Rina Peleg, weaves her dreams in clay….. Read more

Diana Taylor’s “Only Bound by my Imagination” is a poetry film that challenges artificial control by man on the individual . Read more

A PHILADELPHIA STORY, by Lili White, is an experimental documentary, of crime, of rape and its aftermath. Read more

I’m amazed that I have never visited Auschwitz . It’s the  grave of three of my grandparents, …… Read more

Florence Weisz works in collage as her primary medium…… Read more

Sandra Lerner’s lyrical expressionistic paintings originate in music. Read more

The Nature of Things, a poem by Janet R. Kirchheimer Read more

Angeline JoVan focuses on her favorite subjects: Glorious Women. Read more

Gwendolyn Audrey Foster homage to Chantal Akerman; feminist pioneer of avant-garde cinema. Read more

Using simple images, Stephanie Brody-Lederman’s paintings distill the poetry inherent in ordinary life. Read more

Susan Grabel’s latest series, Confluence,  comes out of deep concern for the survival of our species and planet…… Read more

Painter and poet, Peg McAulay Byrd shares some of her lyrical abstracted paintings and poems…….. Read more

“In my imagination I slide easily and gracefully into a back bend” writes Sara Nuss-Galles…. Read more

Experimental filmmaker, Coleen Fitzgibbon’s documentary style critique of the Island of Manhattan … Read more

Nassau County Poet Laureate for 2009-11 and the Walt Whitman Birthplace Association 2016 Poet of the Year, Gayl Teller poem: Worn-Out Walking Shoes. Read more

A mixed media painter, Kate Rivers works primarily with cast-off materials…… Read more

Grace Graupe-Pillard is focusing on the horror and human cost of wars being fought in far-off places ….. Read more

Regina Silvers paints the Granny Peace Brigade – a group of senior peace activist…. Read more

Anne Gullbjørg Digranes uses hand held camera to record events in her town, Bergen, Norway. Read more

Ruty Benjamini creates female nude figurines, she models figures that are asymmetrical………. Read more

Gaia Regards Her Children ………. a video made to a poem by Alicia Ostriker Read more

The morning hours are magical….. Read more

“Etelka Böhm waxed the wooden floor exasperatedly.”…… a story of one woman’s courage and triumph in trying times. Read more

..from ‘Plenty’ – a collection of observational snapshots and images representing everyday life and commodification of culture… Read more

Lush and delicate installations from handmade paper ….. Read more

In my fourth year of dancing and not dancing the often-joyous and sometimes deeply disappointing Argentine tango……. Read more

Film by Lynne Sachs to Paolo Javier’s poem “Starfish Aorta Colossus”. Read more

Lorna Green works consist public art/environmental projects, ….. Read more

Caged in doubt she is sitting on the fence,…….. Read more

A voyage into surrealism, traversing photojournalism and observations of the human condition Read more

A humorous attempt at feminist appropriation of male-attribued images. Read more

The aroma of coffee, the hum of Dixieland jazz and the babel of conversations washed over the devil as he opened the door… Read more

A journey through an old house by way of a mirror…….. Read more

The potters of Kalabougou are the women of the village. They mine the clay,… Read more

A couple therapist suggested we go to Alanon. I had never heard of it, nor had my husband, Jim. We are a long-married….. Read more

The parallel lives of the movie director,Bonnie Dennis, and her subject, Margaret Holloway, a drug addict homeless person. Read more

Building layer upon layer of colors and shapes, Nancy Hagood creates powerful multilayered abstract paintings where borders are obfuscated and forms merge. Read more

Ellen Denuto captures memories, discarded objects that were damaged or forgotten and the magic of the moment. Read more

A video-poem ‘Homeopathy’ by Lori H. Ersolmaz, based on a poem by Nina Corwin. Read more

Two seemingly unrelated stories, an unlikely encounter with a prisoner and the the origin of her name, are beautifully woven together by Vasu Varadhan. Read more

Putting embroidery at front and center, Daniella Meller is linked to a long line of feminist artists who sought to elevate “women’s crafts” into an artistic expression of female experience. Read more

Nancy Azara carves, assembles and paints wood, often with gold and silver leaf and encaustic….. Read more

I see my mother in the corridor… A poem by Edna Shochat Read more

A writer and a filmmaker, Gwendolyn Audrey Foster is an eco-feminist; she asks the viewer to contemplate the apocalyptic horror of worldwide environmental destruction. Read more

Karen Bell has been exploring natural curiosities, photographed, gathered and brought back to her studio where they got incorporated into her life and often into images. Read more

Liliana Orbach’s video ‘The Rhythm of a Mind’ portrays thoughts of a woman during her sleepless night. One eight of the video compilation entitled “The music of the night” inspired by Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Goldberg Variations”. Read more

Susan Schwalb utilizes an ancient technique that dates back to the Renaissance; Silverpoint is a method of drawing with a piece of silver on a prepared surface. Read more

ON THE OTHER SIDE is a video-poem by Tova Beck-Friedman. It lays bare the essence of a woman’s vanishing youth; her aging process is irrevocable revealing a deeply fragile and touching reality. Read more

Mexican photographer, Yolanda Andrade examines Mexico’s still life and night scenes. Read more

‘The Limit’ is a short poetic prose by Roberta Rhodes Read more

A poem by Natalie H. Rogers, psychotherapist, actress and poet who explores the effects of the aging process upon women . Read more

Marion Held is a figurative sculptor, but instead of depicting the body in a literal sense , she is interested in its representation as a metaphor. Her representations of the body evoke a sensual as well as an ephemeral aura. Read more