We are delighted to work with companies and organisations who share our vision to create a more inclusive and fair art world.
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Our partners include:
All She Makes is curated platform for women artists around the world. They offer a curated space to locate women artists from any corner of the world. They recently launched the Art She Makes Magazine to give more artists a chance at being published. Visit All She Makes here. We offer every All She Makes directory member a free listing on our database and directory. If you are an ALL SHE MAKES member please fill in this form and we will get back to you with a free subscription link.
Repaint History seeks to champion gender equality in art and in the process rewrite the history of women in art. They tackle sexism with a specific goal in mind, to bring recognition and awareness to forgotten female artists of the past through various mediums while supporting present and future artists to ensure this gap will not exist in the future. We look forward to working with Repaint History on an art fund and mentoring opportunities. Visit Repaint History here.
Subject Matter was founded to be the reverse of the scary-art world stereotype. Subject Matter believes that buying art is the ultimate sustainable purchase and that gender is not a genre. Subject Matter celebrates female artists and are sincere about changing the art-world narrative of white male gatekeepers into something more open, inclusive and beneficial for ALL artists. We look forward to working with Subject Matter on seasonal curations. Visit Subject Matter here.
Women in art have faced gender biases for centuries and women have never been treated equally in the art world. Today female artists remain dramatically underrepresented and undervalued in museums, galleries, and auction houses and the battle continues. Our Mission and Goal: To raise awareness about the inequalities that women artists face. Our goal is to spark conversations about the inequalities and to ultimately inspire change and action to help women artists rise to their rightful equal positions in the art world.