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Alexandra Harper founder of Women of Culture: connecting women through arts

Ah-headshotAlexandra Harper is the founder of Women of culture, a NYC based art community aiming at bringing women together to experience the power of the arts through events in New York like the upcoming Sweet Summer Soiree, weekends such as Labor Day weekend in Newport, RI and even in Los Angeles.

Founded 3.5 years ago and with over 50 events held to date, the success of her community proves that Alexandra is not the only woman with a “desire to get out and experience the rich art scene that is the lifeblood of this city”.  Her goal is to be an advocate of “the importance of the arts and creativity in society, helping to create a more connected, fair and equal world” and a supporter of women artists through her events and the articles published on her blog. Alexandra shares about how she founded Women of Culture, her dreams and challenges and of course how to join an event! Thanks, Alexandra for sharing your passion. 

Artist Showcase Late Spring 2019

Catch this collection of artists in this showcase featuring a wide range of subject, style and inspiration. Click on each artist’s name to see more of their work.

 

"La Cage dun Fou" Chalk on Vintage Collaged French Book Pages, 38" x 36" by Artist Louise LaPlante

“La Cage dun Fou” Chalk on Vintage Collaged French Book Pages, 38″ x 36″ by Artist Louise LaPlante

Kloosterboer on The Illusionists

The Representational Art Conference, a California Lutheran University Arts Initiative event organized by Michael Pearce, is a yearly international event focused on forward-looking representational art in the 21st century. This year’s TRAC—held between March 31st through April 4th, 2019—took place at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Ventura Beach, California, gathering a large number of attendees hailing from North America and as far away as Europe, South America, Asia, and Oceania.

Vince Natale -  Falco Luciferus II & Dreameater

Vince Natale – Falco Luciferus II & Dreameater

Artists, writers, poets, philosophers, filmmakers, scientists, curators, and other creative minds gathered to exchange ideas, present papers, attend lectures, hold demonstrations, participate in panel discussions, socialize, forge friendships and alliances, and exchange ideas on all sorts of art-related subjects. This year’s topic was Imagination and 21st-Century Representational Art. While TRAC provides an exciting platform for debate, it does not seek to establish a single monolithic aesthetic for representational art but instead tries to identify commonalities in an effort to understand the unique potentials of representational art, ideally shedding some light on possible future directions.

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