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Best of the Web: History & Social Sciences » United Nations » League of Nations » Art & Photography
News, articles, and discussion of visual art and feminist cultural production.
Features 33 women artists, each represented with a biography and samples of her work.
"The only international feminist art journal exploring feminist theory and contemporary women's art practices ."
International, feminist art journal. Also contains links to numerous other women's art sites.
Profiles and works of Jodi Cobb, Karen Kasmauski, Maria Stenzel, Annie Griffiths Belt, and Sisse Brimberg, with audio commentaries.
Proivides a calendar of events, artist and period information, details on what's available in the Library and Research Center.
Written by Joan M. Jensen of New Mexico State University, the esaay provides a history and an evaluation of the women'swork in reflecting and portraying their culture to their own people and to the larger community and at the same time, making a contribution to the art of photography.
Web companion to two exhibits: "Stretching the Canvas: Women Exploring the Arts" and "The Feminist Art Movement, 1970s-1980s."
This online exhibit "celebrates the important contributions of women in the arts from Canada, Mexico, and the United States of America. The Web exhibit features historical, modern, and contemporary art." In English, Frnch, and Spanish.
Women Artists: Self Portraits and Representations of Womanhood from the Medieval Period to the PresentMore than sixty women artists are represented, arranged by time period.
A membership organization for women working in the visual arts.