Looking At Men

Start the New Year in 2019  with an insightful WCAGA Program on Jan. 12th!


Presenter: member Vivian Liddell 
Title of talk: Looking at Men: A Female Painter explores the (Re)Presentation of Masculinity
Program description: Artist Vivian Liddell will present images of her work and discuss her trajectory as a feminist artist, leading up to her current body of work which focuses on the male nude.
Date: Sat. Jan. 12, 2019
Time: 2-4pm
location: Avis G. Williams public library – DeKalb County 
              1282 McConnell Ave. – Decatur, GA 30033   
 https://dekalblibrary.org/branches/toco
Program free and open to the public. Guests welcome to attend.

Vivian Liddell - Short Biography

Call For Art

Women’s Caucus for Art of GA Curated Exhibit January 2019 – Mark your calendars!

A wonderful exhibition opportunity and benefit for members to show their best work, no larger than 36” across or 48” down, in a beautiful professional gallery setting in the historic Decatur area!

Perspectives: A Group Exhibit
Where: Cornerstone Bank Art Gallery
125 Clairemont Ave, Decatur GA 30030
When: Thursday, January 24 to Thursday, March 21, 2019

Curator: Different Trains Gallery Director Shawn Vinson

January 7, 2019 - Deadline - Noon EST for image submissions
Details, more info and the entry forms will go out to all members by November 1st
This exhibit is free of charge and open to all WCAGA members in good standing. There will be NO Entry Fee.

WCAGA Cornerstone Bank Art Gallery Exhibit committee:
Flora Rosefsky – exhibit liaison
Vickie Martin Conison
Jodi Doughty
Barb Rehg

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