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  • The Feminist Art Project
    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 GRIMANESA AMORÓS Momentum Women Art Technology Grimanesa Amorós Light between the Islands 2 2003 LEDs diffusive material custom lighting sequence electrical hardware 6 x 9 5 x 1 feet July 28 November 7 2014 Reception Lecture Oct 28 2014 5pm Mary H Dana Women Artists Series Galleries Douglass Library Rutgers University 8 Chapel Drive New Brunswick NJ 08901 Grimanesa Amorós is a renowned multi disciplinary artist with diverse interests in the fields of social history scientific research and critical theory who is known for her large scale light based public art installations MORE INFO Watch the 2014 TFAP CAA Day of Panels TFAP CAA Feminist 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

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  • The Feminist Art Project
    Islands Virgin Islands U S State Any Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Northern Mariana Islands Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Page 1 of 109 next K night Watch Apr 8 2005 May 15 2005 Exhibition Broadway Windows New York NY The Quilt Secret Paintings of Cassandra Jennings Hall May 12 2005 Dec 16 2005 Exhibition John Cotton Dana Library Newark NJ Emerging Feminist Artists Aug 20 2005 Dec 31 2005 Exhibition Mary H Dana Women Artists Series Douglass Library New Brunswick NJ Sarah Stengle Animal Nature and Other Works Sep 16 2005 Oct 26 2005 Exhibition John Cotton Dana Library Newark NJ Beyond Words The Books of Ilse Schreiber Noll Sep 22 2005 Nov 3 2005 Exhibition John Cotton Dana Library Newark NJ Neil Folberg Manet Morisot Friends in Contemporary Photographs Oct 27 2005 Nov 30 2005 Exhibition Flomenhaft Gallery New York NY Detrital Books The Eleventh Annual New Jersey Book Arts Symposium and Exhibition Nov 11 2005 Dec 20 2005 Call for Entry John Cotton Dana Library Newark NJ Oh Boy Dec 9 2005 Feb 11 2006 Exhibition The New Center for Contemporary Art Louisville KY How American Women Artists Invented Postmodernism 1970 1975 Jan 1 2006 Jan 27 2006 Exhibition Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries New Brunswick NJ Liz Ward Aqueous Jan 7 2006 Feb 11 2006 Exhibition Women amp Their Work Austin TX Anneli Arms Parallel Universes Jan 12 2006 Mar 21 2006 Exhibition Dana

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  • The Feminist Art Project
    scholars groups and presenters may post their national and international exhibitions publications and programs that serve this mission ELIGIBILITY All visual art media are eligible for inclusion Exhibitions films performances publications classes or other events with feminist art content feminist intent or work by any individual woman who identifies herself or has been identified by the arts community as an artist is eligible for inclusion The Feminist Art Project is interested in activities that look at the broader question of the impact of feminism on the art world feminist content in art and feminist analysis in art and art history There are no fees of any kind to use or contribute to the calendar TFAP does not promote the work of individual artists on its web site but rather encourages artists to post their exhibitions lectures performances and other art related activities on the TFAP on line calendar Please indicate if your event is accessible for people with disabilities such as wheelchair access large print materials sign language interpreters assistive listening systems etc Click the images to download and learn when to use HOW TO POST TO THE CALENDAR To create a listing Click on the link and create your own user ID log in and follow the directions to list an event Please do not send listings via email to The Feminist Art Project Listings are reviewed by staff and posted within one week of receipt Please do not send duplicate listings Let everyone know you are part of The Feminist Art Project Use the TFAP logo on your announcements emails and publications Click here for TFAP LOGOS HOW TO ADD A PHOTO TO YOUR CALENDAR LISTING If you wish to post an image with your calendar listing please send the following to tfap rci rutgers edu Your image

