February 10, 2014 — Voting in the annual AAUW Art Contest is now open!
Support women in the arts and have a say in whose work will be on our spring note cards. Go vote for your favorite member art today. http://www.aauw.org/contests/.
Go to the National AAUW page link above, then click on Annual Art Contest
Hit “Vote Now”
Enter your member number (it is in our roster by your name)
Click on the images you want to vote for (up to 6)
The works rotate each time you enter the site, and are listed by title only (not artist name).
We have three Branch members with entries: Pat Cairns (Notre Dames Des Pigeons; Barcelona Girl)…Paula Shroder (Cat Nap; Grape Testers)…Maggie Macro (A Fine Pair; Pretty Wild)
Since the open card contest began, 2 Atascadero members, Paula Schroeder and Pat Cairns have been consistantly selected as judges or had their work picked to represent the national organization. This year, new Atascadero member Maggie Macro, has added her work as well. The artists get bragging rights, the branch gets recognition and each of us get some pretty nice note cards.
Remember you can vote every 7 days. Let’s keep the Atascadero Winnnig Streak going!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy and research. We are proud to be a part of a nationwide nonpartisan, nonprofit organization with over 150,000 members and supporters across America. Since its founding in 1881, AAUW has examined and researched fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political.
The Atascadero branch supports education through scholarships to women students continuing their college education; raising funds to send middle school girls to Tech Trek camp during the summer and via STEMTrek (science, technology, engineering and math) experiences through the year; and raising funds for the AAUW Funds’ national education and legal advocacy programs. Our members are also active in community action programs, and through our Interest Groups build lasting friendships.
By joining AAUW, we belong to a community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so that all women have a fair chance.