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LINKS & RESOURCES

  A Window Between Worlds is dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence.
  ARC Gallery a non-profit,woman artist run cooperative gallery in Chicago.
  Art+Feminism is a campaign to improve coverage of women and the arts on Wikipedia, and to encourage female editorship.
  ArtFem.TV is an online television programming presenting Art and Feminism.
  ArtTable a national membership organization for women leaders in the visual arts.
  Art for AIDS, UNAIDS, is an art collection created to recognize the role art has played in the response to AIDS. The pieces in the collection have been chosen to provoke thought and dialogue around some of the most difficult issues around AIDS.
  Art History Teaching Resources (AHTR) is a peer-populated platform for art history teachers.
  Art Institutions and the Feminist Dialectic aims to explore the unique challenges and opportunities presented by the exhibition, acquisition and preservation of feminist artwork by Ontario's public art galleries.
  Art Pow Wow is a social network and e-commerce website where selected artists can connect with their creative community, trade their artwork with other artists, and sell their work to collectors. It was created for artists by artists.
  Art Talk - WPS1 radio interviews features Women's Voices: Visual Arts Near and Far, Pt.1.
  Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice works for social, racial and economic justice in the U.S. and internationally through grant-making and philanthropic advocacy programs.
  Bay Area Area Women Artists' Legacy Project aims to both safeguard and highlight women's contribution to Bay Area Art.
  BROODWORK is the ongoing art and design project founded by Iris Anna Regn and Rebecca Niederlander to investigate the interweaving of creative practice and family life.
  The Center for Women in the Arts and Humanties (CWAH), housed at Rutgers University, recognizes, advances, and documents the intellectual, aesthetic, and cultural contributions of diverse communities of women in the arts and humanities.
  City of Women / Mesto Zensk is the Society for the Promotion of Women in Culture in Slovenia.
  Canadian Women Artists History Initiative brings resources and researchers together to enhance scholarship on historical women artists in Canada.
  Ceres is a not-for-profit, women artists run organization dedicated to the promotion of contemporary women in the arts.
  Color Resources everything you wanted to know about color.
  Craftswoman House is a new venue dedicated to fostering a dialogue on feminist issues through projects and exhibitions and is inspired by collective projects such as Womanhouse, paying homage to the rich legacy of feminist art in Southern California.
  CultureID is a portal for cultural work that explores progressive political and social issues, broadly disseminate information on socially important projects within the artistic/creative community.
  Etched in Memory: Legacy Planning for Artists, a one-day symposium and web resource designed to assist artists in preparing for and protecting their professional legacy through sound planning and archival practices. Aimed at visual artists working in all media facing with the issue of building and maintaining their artistic reputations and creative output. Watch Etched in Memory
  The Estate Project for Artists with AIDS is a resource guide for artists in all disciplines that discusses the need for and procedures, legal, and other assistance available for making wills, and other estate planning issues, including the disposition of works of art. Profiles of artists who have AIDS provide case studies of the problems and issues involved and how various individuals have addressed them.
  F-Rating is a new rating for films directed by women, written by women and/or with significant female characters on screen, in their own right.
  Femfolio, a historic portfolio publication bringing together twenty women artists who created the feminist revolution in art during the early 1970's. All of the works were created at the Brodsky Center. Artists: Emma Amos, Eleanor Antin, Nancy Azara, Betsy Damon, Mary Beth Edelson, Lauren Ewing, Harmony Hammond, Joyce Kozloff, Diane Neumaier, Faith Ringgold, Miriam Schapiro, Carolee Schneemann, Joan Semmel, Sylvia Sleigh, Joan Snyder, Nancy Spero, May Stevens, Athena Tacha, June Wayne, Martha Wilson. To view more images from FemFolio or to purchase the portfolio, please contact the Brodsky Center or call (848) 932-5244.
  Feminist Art Conference (FAC) is a Toronto-based organization that brings together artists, academics and activists to consider feminist issues through art.
  Feminist Frequency is a video web-series that explores the representations of women in pop culture narratives.
  Films for the Feminist Classroom is an online journal that publishes film reviews that provide a critical assessment of the value of films as pedagogical tools in the feminist classroom.
  Function:Feminism is a resource on the history of cyberfeminism.
  GAIA remains as a collective of women, for women, for the making of textiles, clothing, printmaking, painting, architecture, music, film, photography, science, the performing arts, writing, environmental, social and political activism: all things which colors the lives of the women involved.
  Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media is the only research-based organization working within the media and entertainment industry to engage, educate, and influence the need to dramatically improve gender balance, reduce stereotyping and create diverse female characters in entertainment targeting children 11 and under.
  Girldrive is a project by two women who interview and photograph young women across the USA, finding out what is important to them and what they think and feel about feminism.
  Girls Gotta Run Foundation (GGRF) was founded in 2006 to raise money to provide support for impoverished Ethiopian girls who are training to be professional runners, which empowers them to stay in school, avoid early marriage and childbirth, and gain economic self-sufficiency.
  Guenda is a collective of women artists with a connection to Oaxaca, Mexico.
  Guerrilla Girls on Tour is a New York City based touring theater company.
  Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center in Buffalo, NY, hosts a searchable on-line archive containing source materials and timeline relating to Hallwalls exhibitions and activities.
  The Heretics is the site for film about the Heresies Collective and archive of every Heresies magazine.
  idsva (Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts) is a school of graduate studies providing education in philosophy, aesthetics, art theory, and similar disciplines related to the visual arts.
