The Arts have the capacity to inspire, to provoke empathy, and to spark a revolution. We at Pen + Brush have always believed these truths – through more than a century of national and international conflict, and periods of deep social change. Pen + Brush is committed to redoubling our efforts to keep the arts accessible and free from actions that limit, restrict or perpetuate the lack of gender equity and diversity for artists and writers.Our Vision Donate
Pen and Brush is proud to announce that our support of writers and artists is extending through the removal of submission fees. For us, it's all about the art. By eliminating this financial barrier it is our goal to further open up access to our exhibition and publishing opportunities to receive the art, poetry and literature of talented women. Submit your work today!Visual Arts Literary Arts
This fall, Pen + Brush, in collaboration with curator Mashonda Tifrere and ArtleadHER, will debut King Woman, a group exhibition will featuring the work 25 visual artists ranging from emerging to established creators.Read More
Welcome to a writing group in a venerable women's arts nonprofit. The Writing Circle gathers monthly to share work, offer feedback, network, and support each other from drafting to publication. All are welcome!
Opening Reception for King Woman, a group exhibition curator by Mashonda Tifrere.
Graffiti meets gallery art in a new show at Pen and Brush, a New York institution dedicated to promoting female artists.
The mission of King Woman is to prove aesthetically that there is freedom, power and an inner ability to rule each of our own kingdoms as modern day women.
Pen + Brush Gallery and ArtLeadHER Announce King Woman will include: Swoon, Lynnie Z, Carole A. Feuerman, and A.V. Rockwell
Italian-born artist Michela Martello draws and paints, more often than not, on materials that have previously served some other purpose.