Tag Archives: feminist art
Elizabeth A. Sackler

Cultivators of Culture: Dr. Elizabeth A. Sackler

Dr. Elizabeth A. Sackler is a public historian, Native American advocate, arts activist, honorary member of the Guerrilla Girls, and, according to the Women’s Media Center (WMC), “is transforming the public’s perception and understanding of 21st century Feminist Art.” She is responsible for the creation of the Dr. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, […]

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Brooklyn Museum

Summertime Offerings at the Brooklyn Museum

Summer is always the perfect time to really slow down, enjoy the longer days, and make time to experience all that NYC has to offer. There are plenty of outdoor cultural happenings taking place this season; from the Highline to Socrates Sculpture Park, there is no shortage of artsy outdoor attractions. And if you need […]

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A.I.R. Gallery Invites a Contemplation of Women’s Roles In ‘Womanhouse’

A.I.R. (Artists in Residence) Gallery has been advocating for women in the visual arts for more than four decades. Upon its 1972 induction, A.I.R. became the first-of-its kind artist-run gallery for women in the United States, and has since upheld its commitment to sustaining a space where women can showcase a diverse array of artistic […]

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creative time brooklyn museum

Creative Time Ignites Conversations Through Public Art

Public art, both the grand and the restrained, has the power to ignite critical conversations about social issues, and can make us look at shared spaces in entirely new ways. One organization that is dedicated to sparking these conversations is Creative Time, a New York-based nonprofit that was formed to support the creation of groundbreaking […]

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