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  • The Feminist Art Project
    Claire Sherwood Pennsylvania Lucy Gans West Virginia Katherine Cox Baltimore Shana Goetsch Baltimore Meeting Nov 19 2014 Mid America Arkansas Alison Carter Kansas Rachel Epp Buller Nebraska Sharon Kennedy Oklahoma Molly O Connor Texas Frances Colpitt Chris Cowden Illinois Carrie Ruckel Stacia Penn Jessica Cochran Midwest Michigan Brenda Oelbaum Minnesota Liz Dodson Ohio Jennie Klein Wisconsin Deborah Wilk New England Connecticut Valerie Garlick Massachusetts Lauren O Neal Rhode Island Anna

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  • The Feminist Art Project
    Resources in Education FARE K 12 Reading List Links TFAP Blogs The Feminist Art Project RESOURCES FARE FEMINIST ART RESOURCES IN EDUCATION Lesson Plans Multi Media Resources Adult Education and much more K 12 READING LIST Suggestions for young middle

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  • The Feminist Art Project
    and Kathleen Wentrack SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery Press Release Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2013 2012 in Los Angeles February 22 25 TFAP Day of Panels Shares Stakeholders Saturday February 25 Coordinators Audrey Chan and Elana Mann Museum of Contemporary Art MOCA Los Angeles Press Release Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2012 2011 in New York TFAP Day of Panels February 12 Coordinators Julia Bryan Wilson and Johanna Burton TFAP CAA Flomenhaft February 10 Coordinators Melanie Herzog and Susan Messer Sonic Art and Activism Exploring the Ties Between Feminist Art and Popular Music February 13 Coordinators Kat Griefen and Maria Elena Buszek Bus Tour Art at Rutgers University February 13 Press Release Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2011 2010 in Chicago TFAP Day of Panels 2010 Coordinator Maria Buszek Press Release Watch the TFAP Day of Panels 2010 2009 in Los Angeles TFAP Day of Panels 2009 Coordinator Anne Swartz Videos of the TFAP Day of Panels 2009 are unavailable Biographical information about Day of Panel Coordinators HISTORY College Art Association CAA has been a Founding Program partner of The Feminist Art Project since its inception in 2005 CAA hosts conference sessions and special events originating from The Feminist Art Project as well as from CAA s membership that center on women s aesthetic and intellectual impact on the cultural record In 2008 the CAA Committee on Women in the Arts established a Distinguished Feminist Award which honors a person who through his or her art scholarship or advocacy has advanced the cause of equality for women in the arts The award was given for the first time in 2009 to the Guerrilla Girls We are grateful for CAA s generosity in providing meeting rooms publicity technical support and assistance that gives greater visibility throughout the conference week

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  • The Feminist Art Project
    work with artists teachers writers curators and venues to develop and promote feminist art events Interested web visitors can learn how to become involved with The Feminist Art Project in their own communities by contacting a coordinator in their region Does TFAP promote individual artists on the web site TFAP does not promote the work of individual artists on its web site but rather encourages artists to post their exhibitions lectures performances and other art related activities on the TFAP on line calendar Who is eligible to be included on the TFAP event calendar The Feminist Art Project aims to effect permanent change by focusing on the impact of women artists and feminism on the art world feminist content in art feminist art practice and feminist analysis in art and art history and other cultural arenas Artists groups and presenters may post their national and international exhibitions publications and programs that serve this mission on the calendar All visual art media are eligible for inclusion Are there any fees There are no fees of any kind to use or contribute to the calendar or to download TFAP FARE How do I list my event or publication on the TFAP calendar To post on the TFAP calendar of events go to LIST AN EVENT and follow the directions Please do not send listings via email to The Feminist Art Project Please allow one week for posting Who is The Feminist Art Project The Feminist Art Project brings together feminist artists curators authors and art critics teachers and other art and museum professionals across cultural backgrounds generations and widespread locations to refocus public attention on the significant achievements of women artists and the Feminist Art Movement TFAP s policies and initiatives are overseen by its National Coordinating Committee TFAP Regional Coordinators across

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  • The Feminist Art Project
    gift helps artists buy time space materials and equipment and sometimes recover from traumatic life events In itself the Award helps the artists feel recognized and honored by other distinguished women who seek no credit for the role they play The name of the grant program Anonymous Was A Woman refers to a line in Virginia Wolf s A Room of One s Own As the name implies the nominators

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