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•NYTimes - Study Finds A Gender Gap at the Top Museums
NYTimes - Testimony of a Cleareyed Witness Holland Cotter reviews Carrie Mae Weems at the Guggenheim and Studio Museum in Harlem. Check out lesson plans and teacher's guide based on Weems work in TFAP resource  FARE.

ARTnews Ten Tough Women Artists Who Stand up to the Bad Boys.....  
•  Honorary Committee Member Gloria Steinem receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom

Tribute to Anne Swartz
Anonymous Was A Woman Awards 2013
Fertile Crescent: Gender, Art and Society  catalog $45

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Carrie Mae Weems

Carrie Mae Weems, Untitled (from Kitchen Table Series), 1990, Gelatin silver print, 27 1/4 x 27 x 1/4 inches

Carrie May Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video
January 24-May 14, 2014
Guggenheim Museum of Art
1071 5th Ave., NYC 10128    212-423-3500

Carrie Mae Weems: The Museum Series
January 30-June 29, 2014
The Studio Museum in Harlem
144 W. 125th St., NYC 10027    212-864-4500

Use the art of Carrie Mae Weems in your classroom with FARE!

Watch the 2013 TFAP@CAA Day of Panels! 2014 Coming soon!
Brooklyn Museum, February 16, 2013

TFAP@CAAFeminist Art Resources in Education (FARE) Program Partners Links & Blogs  Regional Groups  • Donate
Honorary Committee   
Norma Broude, American University
E. John Bullard, New Orleans Museum of Art
Connie Butler, Museum of Modern Art
Mary D. Garrard, American University
Chrissie Iles, Whitney Museum of American Art
Arnold Lehman, Brooklyn Museum
Lucy R. Lippard, Writer and activist
Margo Machida, University of Connecticut
Cindy Nemser, Author, critic, journalist   
Linda Nochlin, NYU Institute of Fine Arts
Faith Ringgold, Artist, professor emerita UCS 
Lowery Stokes Sims, Museum of Art & Design
Gloria Steinem, Co-founder Ms. Magazine
   National Committee      
Judith K. Brodsky
Judy Chicago
Kat Griefen
Leslie King-Hammond
Catherine Morris
Dena Muller
Ferris Olin
Arlene Raven (1944-2006)           
Maura Reilly
Susan Fisher Sterling
Anne Swartz

    Founding Program Partners
A.I.R. Gallery
Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions
College Art Association
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center, Brooklyn Museum
Maryland Institute College of Art
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Institute for Women & Art at Rutgers
Rutgers University & Libraries
Through the Flower
Women's Caucus for Art
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