Do You Have a Room, Garage or Other Domestic Space to Host A Feminist Art Project?

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There are commercial lists of art galleries online designed to attract visitors to the galleries. Our International Art Gallery e-list is for artists, with gallery submission guidelines, and includes artist-run spaces and projects, and alternative project spaces.

One such alternative gallery space, previously based in New York City and now hosting Craftswoman House Temporary Residence Project in Los Angeles–Craftswoman House, seeks feminist collaborators. Their guidelines ask: “Do you have a hall closet, spare room, garage or other domestic space where you could host a project? Have a curatorial proposal or idea for a show? We want to hear from you!”  Visit the Craftswoman House website here. Follow the project on their blog here.

 

 

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All art gallery submission guidelines as listed in the International Art Gallery Directory e-list available here and here.  Our e-list  art sales venues are listed here and here.

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Women Artist Registry: A Round Table Discussion

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Should there be a Women Artist Registry?

Women Artist Registry: A Round Table Discussion

Moderated by Fellowship Artists Sara Mejia Kriendler and Amanda Turner Pohan

Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 6:30pm
155 Plymouth Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Women Artist Registry: A Round Table Discussion at A.I.R. Gallery on Tuesday, June 23rd led by A.I.R. Gallery’s Fellowship Artists, Sara Mejia Kriendler and Amanda Turner Pohan, who will workshop the idea of developing a free app that would serve as an all female artist, critic, curator, and gallerist registry, and skill share. A critic, curator, programmer, and educator will also be present to talk through why and how such an app could be implemented.

The discussion is open to the public for questions and feedback so that these ideas may be worked out collectively.

Participants:

Kaitlyn Kramer (critic/curator)
Amelia Marzec (artist, educator)
Sarada Rauch (artist/gallerist)
Amelia Rina (critic/curator)
Joan Snitzer (artist/educator/arts programmer)

The gallery is wheelchair accessible.

A.I.R. GALLERY | 155 Plymouth St. | Brooklyn, NY 11201 | airgallery.org | info@airgallery.org | (212) 255 6651

| Wed – Sun 12-6pm

The Feminist Art Project Presents a Day of Panels at the Museum of Arts and Design

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THE FEMINIST ART PROJECT PRESENTS A DAY OF PANELS AT THE MUSEUM OF ARTS AND DESIGNSATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2015   FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  No registration needed.
 The Feminist Art Project (TFAP), now in its ninth year of successfully shining a spotlight on feminist art and its impact on art and culture worldwide, announces the schedule for a special symposium at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City. With an impressive list of participants, The Feminist Art Project will present a diverse set of panels that will be of interest to anyone curious about contemporary art and ideas. The 2015 Day of Panels will take place on Saturday, February 14 from 9am – 5pm at MAD. The panels, entitled Collective Creativity: Collaboration and Collectives in Feminist Art Practice, are organized by Damali Abrams, Artist; Jenn Dierdorf, Artist, Co-Director of the Fellowship Program and Development, A.I.R. Gallery; Kathleen Wentrack, Art historian, City University of NY,Queensborough. The symposium will focus on Collaborative working methodologies and how women’s collectives have been crucial to feminist art practice since the 1970s. As feminist practice continues to evolve, collaboration and collectivity continue to provide an alternative to the patriarchal ideal of individualism. This day of panels will explore both a communal approach to working in a variety of media and group support structures for women artists both historical and present day. Panels and Participants:*Collaboration and Collectivity: The Past or Future of Feminist Exhibition Making – Chair:KalliopiMinoudaki (Independent Art Historian) Panelists: DorisCaçoilo (_gaia), LaurenDenitzio (Artist; For the Birds), KateWadkins (Writer/Curator; For the Birds); Dr. Maura Reilly (University of Sidney),Ridykeulous (curatorial collective).Roundtable: A Community of M/E/A/N/I/N/G – Co-Chairs: Susan Bee (Pratt Institute; University of Pennsylvania) and Mira Schor (Parsons, The New School) Panelists: Joyce Kozloff (Independent Artist) Sheila Pepe (Pratt Institute), Kara Rooney (Independent Artist, The Brooklyn Rail), Alexandria Smith (Independent Artist).*Gatecrashing: Feminist Collaboration and Institutional Intervention – Co-chairs: KatGriefen (Rutgers University), and Meredith Brown (Metropolitan Museum of Art) Panelists: A.K. Burns (Artist and Educator), Jorge DanielVeneciano, (ElMuseo del Barrio), and the collectiveHOWDOYOUSAYYAMINAFRICAN?.*When the Personal Becomes Political: Creative Activism/Collective Intentions – Chair: Nina Felshin (Independent Curator/Writer/Activist) Panelists/Collectives: Anjana Malhotra (SUNY Buffalo; Visible Collective); Mona Eldahry, (Arab Women Active in the Arts and Media); and Dread Scott (Postcode Criminals).

