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    Women and the arts

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    • Women artists

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    • Lists of female models

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    • Women in art

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    • Feminism and the arts

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    • Feminist literature

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    • Fictional females

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    • Women in film

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    • Women art historians

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    • Women's media


    • Women in music

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    • Otome games

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    • Women and philosophy

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    • Women in radio

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    • Women in television

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    • Women in theatre

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    • Women and video games

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    • Women writers

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    • List of stage mothers

    • This is a list of stage mothers. In the entertainment industry, a stage mother is the term for the mother of a child performer. Often the stage mother is the manager of the child's career and oversees their auditions, costuming and preparation for performances and negotiates financial remuneration on the child's behalf ... Read »


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    • Cassandra (metaphor)

    • The Cassandra metaphor (variously labelled the Cassandra 'syndrome', 'complex', 'phenomenon', 'predicament', 'dilemma', or 'curse') occurs when valid warnings or concerns are dismissed or disbelieved. The term originates in Greek mythology. Cassandra was a daughter of Priam, the King of Troy. Struck by her beauty, Apo ... Read »


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    • Bertie Dickens

    • Bertie Caudill Dickens (1902–1994) was an old-time banjo player from the community of Ennice in Alleghany County, North Carolina. Dickens was born in Grayson County, Virginia, but lived most of her life in Ennice. Dickens was raised in a musical family. Her father, Sid Caudill, was a banjo player and her brothers ... Read »


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    • Damsel in distress

    • The damsel-in-distress or persecuted maiden is a classic theme in world literature, art, film and video games. This trope usually involves a beautiful young woman placed in a dire predicament by a villain or monster and who requires a male hero to achieve her rescue. After rescuing her, the hero often obtains her hand ... Read »


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    • En attendant les hommes

    • En attendant les hommes is a 2007 documentary film about women muralists in Oualata, Mauritania. In this town on the far edge of the Sahara desert, three women practice traditional painting, and decorate the walls of the town. In a society apparently dominated by tradition, religion and men, these women unreservedly ex ... Read »


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    • Etheria Film Night

    • Etheria Film Night is an annual Los Angeles-based genre film festival for new women directors. Etheria Film Night was founded in 2014 by Heidi Honeycutt, Stacy Pippi Hammon, and Kayley Viteo, former Viscera Film Festival staff members. The festival screens a curated lineup of horror, science fiction, thriller, fantasy, ... Read »


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    • Femina Potens Art Gallery

    • Femina Potens Art Gallery

      Femina Potens 3435 Cesar Chavez Street Femina Potens (Latin: Powerful Woman) is a non-profit art gallery and performance art space located in San Francisco, California, founded in 2001 by artistic director Madison Young, which seeks to bring greater visibility and advancement to female artists, including transgender o ... Read »


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    • Filipino women artists

    • Filipino women artists started contributing to Philippine art when the Philippines was still a colonial province of Spain (1521–1898). They have continued to participate as art creators after World War II through modern times by either following the traditional way of making art or by departing from such tradition ... Read »


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    • Gender in speculative fiction

    • Many writers have chosen to write with little or no questioning of gender roles, instead effectively reflecting their own cultural gender roles onto their fictional world. However, many other writers have chosen to use science fiction and non-realistic formats in order to explore cultural conventions, particularly ... Read »


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    • Daphne Haldin

    • Daphne Haldin (1899–1973) was a British art historian and honourable secretary of the Society of Jews and Christians. Born in 1899 in Norwich to Alfred Haldinstein and Edith Haldinstein, she was one of seven children. Her father Alfred was a shoe manufacturer and merchant, and later became President of the Norwic ... Read »


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    • Kentucky Foundation for Women

    • Kentucky Foundation for Women

      Judith Jennings, Ph.D., Executive Director Sherry Hurley, Hopscotch House Program Director The Kentucky Foundation for Women promotes feminist art and social justice by awarding grants to individual artists and organizations, providing time and space for artists and activists at its retreat center, sharing information ... Read »


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    • List of notable women in the video game industry

    • This is a list of notable women in the video game industry. ... Read »


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    • Women in music

    • Women in music describes the role of women as composers, songwriters, instrumental performers, singers, conductors, music scholars, music educators, music critics/music journalists and other musical professions. As well, it describes music movements (e.g., women's music, which is music written and performed by women fo ... Read »


