San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Honoring Women's Right Conference has live art, speakers, round tables and films. Our speakers come with a wide range of current Women's Issues in art, politics, and education. Notable speakers include Louise Bernikow (keynote), Malissa Feruzzi Shriver, and the women’s health advocate, Sandra Fluke, who caused a media storm this spring and Karen Teegarden who organized a Unite Against War on Women rallies at every state capital.
On Friday, September 7th, is the Welcoming Preview Party from , 5-8:30. Come to pre-registration of Honoring Women's Rights Conference on Friday night where you can:
- pick up your packet in the conference room
- see and buy original one-of a kind jewelry from the artists who made them
- visit with the "fair trade" vendors
- enjoy complimentary hors d'oeuvres, drinks and the smooth sounds of a trio musical group
- attend a book reading by women's history expert, Louise Bernikow* at 7:30
On Saturday, September 8th, there are speakers, a play, three panels and films arranged to flow in series, one after another.
Tweo panel discussion topics:
The goal of this conference is to celebrate the WCA 40-year anniversary and educate our younger population of women's history, whether its social, political, or economic. We are going to show how all of that can be represented by women's art.
In the end it's the need to have our voices heard. Voting takes place less than a month later. Maybe this conference can help help get more women out to vote.
When & Where
Pacific Regional WCA chapters
Women's Caucus for Art (WCA) is a national organization with 25 chapters across America.
This year is their 40 anniversary and WCA is an established prominent, vibrant community of women artists, committed to recognizing the contributions of women in the arts.
collaborating chapters are:
WCA Monterey Bay, WCA Peninsula, WCA Northern California, and South Bay Area WCA