An annotated list of art resources on the web, maintained by the Women's Studies Department of Northern Arizona University.
A site presenting information about the artist, and the combination of two complementary disciplines art and poetry, both equally important ways of expressing her creativity.
Museum dedicated exclusively to the exhibition, preservation, and acquisition of works by women artists of all nationalities and periods. NMWA conducts research and offers education programs.
A growing collection of resources on women artists through history, from the About.com Guide to Women's History.
Archives, images, photographs, sculptures, coming events. Bulletin journal, resources- slide kits and catalogue.
An online gallery of artwork and research material on contemporary international women artists. Sponsor of the Feminist Art History and Women Artists listserves.
Founded in 1974 by four women artists who were committed to developing an alternative space for artists to create new work and to come together to share skills. Learn more about internships and programs available.
Through recorded interviews, this project preserves the voices of women visual artists in Iowa reflecting on their lives and their artwork.
Presenting award winning women artists Lois Griffel, Karri Allrich, LaVerne Christopher, Elizabeth Pratt, Joyce Johnson, Sarah Bryson, Jane Eccles, Amy Sanders and others.
Shakespeare's Cressida is duplicitous - changeable.Scholars see similarities in The Artist's Model, Cressida. She is changeable - duplicitous. Kathleen Notman is Cressida - she portrays many different 20th Century Women.