The Feminist Art Project Calendar/Archive is a searchable, virtual repository of contemporary feminist art activities across varying media, from all over the world from 2005 onward!

Artists, scholars, groups and individuals are invited to post to the calendar their national and international awards, exhibitions, symposia, talks, opportunities, scholarly publications, programs and other activities that serve our mission of recognizing the aesthetic and intellectual impact of womxn on the visual arts and culture.

TFAP’s calendar/archive from 2005 through 2023 is available on The Feminist Institute’s website and is not editable. Our physical archives from this period are located in the Miriam Schapiro Archives on Women Artists at Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries.




    • Post online for FREE.
    • This is NOT an ARTIST REGISTRY.
    • All feminist visual arts related exhibitions, films, lectures, publications, awards, etc. are eligible for inclusion.
    • We consider the activities of individual womxn artists, curators, etc. who may or may not identify themselves or their work as feminist, suitable for the calendar.
    • Please use the online form. DO NOT send listings via email.
    • Allow up to two weeks for listing to appear online.
    • If listing predates 2005 or does not fall within the scope of our mission, it will not be posted.
    • If your event/exhibition takes place at multiple venues, list in the description or create a new event for each venue.
    • For Call for Entries/Papers or Job/Internship postings – List the ‘event’ dates as the dates that you will be accepting submissions/applications.
    • By uploading an image with your posting, you give TFAP permission to display the image on our website and use on social media. Images may be resized or cropped for visual consistency on the calendar. Please include the image caption in the description (artist’s name, title, medium, dimensions, and photo credit (if required).
    • Questions, need assistance or an edit? Contact us here.