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Women Artists - A Minority

Are Women Still A Minority In Art Museums?

The Guerrilla Girls were a radical Feminist group that emerged in 1985 as a response to the under-representation of women in the Modern art collections of museums. This poster is the manifestation of the concern after an inner look into the modern...

2015-2016 Women And Minority Artists And Scholars Lecture Series | Virginia Tech | Virginia Tech

The Arts@VirginiaTech and the Office of the Provost has issued the annual call for proposals for the Women and Minority Artist and Scholars Lecture Series (WMASLS) for 2015-2016. The deadline for applications is September 30, 2015. The fund provid...

Women Scholarship Programs: College Opportunities For Women, Minority Women, And International Students

Gender inequality exists in some male-dominated fields, so a multitude of foundations, organizations and philanthropic funds strive to create greater balance in the workforce by offering scholarships and other educational assistance for the exclus...

Why Are There Still So Few Successful Female Artists? - Artnet News

What will it take to finally put an end to sexism in art? Currently this subject is back at center stage, thanks to the Maura Reilly guest-edited June issue of which collates the dispiriting statistics, and elicits responses from art stars ranging...

Get The Facts | National Museum Of Women In The Arts

Did you know? Only 28% of museum solo exhibitions spotlighted women in eight selected museums throughout the 2000s. • “The men liked to put me down as the best woman painter. I think I’m one of the best painters.”—Georgia O’Keeffe Only 27 women ar...

From 1971: Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? | Artnews

A version of this story originally appeared in the January 1971 issue of ARTnews. Another attempt to answer the question involves shifting the ground slightly and asserting, as some contemporary feminists do, that there is a different kind of “gre...

Women Artists Still Face Discrimination

Twenty-seven years ago, the Guerrilla Girls - an anonymous group of artists who use humor to illustrate gender inequities in the art world - surveyed the most influential galleries and museums in the country and found that most exhibited little to...

Women In Art: Why Are All The 'Great' Artists Men?

ere's a teaser. How many female artists featured in the top 100 auction sales, ranked by price, last year? Gemma Rolls-Bentley, an independent curator, decided to find out. One day, not long ago, she sat down with the 2012 list, "and spent a coupl...

Why Are There So Few Prominent Women In The Art World?

"Counting," the editors of the declared, "is a feminist weapon." They were responding to the latest numbers by the advocacy organization VIDA, which conducts an annual count of the number of women published in popular and literary magazines. 's re...

Redressing The Balance: Women In The Art World | The White Review

The East London Fawcett (ELF) – a branch of the Fawcett Society, the UK’s leading campaign for gender equality – recently gathered a body of statistical data in the form of the . This information was collated over the course of a year by volunteer...

The Lack Of Progress For Women In The Art World

Only 8 percent of the work that the Museum of Modern Art exhibits is by women. Only about 23 percent of solo gallery shows at top New York sites feature pieces by female artists. Women are consistently only 15% of the names on Artforum‘s, Art + Au...

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