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|Perspectives: Women Artists in North America|
Features historical, modern, and contemporary art of women from Canada, Mexico and the United States. Available in English, French and Spanish.
"Explores how women are figured, fashioned, turned into portraits, and told about in words and pictorial narrative." Features a collection of historical images, video clips.
News magazine and information for feminists interested in visual art, feminist theory, art history, art criticism, art creation, and cultural studies.
|Intimate Circles: American Women in the Arts|
An exhibit that explores the lives of women as writers, artists, publishers, performers, collaborators, and community builders. Features essays on the Chicago Renaissance, expatriates, Harlem Renaissance, New York, and the Southwest.
Includes self portraits and representations of womanhood from the medieval period to the present. Each artist has a biography and an example of her work.
|Women Artists of the American West|
Features illustrated essays on contributions of women to the art and history of the American West, arranged by themes of community, identity, spirituality, and locality.
|Women's Causus for Art|
Organization that assists women working in the visual arts. Includes membership information, news, conferences.