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A.M.M.A.A.: The Archive for Mapping Mother Artists in Asia (Asia, international, India)
Set up in 2016 by Dr Ruchika Wason Singh, College of Art, New Delhi.

All My Independent Women (Portugal)
a blog which began as an exhibition in 2005 and continues as an exhibition project/archive and information resource.

ArtFem.TV (Austria)
a TV channel of artist's video/movie materials on art and feminism, created by Evelin Stermitz in 2008.

Artwomen.org (USA)
an American-based gallery and list for feminist art history, 2001-2006 (website deleted)

AWARE: Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions (France)
website/organisation to research 20th C women artists founded by Camille Morineau in 2014

Biblioteca de Mujeres Artistas (Spain)
a blog on books on women artists

Clara database at National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC (USA, international)

Doing Beyond Gender (Germany)
a new project about strategies, projects and spaces within art, culture and media which go beyond gender by crossing and transforming gender borders by Yvonne Doderer (also author of WomenSpaceWork)

Elles@Centre Pompidou blog (France, International)
(active 2009-2011)

estudiosonline.net : sobre arte y mujer (Spain)
a cyberfeminist project by Ana Martinez-Collado

European Women's Video Art (EWVA) (international, UK)
documentation and research project on women's video art in the early 1970s at Duncan Jordanstone, part of the ReWind research project.

Feminist_Art_Base at Elizabeth Sackler Centre for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, New York (USA, international)
Beginning with the artists in Global Feminisms, the database has expanded considerably in recent years especially on several generations of artists in New York.

Herstory (Canada)
documentation project of the Canadian Women's Calendar, 1974-1995

IOWA Women Artists Oral History Project (USA)
An oral history project of 79 women artists interviewed in 1998-1999

Judy Chicago's Through the Flower official website (USA)

Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Exhibits (USA)
from the Mabel Smith Douglass Library, Douglass College Rutgers-the State University of NJ,USA

Re.Act.Feminism: A Performing Archive (2008-2009), (2011-2013) (International)
2nd edition of an exhibition project and archive exploring feminist and gendercritical performance art from the 1960s to the early 1980s with a focus on re-enactment.

Re-Belles (France)
a blog on women artists and culture

Retracing the Feminist Art Program (USA, Austria)
a site exploring the history of women artists involved in the Feminist Art program in the early 1970s

Strategies for contemporary feminism: Exquisite Acts and Everyday Rebellions (USA)
conference papers from California Institute for Arts in Valencia, 2007

Testimonies: In a Female Voice (Czech Republic, Slovakia)
Testimonies: In a Female Voice was put together as a result of a team project of students of the Theory of New Media and Design at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, led by Zuzana Štefková and focuses on Czech and Slovak women artists.

Varo Registry formerly, the Women Artists Online Registry (USA)

Video Femmes (Canada)
film and video distribution, Quebec,Canada

Women Art and Revolution (USA)
Website for Lynn Hershman Leeson's film Women, Art and Revolution

Women Art Revolution (!WAR) collection: Voices of a Movement (USA)
Transcripts and video footage by Lynn Hershman Leeson, used in Women, Art and Revolution

Women Artists page of Women's Resource Project, North Carolina (USA)

Women in War (France, international)
an offshoot project as a small online gallery of a collaboration of feminist academics on women in war.

Women Make Movies (USA)
A non-profit feminist distributor of more than 400 films and videotapes

Women's Audio Archive (Marysia Lewandowska) (UK)
a collection of audio tapes of talks and interviews compiled by the artist from 1983 onwards...

World's Women On-line (USA)
a project by Muriel Magenta

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