"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 + Brush is proud to announce ArtLeadHER founder Mashonda Tifrere is joining us as the newest visual arts curator. Tifrere’s relentless work promoting and supporting female artists is directly in line our mission, making her the perfect addition to our roster of visual arts curators.Read More Submit Your Work
Pen and Brush is proud to present a large-scale solo exhibition of Michela Martello’s inspiring body of work. The exhibition title embodies the artist’s vision and is an intentional play on the empowering phrase the “Future is Female”, with the role of Goddess signifying a transformative rise in feminine power in response to our current era political and social era of uncertainty. For Future is Goddess the artist is painting a site-specific graffiti mural on the gallery wall that features three goddesses representing a mixing of cultural backgrounds, to which viewers are invited to interact by tagging.Learn More Visit
Download our #ArtWomenUnite Calendar in celebration of Women's History Month and join the conversation at #ArtWomenUnite!
In celebration of the first annual Louise Meriwether Book Prize, join the Feminist Press and NYC literary community at Pen + Brush for an evening of conversation, readings, and refreshments!
Michela Martello’s “Future is Goddess” show is in line with the feminist cause espoused at the fantastic Flatiron space occupied by Pen + Brush on 22nd Street.
Kai and Michael sat down with Janice and Dawn of P+B, and artist Tricia Wright. We covered a range of topics including the rich history of the organization in the support of women in the arts and how it has changed over the years to meet the needs of contemporary artists.
Amongst the stream of educational seminars held during Miami Art Week, one emphasized the importance of supporting female artists and dealers.
Three events will put racial and gender biases on display during Art Basel and Miami Art Week.