2019 marks P+B's 125th anniversary fighting for gender equity in the arts. As a publicly supported not-for-profit, we provide a platform to showcase the work of female artists and writers to a broader audience with the ultimate goal of effecting real change within the marketplace.125th Programs Support
Opening Reception: Thurs., Jan. 24th, 6-8pm. This exhibition, curated by Alice Gray Stites of 21c, features works by thirty artists utilizing the visual languages of both fantasy and abstraction to claim and create space. Addressing gender, age, and sexuality; the evolution of urban and natural environments; the impact of technology, and more, these artists articulate profound, incisive, perspectives on current issues and conditions.Preview Exhibition
Amplifying the voices of women writers is our mission and we're excited and proud to share the first two volumes of our literary magazine P+B In Print with you. Both are on sale now!Read A Sample
Welcome to Pen and Brush's writing group for women! The Writing Circle gathers monthly to share work, offer feedback, network, and support members from drafting to publication.
Pen and Brush Presents… is a reading series founded by Kate Angus for Pen and Brush. The series supports the work small press editors do in identifying excellent writing, as well as supporting the writing itself, by featuring exciting new work by established and emerging authors. Each month, “Pen and Brush Presents…” features readings by three writers, each one selected by editors at a press, journal, or organization with a strong female editorial presence.
A series of conversations with art-world instigators. Victoria Selbach in conversation with Janice Sands and Dawn Delikat at P+B.
17 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week
200 WOMEN who will change the way you see the world is fittingly showcased at Pen and Brush, New York, an organisation which began in 1893 to support and inspire women in artists and writers.
What do a Supreme Court Justice, a robotics engineer, and a Nepalese street hawker have in common? In the photo exhibit “200 Women,” they are women “Who Will Change the Way You See the World.”