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Biennale Women in the Arts (Belgium)
Website is a virtual gallery displaying artworks from women artists, and a framework for organising initiatives, events, conversations.Jemima Kulumba, founder of WIA, Barbara Crasson, WIA coordinator.

Bild-Rausch (Germany)
an internet project to present and network women working in new media, led by Ulrike Rosenbach. Site has closed.

Contemporary Art and Feminism (Australia)
Formed in 2013, based at University of Sydney, to explore and bring together those with an interest in contemporary art and feminism.

Faces: Women, Art, Technology (Austria, International)
Although the website has not been updated since 2013, and only older postings can be found there, the email list continues for current members.

Fast Forward (UK, International)
A Leverhulme funded research project on women and photography (2017-2019) today by Anna Fox and Maria Kapajeva.

Feminist Art Coalition (USA, International)
FAC fosters collaborations between arts institutions that aim to make public their commitment to social justice and structural change. It seeks to generate cultural awareness of feminist thought, experience, and action.

Feminist Art Local/Global Research (email list on JISCmail) (International, UK)
Set up by Katy Deepwell and Laura Leuzzi for exchange of information and discussions.

Feminist Art Project (at Rutgers University) (USA)
started in 2006 to list events and commemorate historic anniversaries in the American Women's Art Movement from the 1970s, continues as news service, archived site and annual day of events at College Art Associations' annual conferences. Aims to Recognise the Aesthetic and Intellectual Impact of Women on the Visual Arts and Culture.

FemLink-Art: The International Video Artists' Collective (International,)
Curators : Veronique Sapin and C. M. Judge, 149 women video artists from 54 countries.

Moore Women Artists (USA)
network for women artists from Moore College of Art and Design, Canada

Women's Environmental Artists Directory (USA)

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

Writing Feminist Art Histories (UK)
A blog set up around a one day workshop at University of Edinburgh (Oct 2012): further workshop planned for May 2013 in York.

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