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We hope that this website will be a place for you to find visual art and feminist cultural production across and between disciplines and geographical boundaries. began with two friends talking via e-mail, a feminist curator in Texas and a feminist art historian in Washington, D.C. We decided to use the Internet to bring artwomen together on line to talk about issues of current interest. We were then organizing a roundtable for the 2000 National Women's Studies Association annual meeting, and the Internet was a convenient alternative to meetings that must be attended in person. Since that beginning we have added a lot to ArtWomen. If you only have time for a quick visit, check the Website of the Week. The news page includes a variety of topic headings; please send your news for inclusion. The Archive contains art that has cycled out of the gallery area, as well as other previously posted matter. We invite you to volunteer to write reviews, articles and notes for publication on line. Artist Tee Corinne offered us her periodic newsletter in which she reviews new books of interest to feminists in the arts. You'll find the most recent newsletter in "About ArtWomen" in the News; back issues are in the Archive.
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