Resources for Women Artists

RESOURCES FOR WOMEN ARTISTS

 

EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES:

Art & Art Deadlines
This art blog has the perfect recipe for art success with many exhibition calls. 

Art Deadlines List
Public art commissions, art competitions, art jobs and internships, art scholarships and grants and fellowships, residencies, art festivals, call for entries/proposals/projects, and other opportunities, in all disciplines, for art students, art teachers, and artists of all ages, all skill levels, in all disciplines, everywhere.

Café: Call For Entry
Find calls for entry and apply through this comprehensive website.

Entrythingy
List of current calls for entry for artists.

INLIQUID Art+Design
THE source for visual art in Philadephia and beyond.

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)
Opportunity listings for exhibitions, residencies and more.

Rhizome
Upcoming opportunities and deadlines posted by the Rhizome community.

 

GALLERIES FOR WOMEN ARTISTS:

Woman Made Gallery
The gallery’s vision is to ensure the equal placement of women’s art in the world.

 

GRANTS FOR WOMEN ARTISTS:

Barbara Deming Fund 
Funding for creative people who self-identify as women for individual projects. 

Astraea: Lesbian Foundation for Justice
Grant opportunity for LGBTQI people and organizations that are using art as a tool for social transformation.

National Museum of Women in the Arts
Library Fellows’ Award is for artists who want to create an artist’s book.

 

 

RESIDENCIES:

Res Artis
Worldwide network of artist residencies.

Rate my Artist Residency
Artists provide feedback about residencies on this site that also links to opportunities. Such resource lists as “No Application Fee” to “Funded Residencies” make this valuable to an artist in any stage of her career.

 

RESIDENCIES FOR WOMEN ARTISTS:

Feminist Art Residency Toronto (FAC)
This two-week residency will provide a platform to explore social justice issues with a feminist lens. 

Women’s Studio Workshop
Women’s Studio Workshop envisions a society where women’s visual art is integral to the cultural mainstream and permanently recorded in history.

A.I.R. Fellowship
This program is open to all self-identified women artists who have never had a solo show in NYC, or who have not had a solo show in NYC in the last ten years, outside of an educational or not-for-profit venue. Candidates must live in the NYC greater metro area or plan to live in the NYC greater metro area for the duration of the program.

 

OTHER RESOURCES FOR WOMEN ARTISTS:

Women Arts
A list of funding resources catered to women artists.

A.I.R. National Artists Program
A.I.R. has an initiative to create a national membership of women artists. Membership affords exhibition and other opportunities.

The Haggus Society
The Haggus Society is a group catering to creative feminists over the age of 40 who share a vision of empowering Woman’s position in the arts and society.

Professional Women Photographers (PWP)
A non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of women photographers through exhibitions, workshops and networking opportunities.