*Power, Collaboration, and Lies  Chair: Katherine Behar (Baruch College) Panelists: Stephanie Rothenberg (University of Buffalo); Jeff Crouse (Odd Division/NEW INC, New Museum); Larisa Mann (New York University); Sydette Harry (Body Ecology Performance Ensemble); Liz Flyntz (Smack Mellon/Extracurricular).

*Encouragements with Dave – Performance by J.R. Uretsky (Artist) and Emily Dix Thomas (Cellist)

*CollECtive NoW: Artists on the Collective Present – Roundtable – Chair: Dalida María Benfield (Vermont College of Fine Arts; Harvard University) Artist/Panelists: Salome Chasnoff (School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Personal Hermitage Productions, and Beyondmedia Education); Celia Herrera-Rodriguez (Artist/Teacher); Davida Ingram (Seattle People of Color Salon); Jessica Resmond (MEI Collectiv); Beatriz Santiago-Muñoz (Beta-Local); Robert Sember (Ultra-red, and The New School’s Eugene Lang College); Sasha Sumner (Hungry March Band, Pratt Institute, and the Pedagogy Group).

For more information and to view the full descriptions and schedule, and location details visit

The Feminist Art Project.
 To obtain jpeg images and to schedule interviews, please contact:
The Feminist Art Project: 848-932-3726  ctell@rci.rutgers.edu

The Feminist Art Project promotes diverse feminist art events and education through its website and online calendar.  Website visitors can find exhibitions, lectures, artist talks, films, educational resources, and other art related activities in their area or to include in travel plans.  The website offers hundreds of links to websites of interest. The Feminist Art Project is a program at  Rutgers University, and is a unit of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. For more information about TFAP, please visitfeministartproject.rutgers.edu.

The Feminist Art Project
is proud to include on its Honorary Committee:
Norma Broude, American UniversityE. John Bullard, New Orleans Museum of Art, EmeritusConnie Butler, Hammer Museum of ArtMary D. Garrard, American UniversityChrissie Iles, Whitney Museum of American ArtArnold Lehman, Brooklyn MuseumLucy R. Lippard, Writer and activistMargo Machida, University of ConnecticutCindy Nemser, Author, critic, journalist

Linda Nochlin, NYU Institute of Fine Arts

Faith Ringgold, Artist

Lowery Stokes Sims, Museum of Art & Design

Gloria Steinem, Co-founder Ms. Magazine

The Feminist Art Project
National Coordinating Committee members are:

Judith K Brodsky, Co-Founding Director, Institute for Women & Art,Rutgers UniversityJudy Chicago, Artistic Director, Through the FlowerKat Greifen, Director, A.I.R. GalleryLeslie King-Hammond, Maryland Institute College of ArtCatherine Morris, Curator, Elizabeth A.Sackler Center for Feminist ArtDena Muller, Executive Director,ArtTableFerris Olin, Co-Founding Director, Institute for Women & Art,
Rutgers University

Susan Fisher Sterling, Director, The National Museum of Women in the Arts

Anne Swartz, Professor, Savannah College of Art and Design

Women Artists of the World and the International Foundation for Women Artists

Last week we started a discussion on whether a particular painting was “sexist” or not — and you can read the article and comments here.

We want to be clear that Artist Marketing Resources supports all artists! We support female artists and male artists around the world. We also want to avoid an Us vs Them mentality. All artists are important to us.

Participating in one group of artists does not preclude you from participating in other groups. Woman artists may join groups of artists or artist organizations consisting of both men and women. In addition, some women artists may feel the need to join a women’s group to connect more with other women artists to discuss their work or find a shared studio space with another woman artist.

Women Artists of the World, a relatively new site, will be one year old next month in October. The site has a Cafe Chat feature where women artists set up in-person meet-ups with one another–such as to get together for a cup of coffee if they live in the same town or to organize larger group meetings to discuss projects. Right now, in the Cafe Chat room, there is a women artist offering shared studio space in Paris!

Women Artists of the World is a website designed to function as both a community and an international directory. The site is dedicated to promoting women artists worldwide by allowing them to create a profile with pictures and videos to promote their own art. The site also works as a social network where users, female artists and art lovers, can post their comments, news, requests, and more.

The founders of Women Artists of the World, who are themselves artists, felt their site was far from being enough support for women artists, so they also created the International Foundation for Women Artists

 

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