For this virtual all-member opportunity, we invite members to submit works related to the theme “Alone Together.”
Through this time of social distancing and quarantine, we are physically separated from one another, but we still make attempts to remain connected to others. Art creation is one tool that we use to express ourselves during these challenging times. Artworks for this opportunity may pertain to the themes of being alone or separated, individuality, or simply work that was made in quarantine.
Generally, we offer WCA members an opportunity to connect through their art during this time.
The City of Gaithersburg and the Washington Women’s Art Caucus invite women artists to submit work for a juried exhibition entitled “Why I Vote.” This exhibit commemorates the one-hundredth anniversary ratification of the Constitution’s 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote while exploring the contemporary topics that galvanize women voters, such as climate change, immigration, education and women’s rights. “Why I Vote” invites artists to share the ideas and convictions that drive them to the polls and helps to shape political outcomes across the United States.
This is a juried exhibition open to members of the DC Chapter of the Women's Caucus for Art and other women artists in the Delmarva area, as well as to additional invited artists.