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"Women Making It in the Arts" Arts Symposium

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE To view formatted version of this announcement online: http://artscenecal.com/Announcements/0904/SCWCA0904.html Women Making It in the
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      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
      To view formatted version of this announcement online:
      http://artscenecal.com/Announcements/0904/SCWCA0904.html

      "Women Making It in the Arts" Arts Symposium
      USC School of Fine Arts, Gin D. Wong FAIA Conference Center
      Saturday, October 23, 2004, 9:00am - 4:30pm

      Southern California Women's Caucus for Art
      2100 North Main Street, #A5
      Los Angeles, CA 90031
      Tel or Fax: (323) 222-2112
      Email: <mailto:symposium@...>
      Web: <http://www.scwca.org>
      Please direct e-mail inquiries about the exhibition to the gallery's
      address (above)

      LOS ANGELES - The Southern California Women's Caucus for Art (SCWCA)
      presents "Women Making It in the Arts," a one-day symposium featuring
      prominent Los Angeles curators and visual artists at the USC School of
      Fine Arts Gin D. Wong FAIA Conference Center on Saturday, October 23,
      2004. The day begins at 9:00 AM and concludes with a reception at the
      USC Fisher Gallery from 3:30 to 4:30 PM.

      Speakers include Connie Butler (MOCA), Karin Higa (Japanese American
      National Museum), Christina Ochoa (Self-Help Graphics & Art), Lynn
      Zelevansky (LACMA) and artists Liz Larner, Rebecca Morales, Synthia
      Saint James, and Alexis Smith. Moderated by Scarlet Cheng.

      This symposium is co-sponsored by SCWCA and the Southern California
      Council of the National Museum of Women in the Arts (SCC NMWA), and
      is supported, in part, by a grant from the California Community
      Foundation. Space has been generously donated by the USC School of
      Fine Arts.

      Register early as space is limited. The general pre-registration fee
      is $55, with reduced rates for students and members (SCWCA and SCC
      NMWA). Registration deadline October 10, 2004. For registration form
      or additional information, visit
      <http://www.scwca.org/event/makingit.php> or email co-chairs Ada Brown
      and Jean Towgood at <mailto:symposium@...>.

      SCWCA - since 1976 - Dedicated to the Cultural, Aesthetic, and
      Economic Value of Women's Art
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