Discover Flatiron:  Pen and Brush

| | Written by : Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership  |

In celebration of Women's History Month, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership takes a look at Pen and Brush, the only global non-profit to offer a broader spotlight on the works of emerging women artists and writers.


5 Key Takeaways From Pen and Brush Panel on Women-Only Arts Groups

| artnet news | Written by : Eileen Kinsella  |

Last night's panel at the newly revamped, and stunning Pen and Brush gallery space in the Flatiron district focused on the question of whether women-only art galleries and organizations advance or impede the careers of women artists.


Women Rule at New York’s 122-Year-Old Pen and Brush

| artnet news | Written by : Kathleen Massara  |

When painter and legendary book binder Janet C. Lewis started Pen and Brush with her sister Mary in 1893, she sent a letter to female artists and writers, asking them to form a new association in New York.


Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership Profiles Janice Sands

| News | Written by : Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership  |

In celebration of International Women's Day on March 8th, we're pleased to introduce Janice Sands. She serves as the Executive Director of Pen + Brush, the only nonprofit organization that showcases the work of women in the literary and visual arts to a broader audience and marketplace.

List of Women-Run Presses

| VIDA | Written by : Kate Angus  |

Pen and Brush Literary Arts Curator Kate Angus went on a hunt for a list of women-run and women-founded presses. When she can't find one, she made her own. "It bothered me that this list—which seemed like such a fundamentally useful resource—didn’t exist yet so I decided to compile it myself. I didn’t want to exclude presses with some men on board, but I wanted to focus on places with a strong female editorial presence, either currently or historically....In that sense, I hope that this list will be a useful resource for women writers looking for places to submit their work just as much as for people who want to support presses and journals run by women."