Contemporary Art and Feminism

Contemporary Art and Feminism responds to what we perceive as a massive groundswell in engagement and curiosity about feminism’s role in the development of contemporary art and its current relevance to art-making and analysis. CAF aims to be a major point of coalescence for this groundswell, to facilitate collaboration and communication that may grow into specific events and outcomes, such as exhibitions, online archives, publications, conferences and symposia.

The project is being steered by academics and curators with a long-standing commitment to the making, documentation, analysis and promotion of art practice and art writing which is informed by feminism and contributes to feminist understandings of our social and political realities.   Read More
Deborah Kelly, La Lucha Continua, 2016, archival pigment ink on cotton rag, edition of 30 + 1 A/P, 50 x 70 cm. From: Future Feminist Archive Print Set. Working with Sydney Trades Hall Collection, Victoria Trades Hall Council archives


The primacy of our ordinariness – ‘Inside-Out Sculpture’ by Rose Ann McGreevy
Rose Ann McGreevy 1945-2014

24 October to 8 November 2015

Curated by Barbara Halnan

Articulate Project Space

497 Parramatta Road, Leichhardt, Sydney
William Seeto

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ffA Program of Events
Wednesday 4 March 6 pm-7 pm:
Tracey Moffatt speaks about her recent work, SCA Auditorium, Sydney College of the Arts, Rozelle.

Wednesday 4 March 7pm-9 pm: opening of the Future Feminist Archive exhibition at SCA Galleries, Sydney College of the Arts, Rozelle.

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