NEWS and LINKS
February 6, 2016
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Washington DC - Look for details soon!
• Guerilla Girls celebrate 30 year anniversary!
• Nasher Sculpture Center receives gift to acquire works by women artists.
• 2014 Anonymous Was A Woman Awards
Feminist Art Conference 2015
Feminist Art for Social Justice
OCAD University, Toronto, Canada
Conference dates: Sept. 24-27, 2015
Call for Curators - New!
Curator-in Residency Program
NEW! List job and internship
openings on the TFAP calendar!
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.
List your events, exhibitions, lectures, artist talks, classes, films and other art-related activities on the TFAP online CALENDAR and be eligible to participate in the TFAP Archives. Get involved with TFAP in your region.
Find events in your area or to include in your travel plans by SEARCHING THE CALENDAR. Enrich learning & teaching! Visit FARE FEMINIST ART RESOURCES IN EDUCATION.
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 INFO
Annals of Herland, 2011,mixed media/paper, 13x13",
Sept 1 - Dec 10, 2015
Reception/lecture: Nov 3, 2015, 5pm
Mary H. Dana Women Artist Series Galleries
Douglass Library, Rutgers University
8 Chapel Dr., New Brunswick, NJ 08901
2015-16 Estelle Lebowitz Endowed Visiting Artist in Residence Chitra Ganesh is a Brooklyn based artist whose drawing, mixed media, site-specific, and text based works address buried narratives typically absent from the official canons of history, literature, and art. Ganesh is widely recognized for her experimental use of comic and large-scale narratives forms to communicate submerged histories and alternate articulations of femininity.