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Cyberfeminism Index (international)
Cyberfeminism Index is an in-progress online collection of resources for techno-critical works from 1990–2020, gathered and facilitated by Mindy Seu.

Das Verborgene Museum (Germany)
The Hidden Museum was founded in 1984 and organises exhibitions of contemporary and historical exhibitions, but particularly specialising in exploring the work of women artists in Berlin of the 1920s and 1930s.

Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum (USA)
Permanently houses and presents Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party alongside a rolling programme of exhibitions, projects and events.

Feminine Moments (Denmark, international)
Feminine Moments - Queer Feminist Art Worldwide

Frauen Museum (Germany)
Frauen Museum organises and hosts exhibitions in its premises in Bonn. Founded by Marianne Pitzen, since 1981, the organisation has organised several 100 exhibitions on women's art.

Frauen Museum,Wiesbaden (Germany)
Founded in 1984, the site documents current and past exhibitions.

International Association of Women's Museums ()
Founded 2012 in Alice Springs, Australia - registered office at Frauen Museum, Bonn.

Kathe Kollwitz Museum, Berlin (Germany)

Kvindemuseet i Danmark/ Women's Museum in Denmark (Denmark)
The Museum houses the KiK (Kunst I Kultur) archives comprising documentation from the Women's Festival in Copenhagen in 1980 and owns works from the Danish Women Artists Association

Museo de Mujeres Artistas Mexicanas (Mexico)

Museo Frida Kahlo (Mexico)

Museo Virtual de Artes El Pais - Muva Project (Uruguay)
virtual exhibition of 11 women from Uruguay - curated by Director Alicia Haber and Editor Laszlo Erdelyi

Museum Anna Nordlander (Sweden)
a collection of feminist/ women artists work from Sweden

National Museum of Women in the Arts,Washington DC (USA)
also runs the Clara database on women artists

New Hall Collection, Cambridge (UK)
the largest collection of women's art in Europe ! The fourth edition of the catalogue of their collection was published in 2015. Foreword by Ann Jones.

Niki de Saint Phalle's Tarot Garden (Italy)

Paula Modersohn Becker Museum, Bremen. (Germany)
Historical collection of Paula Modersohn-Becker's work.

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