’s Off The Screen! programming at North Quad Space 2435 throughout the duration of the festival (March 21-26) during these hours:

Tues. 2-6pm, Wed., Thurs., Fri. 10am-6pm, Sat. & Sun. 10am-4pm


There will be a reception for all exhibitions at North Quad on Tuesday, March 21st, from 3-5pm. Refreshments will be provided. 

Second Workshop for ‘Year of Resistance” book

November 13, 2017

22687613_1994195447505720_2157567442214553492_nAt Ann Arbor Women Artists space, 4844 Jackson Road Suite 100 Ann Arbor, MI 48103.

On Saturday, November 18, from 10 am to 1 pm.

Join us to make artwork for the WCAMI book project, “Year of Resistance 2017: Artists Moved to Action”. Or you can bring finished work to be photographed and formated. A complete submission can be made if you bring a check for the entry fee. For the members of WCAMI, DSWPS and AAWA, the entry fee is $15, for non-members, the fee is $20.
The workshops are free, non-members welcome.


Here is the full CALL FOR ART, read below. Read more…

“Uncertainty of Being” shortlisted

May 4, 2017

WCAMI member LUDMILA KETSLAKH writes –  “I am proud to tell you that my book “Uncertainty of Being” was shortlisted at Kassel Dummy festival 2017 and the book will be exhibited at international photo events in Istanbul, Moscow, Rome, Madrid, Dublin, Aarhus, Sofia, and Lodz. I am happy that the book was recognized by jury and will be traveling on its own.

It’s very exciting to know that my book will be seen by thousands of people around the world. I invested a lot of energy into this book, now the project is completed, and I am delighted to tell you all about the good result.”

Trans Human Opening in Toledo

April 18, 2017


Kathleen Letts writes – I hope you will join me for the opening reception of Trans Human from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, April 20th at River House Arts. The gallery is located on the main floor of the historic Secor Building at 425 Jefferson in downtown Toledo. Trans Human features paintings, drawings, large wall appliqués, an on-site mural and limited edition serigraphs, employing images from our cultural history to address the perils and possibilities of a future where humans are in control of their own evolution.

Trans Human will be open from April 20-May 14, and gallery hours are Thursday – Saturday, 4-10 p.m. and by appointment.

The opening of Trans Human also coincides with Toledo Art Commission’s April Art Loop/Spring Sounds from 5:30-9:30, and the Toledo Museum of Art is open until 9 p.m. (the Kehinde Wiley show is not to be missed), so there’s plenty of art to see all over town. For more information on Art Loop:

Spring Member Survey

April 14, 2017

We want to understand your priorities and interests so that we can plan valuable programs, successful exhibitions, and other meaningful activities.To this end, we are pleased to announce a new survey of members and former members.

Please take a few minutes to complete the short survey by clicking on this link: Spring Member Survey

Responses are anonymous and confidential. Thank you for your time!

Rep. Dingell and Sen. Udall support arts funding through their new CREATE Act

March 23, 2017

Michigan and New Mexico have thriving arts economies and Rep. Debbie Dingell(MI) and Senator Tom Udall(NM) want to keep it that way. Their new funding proposal works to reverse deep cuts to the arts proposed by the Trump administration. They deserve our support.

“Mystery and Enigma” – Kreft National Call for Art, Concordia University

January 28, 2017

Entries due Friday, Feb. 3, 2017