Institute of Women and Art

1:37 Institute of Women and Art – Rutgers University 2014
Estelle Lebowitz Visiting Artist in Residence public lecture | Mabel Smith Douglass Library
Introducers: Connie Tell, Director  of the Institute for Women and Art
Jorge Reina Schement, Vice President of the OIDI at Rutger University
New Jersey, United States

The Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities‘ mission is to advance research, and to document the aesthetic, intellectual, and cultural contributions of the feminist art movement. CWAH was operated as the Institute for Women and Art (IWA) from 2006 until 2015. It brings together Rutgers’ faculty, curators, researchers and artists to promote the study of women and art. The Institute supports and sponsors scholarship, research, exhibitions and programming on topics pertaining to women in art. As well as to promote the transformation of policies, institutions, attitudes and social structures. It acts as a catalyst for creating an intellectual community among scholars and practitioners associated with Rutgers University to cooperate with other feminist and visual arts organizations. It also advances the development of Rutgers University as an internationally-known center for the study of women and art.

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