Women’s Center for Creative Work (WCCW) plays a critical role in Los Angeles’ contemporary art landscape, providing artists with a wide range of opportunities to develop and expand their practices within a feminist context. Founded from a series of community conversations on art and contemporary feminism held in 2013, WCCW is inspired by the historical impact of The Women’s Building in Los Angeles and empowered by the groundswell of support from local artists. WCCW is housed in a flexible, single-story building in LA’s burgeoning Frogtown neighborhood where it hosts an ambitious array of public programs and houses co-working spaces, staff offices, and a modest gallery space for exhibitions. The building serves as a dynamic hub for the organization’s more than 350 members while remaining open to the general public; special programs have also been developed to serve the neighborhood’s working mothers and youth
Thomas Ammann Fine Art initiates the ongoing Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné: Paintings, Sculptures, and Drawings project.