  Inserts is a Danish website on women artist and art history.
  Imagining Ourselves a project by the International Museum of Women.
  Kore Press publishes and promotes excellent works of stunning literary value and innovation by a diversity of women, including those traditionally underrepresented in the cultural mainstream and to educate young people about the power of voice and effecting change through literary activism.
  La Centrale/Galerie Powerhouse is one of the oldest women artists' galleries in Montreal.
  Lilith Magazine is a Jewish Feminist Magazine
  The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art exhibits, preserves, and fosters the creation of LGBTQ art and artists, past and present.
  MAV - Mujeres en las Arte Visuales (Women in the Visual Arts) is a group of art professionals in Spain providing networking, resources and actions on their website.
  Momentum: Women/Art/Technology Directory is a networking gateway linking the public to women and transgender artists who embrace varied technologies in their artistic production, and other arts professionals who engage in critical explorations in the field of gender, feminism, art, and technology.
  Moore Women Artists, hosted by Moore College of Art & Design, this is a location for women artists and designers to share their ideas, issues and successes and learn more about the heritage of women artists.
  National Museum of Women in the Arts is the world's only major museum solely dedicated to celebrating the creative contributions of women.
  National Women's History Project, founded in 1980, is an educational nonprofit organization whose mission is to recognize and celebrate the diverse and historic accomplishments of women by providing information and educational materials and programs.
  nanomajority is interested in the various ways in which artists, writers, and critics intersect (or don't). nanomajority invites "residents" to work on a project on the site for an extended period of time.
  NAWA (The National Association of Women Artists), founded in 1889 is the oldest professional women's fine art organization in the U.S.
  N.O.W. (National Organization for Women) is dedicated to its multi-issue and multi-strategy approach to women's rights. NOW is the largest organization of feminist activists in the United States, with hundreds of thousands of contributing members and more than 500 local and campus affiliates in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
  n.paradoxa is an international feminist art journal exploring feminist theory and contemporary women's art practices.
  NYFAI (New York Feminist Art Institute) is dedicated to creating an environment for the training of women in the arts.
  POWarts (Professional Organization for Women in the Arts) was founded in 2008 to champion the professional lives of women in the art world. By offering an active calendar of events, panel discussions, and mentoring opportunities, POWarts helps women learn, connect, and build their careers.
  Project Continua is a web-based multimedia resource dedicated to the creation and preservation of women's intellectual history from the earliest surviving evidence into the 21st Century. It is accessible and contributable by everyone.
  RAW/WAR is an interactive, community-curated media archive that provides a forum in which users can upload, share their art and stories to collaboratively contribute to the history of women's art.
  Rutgers Inclusion and Diversity Research Portal pulls together for the first time the published work of Rutgers faculty working on diversity and inclusion research across the disciplines, highlighting the broad involvement of faculty and graduate students in investigating these important issues.
  The Seniwati Gallery of Art by Women exposes the world to Balinese women artists, encourages Balinese girls' creativity, and assists talented women to market their art.
  Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society is the leading international journal in women's and gender studies.
  Studio XX is a bilingual feminist digital art center for technological exploration, creation and critique located in Montreal.
  The Varo Registry is an electronic registry of artwork by contemporary international women artists.
  Visual AIDS utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists, and preserving a legacy, because AIDS is not over.
  WAAND (Women Artists Archives National Directory) is an innovative web directory to U.S. archival collections of primary source materials by and about women visual artists active in the U.S. since 1945.
  W.A.G.E. (Working Artists and the Greater Economy) is a New York-based activist organization focused on regulating the payment of artist fees by nonprofit art institutions and establishing a sustainable labor relation between artists and the institutions that contract artists' work.
  !W.A.R.: Voices of a Movement is a collection of archived interviews of pioneers of the Feminist Art Movement created by artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson over the last two decades (1990-2008) as she developed her groundbreaking documentary !Women Art Revolution (housed at Standford University Libraries).
  WARM (Women's Art Registry of Minnesota) builds networks and programming that create mentoring, educational, exhibition and professional development opportunities that reflect the diverse voices, visions and values of Minnesota women visual artists.
  WEAD (Women Environmental Artists Directory) is open to all women arts professionals working with ecological issues.
  Woman Made Gallery is located in Chicago and seeks to ensure the equal placement of women's art in the world.
  Women Make Movies was established in 1972 to address the under representation and misrepresentation of women in the media industry, Women Make Movies is a non-profit media arts organization which facilitates the production, promotion, distribution and exhibition of independent films and videotapes by and about women. The organization provides services to both users and makers of film and video programs, with a special emphasis on supporting work by women of color.
  Women Printmakers of Austin is an organization dedicated to encouraging artists to actively pursue artistic expression through printmaking and to promote community through annual exhibits, regular meetings, and outreach projects.
  Women's Caucus for Art recognizes the contributions of women in the arts and provides women with leadership opportunities and professional development.
  Women's eNews is an award-winning nonprofit news service covering issues of particular concern to women and providing women's perspectives on public policy.
  Women's Media Center assures that women and women’s experiences are reflected in the media
  Women's Studio Workshop operates and maintains artists' work-spaces, residencies, and workshops for women artists.
  The Yes! Association aims to create favorable conditions for artists whose practices and activities contribute to the overthrowing of male supremacy, ethnic supremacy, and of hierarchies connected to physical and mental ability, sexuality and class.
  Young Feminists Wire is an online information and networking space for young women across the globe.


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