Thank you for being here!
We want to extend our deepest gratitude for being a part of our thriving community for over two years now. It has been an incredible journey of growth, support, and learning.
Today, we’re thrilled to introduce a new chapter in Where Are The Women Artists directory – the launch of our Monthly Guest Curation exclusively for the WATWA members! We have specifically designed this step to enhance your artistic journey and to continue providing opportunities for women and non-binary artists to be fairly represented in the art world.
We understand that you might not be ready for an annual membership commitment but given the importance of monthly guest curation and the potential impact of it on your career, we wanted to offer you a chance to be included as part of the curation.
**PLEASE NOTE** This page is ONLY for artists who currently have a Free listing on the directory. If you are currently a paid member, you are automatically enrolled for ALL the monthly guest curations as part of your membership and do not need to pay individually for this service. If you do not have an existing listing on WATWA and would like to be included, you are required to be become a member, see below.
Annual Perks As a WATWA Member
- Free Exhibition Listing on WeeklyRise (WATWA’s sister community!)
- Unlimited Monthly Curation of your work by the Guest Curator
- Member Discount Codes
- Access to Update Your Profile and Change & Upload Recent works (starting Nov/Dec 2023)
- Social Media Coverage
- Monthly Newsletter Highlights
- Community Get Togethers
Annual Membership Fee: $25 USD
One Time Guest Curation Enrolment
- One time enrolment for the curation of your work by the guest curator of the month
Enrolment Fee: $10 USD
Curator Of The Month
Theme: Family and Art
Shadan Saber is an independent curator and art collector, primarily focusing on emerging and mid-career women artists.
She is also the founder of the Social Collective, a platform established with the aim of bringing together like-minded individuals to exchange ideas and interests in all things artistic, creative, and cultural. This concept combines the sophistication of modern settings with the conviviality of the early 20th-century Parisian salons. The platform also features a diverse array of artists from around the world, with a particular focus on those hailing from her native Iran.
She has recently co-curated an all woman/non-binary exhibition, Echos of Iran: A WomXn’s Tribute, featuring the works of 6 Canadian-Iranian artists.
Feel free to reach out to us at [email protected].
We’re here to support you every step of the way.