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Alumni Profiles: Nanette Fluhr

Nanette Fluhr has painted the official portraits of judges, clergy, and CEOs, as well as more casual portraits of adults, children, and families, and her work is in private and public collections around the world. In almost every case, her portraits begin with a conversation with the subject so that Fluhr RC’87 can get a … Read More

Rejoinder online journal now available

This issue of Rejoinder explores the Climate Crisis in our midst. The climate breakdown is causing rising sea levels, extreme weather events, and the circulation of new pathogens. Women and children, the majority of the world’s poor, are already disproportionately burdened by its effects. “Climate change,” as former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Mary … Read More

Making Care Count: Care Work, Gender, and Covid-19

Join the Institute for Women’s Leadership consortium on Thursday, April 22 at 1:00 PM for the symposium Making Care Count: Care Work, Gender, and Covid-19. Hear from distinguished leaders whose research, policy work, and activism are advancing our understanding of one of the most pressing issues of our times: the care crisis. The IWL has launched the … Read More

Healing as Justice Event Registration

HEALING AS JUSTICE with speaker Lepa Mladjenovic (feminist, lesbian, and anti-war activist) and live student Poetry Slam will take place on on Friday, April 16, 2021 at 5pm. “Healing as Justice” is a concept that seeks justice, healing, and reparations outside of our existing justice system and in a way that centers around the needs … Read More

Healing as Justice Poetry Slam: Poet and Judge Sign-Up

“Healing as Justice” is a concept that seeks justice, healing, and reparations outside of our existing justice system and in a way that centers around the needs and healing of the victims rather than the insufficient punishment of the perpetrators. The healing justice movement is a response to both individual instances of trauma and issues … Read More

ASAP/12 Call for Papers

ASAP/12 will take place virtually, in the interest of the continued health and safety of our membership, as well as in recognition of depressed institutional and fiscal resources. This virtual conference aims to bring about the fullest possible expression of our collective creative intellectual energy and collegial spirit as scholars and practitioners of the Arts … Read More

TFAP@CAA 2021 videos now available!

In conjunction with the 109th College Art Association (CAA) Conference, The Feminist Art Project presented its’ annual TFAP@CAA Day of Panels programming and its’ Affiliated Society session virtually in 2021. TFAP@CAA 2021 Affiliated Society Session, titled, Climate Relations: Indigeneity in Activism, Art, and Digital Media, is a dialogue between three Native Scholars creating avant-garde work … Read More

Women in Music Career Panel

Join Mason Gross School of the Arts and Douglass Residential College for a special panel discussion on women working in the music industry on March 7, 2021 at 3 p.m. Moderated by Music at Mason Gross-Rutgers faculty Maureen Hurd Hause and hosted by Rebecca Schaefer Cypess, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Cody Grabbe, Director of … Read More

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