RECOGNIZING THE AESTHETIC AND INTELLECTUAL IMPACT OF WOMEN ON THE VISUAL ARTS AND CULTURE
NEWS and LINKS
• NYTimes - 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
• Registration open to all - Online courses: Gender, Art & Society; Homosexuality and Visual Culture; Gender, Race and Contemporary Art; Gender and the Body: Representation and Pornography MORE INFO
• Enrich learning & teaching! Visit FARE FEMINIST ART RESOURCES IN EDUCATION
|Join with artists, curators, teachers, and other visual art professionals across cultural backgrounds and generations to develop and promote feminist art events globally and bring attention to the significant achievements of the Feminist Art Movement and contemporary feminist art influences, trends and accomplishments.
Bring widespread visibility to individual women artists and art professionals, and work to guarantee the inclusion of women artists in the cultural record of the past, present, and future.
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Princeton Public Library, Community Room
Women Art Revolution
a film by Lynn Hershman Lesson
Sunday, March 9, 2014 - 3pm
Post screening discussion with the filmmaker
65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ 08542
This film explores the secret history of feminist art, chronicling how the tenacity and courage of pioneering artist of the 1960s and 70's resulted in what is now widely regarded as the most significant art movement of the late 20th century. Introduction by Judith K. Brodsky. Co-sponsored by Rutgers IWA Momentum:Women, Art and Technology Project. EVENT DETAILS
Watch the 2013 TFAP@CAA Day of Panels! 2014 Coming soon!
Brooklyn Museum, February 16, 2013
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
Judith K. Brodsky
Arlene Raven (1944-2006)
Susan Fisher Sterling
||Founding Program Partners
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
|For more information contact:
The Feminist Art Project, Institute for Women & Art @ Rutgers
640 Bartholomew Road, #125A, Piscataway, NJ 08854, email@example.com
The Feminist Art Project is a program of the Institute for Women and Art (IWA), Rutgers University. The IWA is a unit of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, and a center of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI). IWA is a consortium member of the Institute for Women's Leadership.