2013 was an amazing year for the Coalition, our member organizations, and for all women in the arts (yes, it's still a rocky road to respect and parity, but progress is being made).
2014 is going to be even better!
We have an exciting new Special Advisor to our Board(see below for more info). Everyone loves the new logo, and is finding us at our new web address, www.womenartsmediacoalition.org,
(you will still be re-directed for three more years if you go to our old web address or use our old email address).
We're building up our social media presence, and not just on facebook and Twitter (great pix there and on our website from our Collaboration Gala if you haven't seen them). We're currently working on tumblr and Pinterest pages so follow us if you're on those sites--only a little bit of content now, but we're going to be building them up quickly.
Great upcoming event from LPTW(free! see below for more info). Find more member org events on our Online Calendar. Many member org events are livestreamed online and/or archived on youtube and/or the organization's website. So there's so much great content available to you, even if you're not able to attend events. Keep checking.
(REMEMBER: if you are a member of any of our member organizations, you are a member of the Coalition!
of Mad Cow Productions (and co-creator and past producer of The Daily Show), our fantabulous Keynote Speaker at our Collaboration Awards in October of 2013, is the newest Special Advisor on our Board of Organization Representatives and we are so excited to have her on board with us!
We're looking for Volunteers for 2014: new Board Reps will be needed (Representatives from our Member Organizations), online assistance with our calendar and blog, and a new Cyber-Street Team of young awesome artistic women that will be overseen by Jessica Colie McClellan and Zija Lubin-West. If you're interested in being involved,e-mail us and let us know.
The Betty R. And Ralph Sheffer Foundation presents
Mercedes Ruehl in conversation with Andrea Chapin.
Presented in collaboration with the The League of Professional Theatre Women.
This evening is produced by Betty Corwin. Join us for this exciting dialogue with a remarkable theatre woman!
Lincoln Center Library Bruno Walter Auditorium (Amsterdam Avenue & 65th Street)
Monday, January 13th at 6 p.m. first come first served
Funding Newsletters (originally from WomenArts)
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Actors' Equity Association, Dramatists Guild, League of Professional Theatre Women, New York Women in Film & Television, Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television Artists New York Local, Stage Directors and Choreographers, Writers Guild of America East
Affiliate Member Organizations:
Dancers Over 40, Professional Women Singers Association,The Rehearsal Club, The Women's Media Center, WomenArts, and Women Make Movies
We have new Member Organizations pending--announcement soon!
Edwidge Danticat: Haiti Noir 2, The Classics Award-winning author and editor Danticat reads and discusses this second volume of classic Haitian noir literature by authors such as Marie-Hélène Laforest and Dany Laferrière. Cosponsored by Haiti Cultural Exchange and MoCADA. Thursday, Jan 16, 7 pm Dweck Center
Russian Literary Series: Vladimir Voinovich Voinovich (Monumental Propoganda) makes a repeat visit to the Library. This event is in Russian. Click here to register and enter keyword Brooklyn Public Library. Sunday, Jan 19, 1 pm Dweck Center