Elizabeth Addison, MGP Andersen, Salma Arastu, Gretchen Blais, Yvette Brown, Amanda Chaudhary, Belinda Chlouber, Lisa Chu, Marsha Connell, Sherri Cornett, Jennifer Ewing, Miriam Fabbri, Katrin Geng, Karen Gutfreund, Kelly Hammargren, Stephanie V. Hogen, Bernadette Howard, Elaine Jason, Judy Johnson-Williams, Joanna Katz, Jeannette Kiel, Mido Lee, Juliet Mevi, Barbara Milman, Jane Neilson, Miwako Nishizawa, Priscilla Otani, Jacqueline Rubinstein, Irene Schlesinger, Sondra Schwetman, Ariella Seidenberg, Pallavi Sharma, Judy Shintani, Mary Shisler, Ruth Petersen Shorer, Sally Stewart, Zoe Thiele-Seidenberg, Michelle Waters, Vera Ximenes, Marian Yap and Veronica Yazmin.
The forty-one artists in this exhibition responded to the word "disconnect" in ways that ranged from personal experiences to feminist, environmental and socio-political concerns.Their works were selected by NCWCA Exhibitions Chair Kelly Hammargren in partnership with the Transmission Gallery owners Ruth Santee and Cameron Brian.
Reflect the broad spectrum of art practice by NCWCA members: assemblage, ceramics, collage, digital collage, fiber art, graphite, installation, mixed media, painting, pen & ink, performance, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and video.
A limited number of full-color exhibition catalogs will be available for $15 at the opening reception and during the exhibition.
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Northern California Women's Caucus for Art (NCWCA)
Founded in 1972, Women's Caucus for Art is an affiliate society of the College Art Association and founding partner of the Feminist Art Project. The Northern California Women's Caucus is one of its earliest chapters, formed in the same year as national WCA. It is one of five California chapters and serves members in San Francisco, East Bay, Marin and all parts of Northern California.