Updated: Jul 9
Did you know that March and April are to celebrate women artists?
I was just introduced to this nonprofit in last few years. "WomenArts is dedicated to increasing visibility and opportunities for diverse women artists in all art forms. We share news about trailblazing women artists and gender parity activists. " You can learn more here:
Living Her Legacy relies on women artists with varied talents:
Role Model Art Workshop creator and facilitators
Journal and Book creations
Graphic Designer of art installation portrait panels
Print shop Co-owner- final art installations
Girl Leader program speakers, internship sites and mentors
Role Model Art Workshop girl participant adult partners
Women in media: radio, print and more.
Women in museums
and Other creative women who have supported Living Her Legacy
"Throughout the centuries, women have been involved in making art, whether as creators and innovators of new forms of artistic expression, patrons, collectors, sources of inspiration, or significant contributors as art historians and critics.
Women make up just under half of all artists nationwide (46 percent), comparable to their percentage of the U.S. workforce. But they are underrepresented in many artist professions. Some of the most famous female artists are Rosa Bonheur, Leonora Carrington, Tracey Emin, Louise Bourgeois, Mary Cassatt, Artemisia Gentileschi, Georgia O'Keeffe and Frida Kahlo." The Role of Women in the Art World. Learn more below:
Also visit The Powerful Legacy of Women in the Arts below:
We are extremely grateful for the women artists who support our Living Her Legacy nonprofit. THANK YOU!
Action: Send an 'I Appreciate YOU' note via USPO to a creative woman in your life, by end of APRIL.