Thursday, June 16, 2011

Exhibition: Florissant Valley Contemporary Art Gallery (St. Louis, MO)

In the Florissant Valley Contemporary Art Gallery
'Young Women's Caucus Traveling Journal Project'
and selected works from STL-YWC members.

Exhibition runs through July 30.

Reception with the artists: Sat., July 23 (during WCA summer conference and board meeting), Noon- 3pm

Located on the campus of STLCC-FV, 3400 Pershall Rd. St. Louis MO

Gallery hours M-Th 10-4pm, F-Sat 10-3pm

Features our collaborative WCA Philadelphia Journal:

Features work by Michelle Wilson (binding, originator, pictured image), Ruth Schanbacher, Joanna Fulginiti, Ellen Bonett, Alison Altergott, Ruth Anne Wood, Natalie C. Felix (pictured poem).

Congratulations to all who participated!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Finlandia University Reflection Gallery: WCA Philadelphia Traveling Journal

"Sprout" image from book by Alison Altergott.

Women's Caucus for Art Philadelphia Chapter collaborative book bound by Michelle Wilson.

"Mother's Day in Doylestown" and "Carousel Book" by Bonnie MacAllister

All other images are the collaborative work of the Young Women's Caucus and Traveling Journal Project participants. (for complete images and links to the other journals.)

The show runs from Jan. 10-30, 2011.

Traveling Journal Project
Reflections Gallery
Jutila Center
Finlandia University
Hancock, MI

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Young Women's Caucus: Traveling Journal Project Opening and Press Coverage

Thursday, January 20, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

Opening reception for

Young Women's Caucus

Traveling Journal Project

No charge; refreshments.
Finlandia University
Reflection Gallery
200 Michigan St., Hancock, MI 49930
Call 906-487-7375.

Some press:

Ironwood Info

Finlandia University


Keeweenaw Guide

Marquette Monthly Gallery Guide Listing

Young Women's Caucus

Sunday, January 2, 2011

WCA Philadelphia Traveling Book

all images courtesy of Michelle Wilson who was our originator and binder.

Spotlight: Rachel Udell

Spotlight: Natalie Felix (Community Cultural Exchange)

Spaces in Between is the first chapbook written, drawn, and hand crafted by Philadelphia poet, **natalie c. felix**in 2003. It is an interpersonal look into her spiritual evolution as a Hue-man transforming from a young lady into a self-aware woman.