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Women In the Arts: Drawing New Boundaries

© Uriél Dana 2017 [dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen I began my painting career artists did not have the luxury of the Internet. We sent slides to galleries and publishers, waiting weeks for our precious and expensive images to be returned in our self addressed and stamped return envelopes. Women artists were not welcomed as they are today. Luckily, …

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Discrimination in Art - Woman Artists

Discrimination of Women In the Arts

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]n the arts, discrimination continues to be a major issue. Here are some stats from Guerrilla Girls West, the conscience of the art world. 90% of Art Models are Women. 65% of Art Students are Women. 20% of Art Faculty are Women. Nearly half (45%) of all professional artists are Women. In “blind” art competitions …

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Interview in Narrative Paths Journal

An eye opening interview with Bay Area fine artist Uriél Dana. Narrative Paths Journal is a literary magazine focussing on new philosophies and ideas. You can read the full article here.

Writers Guild Foundation: Veterans Writing Project

Beginning  May 14, 2016,  I was chosen for a year’s tutelage with the Writers Guild Foundation in Beverly Hills. The Foundation is attached to the Writers Guild of America, who represent screenwriters & playwrights nationally.  I was fortunate enough to be one of only 50 people selected from applications that were received all across the US. …

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Featured Art: Central European Biennale, 2016

Bay Area fine artist Uriél Dana featured in the catalogue (in German) from the Central European Biennale heldin January 2016 in Austria at Castle Hubertendorf.   Uriél had 4 paintings listed in the book. You can see more of her artwork here.

Featured Art: Studio Visit Magazine Winter 2015

Bay Area fine artist Uriél Dana is featured in the Winter Edition of Studio Visit Magazine, Volume 32. Her oil paintings are inspired by San Francisco’s nouveau cirque culture. Uriél has said, “These are not just people in costume but represent a rich array of human talents that incorporate theater, literature, aerobics, dance, poetry and …

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