From Medieval times through the Feminist Art Movement to the present day, there are accounts of women overcoming adversity to create works of art and design. You will learn about some of those women here.

A Visual Biography of Sylvia Plath

Topic: Heritage //04-07-2017

Plautilla Nelli Painting Restoration

Topic: Heritage //03-10-2017

‘Our women have always carved’

Topic: Heritage //02-21-2017

Remembrances of Betty Blayton-Taylor, Studio Museum Co-Founder and Harlem Arts Activist

Topic: Heritage //01-23-2017

Long Seen As Victim, 17th Century Italian Painter Emerges As Feminist Icon

Topic: Heritage //01-12-2017

Carmen Herrera: ‘Men controlled everything, not just art’

Topic: Heritage //01-12-2017

For Ellen Cantor

Topic: Heritage //12-06-2016

Aboriginal Women Artists and Their Visions of Infinity

Topic: Heritage //11-09-2016

Good Eye: Women who made Hillary’s rise possible spent time in this Philly house

Topic: Heritage //10-31-2016

Restoring a Violante Siries Cerroti

Topic: Heritage //10-24-2016

A Lesbian Artist Who Painted Her Circle of Women at the Turn of the 20th Century

Topic: Heritage //10-10-2016

More savage than Caravaggio: the woman who took revenge in oil

Topic: Heritage //10-10-2016

A Counter Space Odyssey

Topic: Heritage //08-19-2016

WOMEN’S WORK: Scholars researching female artists in early-20th-century California find links to Philadelphia

Topic: Heritage //08-10-2016