FARE Related Multi-Media Resources

Links to video, audio, image, and printed resources on women artists and the feminist art movement.

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African American Women Artists: A Selected Annotated Bibliography, Smithsonian Institution
is a research tool regarding African American women artists that are frequently requested from the Smithsonian Institution.

AWARE: Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions
is an online resource complemented by a documentation center in Paris, the AWARE Lab.

Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art
website features the Feminist Art Base, an online digital archive of biographies and images of work by feminist artists.

Crossing the Threshold
comes out of an exhibition at the University Art Museum at SUNY Albany which focused on thirty-two accomplished 20th century women artists ranging in age from 70 to 95 featuring a virtual tour of the exhibition and biographies and a work by each artist.

Distinguished Women of Past and Present contains numerous links to information and book on female artists predominantly born before the 20th century.

Female Graffiti Artists
documents the history of women graffiti artists – or “aerosol writers” – since the early 1970s and links within the page to information on the artists.

The Feminist Future: Theory and Practice in the Visual Arts
videos of the symposium held at MOMA January 26–27, 2007, addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines.

Films for the Feminist Classroom (FFC)
is an online journal hosted by the Department of Women’s Studies at Texas Woman’s University, formerly hosted by the Rutgers-based editorial offices of Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.

The Guerrilla Girls
is a feminist, activist organization that is known for their anonymous taking the names of dead women artists as pseudonyms and appearing in public wearing gorilla masks which they wear not only to conceal their identities, but to focus on the important issues they are calling to attention.

International Archive of Women in Architecture
documents the history of women’s contributions to the built environment through collecting and preserving the professional papers of women architects, landscape architects, designers, architectural historians and critics, urban planners and women’s architectural organizations.

Iowa Women Artists Oral History Project
records and preserves the voices of women visual artists in Iowa.

Kiki Smith: Prints, Books, and Things
website created in conjunction with the MOMA exhibition Kiki Smith: Prints, Books and Things that was on view from December 2003 through March 2004.

MoMA Learning
has tools and strategies for engaging with modern and contemporary art, such as slideshows, worksheets, and other resources for use in the classroom or independent study.

Museum of Modern Art Multimedia Resources
includes audio from special exhibitions, MOMA talks, and more.

National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA)
multidisciplinary materials contain artists’ biographies, information about works of art, contextual background, and suggestions for classroom discussion and activities.

features interviews with contemporary artists, contains video footage, images, lesson plans, and other resources.

The Varo Registry of Women Artists
is an electronic registry of artwork by contemporary international women artists.

Women Artists Archives and National Directory (WAAND)
is a web directory to archival collections of primary source materials on women artists working since 1945 in the U. S.

Women Artists of the American West
features images, essays, artist statements, biographies and bibliographies on women artists who have made contributions to the art and history of the American West.