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    • Nana Oforiatta Ayim

    • Nana Oforiatta Ayim

      Nana Oforiatta Ayim is a Ghanaian writer, art historian and filmmaker. Her first novel will be published by Bloomsbury Publishing in 2017. She is the founder and director of the cultural research organisation, ANO, in Ghana. After writing extensively on contemporary African arts and creating numerous research and ... Read »


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    • The Plastic Club

    • The Plastic Club

      The Plastic Club is an arts organization located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1897, the Plastic Club is one of the oldest art clubs in the United States. It is located on the 200 block of Camac Street, the "Little Street of Clubs" that was a cultural destination in the early 1900s. Since 1991, the club's m ... Read »


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    • Power of Women

    • The "Power of Women" (Weibermacht in German) is a medieval and Renaissance artistic and literary topos, showing "heroic or wise men dominated by women", presenting "an admonitory and often humorous inversion of the male-dominated sexual hierarchy". It was defined by Susan L. Smith as "the representational practice of b ... Read »


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    • Stage mother

    • In the performing arts, a stage mother is the mother of a child actor. The mother will often drive her child to auditions, make sure he or she is on the set on time, etc. The term stage mother sometimes has a negative connotation, suggesting that the individual is prone to obnoxiously demanding special treatment for he ... Read »


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    • The Story of Women and Art

    • The Story of Women and Art

      The Story of Women and Art is a television documentary series, consisting of three one-hour episodes, on the history of women artists in Europe from the Renaissance onwards, first broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC Two in May 2014. The series is presented by Professor Amanda Vickery. Artists featured include Prope ... Read »


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    • Women and video games

    • The relationship between women and video games has received extensive academic, corporate, and social attention. Since the 1990s, female gamers have commonly been regarded as a minority, but industry surveys have shown that in time the gender ratio has become closer to equal, and since the 2010s, females have been foun ... Read »


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    • Visual Arts Scotland

    • Visual Arts Scotland (VAS) is a registered charity (No. SC006715) based in Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland representing approximately 500 fine and applied visual artists throughout the country. Visual Arts Scotland is a multi-disciplinary body that includes painters, textile artists, sculptors, ceramicists and photogra ... Read »


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    • Wendy Wersch Memorial Lecture

    • The Wendy Wersch Memorial Lecture is an annual event dedicated to autonomy for women artists, celebrating the memory of Winnipeg artist Wendy Wersch. The lectures take place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and focus on women in the visual arts as role models for innovative cultural investigation. The series builds awareness of ... Read »


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    • Womanifesto

    • Womanifesto an international art exchange program, based in Thailand. Womanifesto is a biannual artist-initiated event focusing on the work of women artists from around the world. It has gained international recognition and developed steadily since the first event in 1995. Through various activities, including art exh ... Read »


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    • List of women writers

    • This is a list of notable female writers. ... Read »


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    • Women artists

    • While female artists have been involved in making art throughout history, their work often has not been as well acknowledged as that of men. Often certain media are associated with women artists, such as textile arts. Women's roles in relation to art, of course, vary in different cultures and communities. Many art form ... Read »


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    • Women in architecture

    • Women in architecture have been documented for many centuries, as professional (or amateur) practitioners, educators and clients. Since architecture became organized as a profession in 1857, the number of women in architecture has been low. At the end of the 19th century, starting in Finland, certain schools of archite ... Read »


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    • Women in dance

    • The important place of women in dance can be traced back to the very origins of civilization. Cave paintings, Egyptian frescos, Indian statuettes, ancient Greek and Roman art and records of court traditions in China and Japan all testify to the important role women played in ritual and religious dancing from the start. ... Read »


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    • Women in photography

    • The participation of women in photography goes back to the very origins of the process. Several of the earliest women photographers, most of whom were from Britain or France, were married to male pioneers or had close relationships with their families. It was above all in northern Europe that women first entered the bu ... Read »


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    • Women Surrealists

    • Women Surrealists are women artists, photographers, filmmakers and authors connected with the Surrealist Movement, which began in the early 1920s. ... Read »


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    • Yombe maternity figures

    • Phemba, also known as Yombe maternity figures, refers to sculptural objects that depict the figures of a mother and child. Phemba are iconic examples of Kongo art and reflect the degree to which women are treasured in Kongo culture, not just for their fecundity, but as seers and guardians of the spirit. Kongo societies ... Read »


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