Something In Common Show at LA Public Library, Featuring photos by Salima Allen

Dinner Guests FCCW Gala 2023, Photo by Georgie Lyle

Dinner Place Settings at FCCW Gala 2023, Photo by Georgie Lyle

Guests enjoying the Night Gallery patio at FCCW Gala 2023, Photo by Georgie Lyle

Guests on the dance floor at the FCCW GA(Y)LA AFTERPARTY, Photo by Georgie Lyle

FEMINIST CENTER
FOR CREATIVE WORK:

Toward an intersectional feminist future

UPCOMING EVENTS

How To Work With Grief As A Creative Portal Workshop Series

How To Work With Grief As A Creative Portal Workshop Series

Part 3: Sunday, May 12, 6–9PM
At Studio A Dance:
2306 Hyperion Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Oak Room Studio (Back Studio)
Max participants: 30
COVID Safety: Masks required
Cost: Suggested donation of $50 per session, $150 for the series

Through multi-modal expressive arts and somatic exercises, this 3 part workshop with Melissa Anran Fan will explore the ways we can individually and collectively attune to grief, relating to it as a creative portal from which liberation springs.

Collage Club with Mars Ibarreche: Creating A Series

Collage Club with Mars Ibarreche: Creating A Series

Sunday, April 28, 3–5PM
At FCCW:
1800 S Brand Blvd, Suite 111, Glendale, CA 91204
Max participants: 40
Free

Join us for our fourth session Collage Club, a low-key social artmaking event, led by Mars Ibarreche. In this session we will explore the idea of creating a series of images exploring particular themes and styles and playing with the idea of making a triptych.

Visit the Getty with FCCW

Visit the Getty with FCCW

Thursday, May 2, 11AM–2:30PM
The Getty Center:
1200 Getty Center Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA
Max participants: 35
Free

Join us for a trip to The Getty Center to see the Camille Claudel exhibition, with a curator introduction, docent walkthrough, and lunch provided — click to learn more about our free transportation and parking options too!

FCCW NEWS

Co-Leadership Research: Interview Excerpts

Co-Leadership Research: Interview Excerpts

As FCCW embarks on a Mellon Foundation funded research project on developing our own co-leadership model, we will be sharing the information we gather and our learnings. We’re starting with excerpts from interviews we conducted with leaders at organizations that work with a shared mission or values.

We’re a non-profit arts and community organization centered around feminist creative practices. Explore our site to learn more about the events, workshops, and groups that you can attend, our publications you can read, and how you can connect us to your own creative work.