As if dealing with sexism in the arts isn’t enough, older women face another ism that gets little attention, ageism. Older women artists continue to be overlooked, ignored or presumed past their prime or ability. Our objective is to bust the stereotypes and showcase the art life of women over 50, women whose passion and exploration in the arts is as vibrant and as exciting as ever.

Ageism/Sexism FAQS

We Asked 20 Women "Is the Art World Biased?" - artnet News

artnet News has noticed that bias, both conscious and unconscious, is, well, rampant throughout the world-down the hall, across the street, on the other side of that cubicle partition. It's in the umpteenth exhibition not featuring a woman. It's in the evening auction whose top winners are, well, male.
Gadfly Online. Art and Prejudice: Dealing with Sexism, Racism, and Ageism in the Art World Get the Facts | National Museum of Women in the Arts Galleries Are Man's World and Micol Hebron is Keeping Score
What no one under 35 sees from Joanne Mattera
Age shall not wither her  Ageing is a goddam privilege Is the art world ageist? Fame, Fortune and the Female Artist

No comments:

Post a Comment