We want to see women represented equally in collections, narratives and displays.
- Women’s history and perspectives included in all museums and historic sites
- Art and design by women equally represented in acquisitions and displays
- Wider gender equality issues highlighted through interpretation, exhibitions and events
- Space Invaders Manifesto Launch, featuring: Sharon Heal, Sara Wajid, Nirmal Puwar, Dr Orian Brooke, Melissa Strauss 20/07/2020
- WOW Angela Davis in conversation, Women of the World
- Disclosure – trans lives on screen, a netflix film about trans representation
- A short history of trans people’s fight for equality, Samy Nour Younes, Ted talk, 12/2018
- Women and Power, changing the stories we tell ourselves, Melissa Ben
- The Art of Complaining, The Guerrilla Girls | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios
- Sonia Boyce – ‘Gathering a History of Black Women’ | TateShots July 2018
- The Hypatia Trust, books, documents and artefacts about women’s roles in history and contemporary life
- A Guide for Practicing Gender Equity in Exhibit Design, Exploratorium 2021
- Art Activist Barbie, When Playful Protests Indicate Gender Inequality in Art, Daily Art Magazine, 12/04/2021
- Unpack white feminism, Nicole Cardoza on anti racism daily 09/04/2021
- Feminist Museum Practice and the Misnomer of ‘Hidden’ Histories, For Arts Sake, 19/03/2021
- Taking On the Boys’ Club at the Art Museum, Sonnet Stanfill, New York Times, 19/10/2016
- Four vital lessons from 2018 about the history and art of women in our museums, Alice Parkin, 06/04/2019
Feminist exhibitions and good practice
Glasgow Women’s Library project page – explore projects and exhibitions that centre domestic violence survivors, activists, lesbian and migrant voices and wider women’s history.
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Dr Nirmal Puwar, Sara Wajid and Zak Mensah talk about job sharing and modelling feminist leadership at Birmingham Museum Trust.