Women's Center for Creative Work
The Women's Center for Creative Work (WCCW), is a Los Angeles-based network of rad women engaged in conversations about contemporary feminisms and creative practices. In its most tangible incarnation, it is an women-led creative workerspace. On a broader level, WCCW is an enabling architecture providing professional, emotional and artistic nourishment for female driven creative projects.
Since its founding in November 2013, the WCCW has built a network of over 1,500 women committed to supporting each other socially, creatively and economically and building the structures (physical and transcendental) that maximize connectivity and empower its participants collectively.
The project is simultaneously the work of its main collaborators--designer Kate Johnson and producer Sarah Williams--as well as a platform for the WCCW community's ideas, works and projects. Through its Nodes Program, it incubates projects by providing insight, consultation, and access to the WCCW network.
Read about one of WCCW's nodes--the Feminist Library on Wheels (F.L.O.W) in this Los Angeles Times article.
Downtown Los Angeles
Los Angeles County
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Nonprofit (donations + earned income)