FARE

 FEMINIST ART RESOURCES IN EDUCATION

A portal to unique educational resources that utilize feminist art practice, theory, and history to enrich learning
and empower students, youth, and adults to use critical thinking and build self-esteem.

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Easily accessible, free, online gateway to curriculum and teachers’ guides
from proven programs that can be downloaded and adapted for use in classrooms,
after-school programs, community projects, home school projects and more.

Connects you to a comprehensive network of art programs
on women and gender being implemented across the country to serve
educators, students, individuals and families.

Links to websites and multi-media resources
that complement the curricula available on FARE and can be used
in creating distinctive hands-on class projects.

Reading resources on feminist art, current trends,
and significant accomplishments of women artists and topics of gender and art.

FARE CURRICULA

The Feminist Art Project is proud to partner with Center for the Arts at Rutgers/Camden; Kesa Kivel, Educator; Jillian Hernandez, Educator Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami to publish their groundbreaking curricula.

If you are aware of a feminist art program that you would like us to know about please contact us at tfap@cwah.rutgers.edu.
Fair Use Laws apply to all materials and links presented in the website.

 
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  Women on the Rise!
Museum of Contemporary
Art North Miami

Taking Our Place in the Art World
Kesa Kivel
Me, Myself, and Everyone Else
Saskia Kusnecov
in collaboration with Stacy Scibelli

 
         
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  Girl House and Beyond: A Facilitator's Guide for Empowering Young Women
Kesa Kivel
Never Give Up!
Ama's Journey to Freedom on the Underground Railroad

Kesa Kivel
 A Complex Weave:
Women and Identity in Contemporary Art

Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts
 
         
 

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES & LINKS

LESSON PLANS
Links to downloadable lesson plans on women artists and gender issues for a wide range of grade levels and resources provided by institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art NY and Women Make Movies.

K-12 READING LISTS
Suggestions for young,  middle, and  high school readers.

ADULT EDUCATION
A directory of professional development opportunities and syllabi of feminist visual arts courses offered at colleges, universities, and museums throughout the country listed on the TFAP Calendar.

MULTI-MEDIA RESOURCES
Connects to images, video, and printed materials on women artists provided by organizations such as the Brooklyn Museum’s Elizabeth Sackler Center for Feminist Art, PBS, National Museum of Women in the Arts, and many others.

LOCAL YOUTH PROGRAMMING
Contains information on gender-based educational opportunities for children and youth nationwide such as the Georgia O’ Keeffe Museum’s leadership program for girls and boys.

Find your STATE STANDARDS OF LEARNING

 
The Feminist Art Project wishes to thank the following individuals for their generous support of FARE:
Judith K. Brodsky, E. John Bullard, Mary D. Garrard, Lucy Lippard, and Ferris Olin.