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Resource List of Women's Museums

Resource List of Women's Museums

 

We hope you enjoy this list of Women's Museums. This list is still in formation, if you feel we have left a museum off of the list or you've heard of one that isn't listed here please feel free to contact us.

 

U.S. MUSEUMS

 
WOMEN’S ART MUSEUMS

MUSEUM/GALLERY National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA)
Location:    1250 New York Avenue, N.W.
                   Washington, DC 20005-3970
Admission: $10.00/65 and over $8.00/Students: $8.00/Youth 18 and under: FREE; FREE first Sunday of every month
Hours: Mon-Sat: 10AM-5PM/Sun: Noon-5pm/Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day

  • Mission: The National Museum of Women in the Arts brings recognition to the achievements of women artists of all periods and nationalities by exhibiting, preserving, acquiring, and researching art by women and by teaching the public about their accomplishments. To fulfill its mission, the museum cares for and displays a permanent collection, presents special exhibitions, conducts education programs, maintains a Library and Research Center, publishes a quarterly magazine and books on women artists, and supports a network of state and international committees. NMWA also serves as a center for the performing and literary arts and other creative disciplines.
  • For more information: http://www.nmwa.org/about/
  • Only museum in the world dedicated to celebrating women’s accomplishments in the arts.
  • Founded in 1987 
  • Includes Off the Beaten Path Artists exhibited: Juane Quick-to-See Smith
  • Intimate space
  • Frida Kahlo exhibition, only Frida Kahlo exhibition in D.C.
  • Offers opportunities to participate in creative programming
  • Founded by Wilhelmina Cole Holladay and Wallace F. Holladay
  • Includes a Library and Research Center with over 18,000 files on women artists of  “all periods and nationalities” and 18, 500 volumes of books and exhibition catalogues.

karawalker 

Freedom: A Fable: A Curious Interpretation of the Wit of a Negress in Troubled Times, with Illustrations, 1997
Paper, leather
by Kara Walker 
Currently on Exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts 

 

 

DATABASE Clara: Database of Women Artists

Location: http://clara.nmwa.org/index.php?g=artist_index

About: Clara® is a unique interactive database containing authoritative information on 18,000 women visual artists of all time periods and nationalities. The information in Clara® is drawn from the materials in NMWA's extensive Archives on Women Artists.

 

MUSEUM/GALLERY Woman Made Gallery

Location:  685 N. Milwaukee Ave.
  Chicago, IL 60642
Admission: Free gallery tours offered: http://womanmade.org/calspecial.html#gallerytours
Hours: Weds-Fri: 12PM-7PM/Sat-Sun: 12PM-4PM

  • About: “WMG is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that was established to work for the equal placement of women's art in the world. To effectively achieve this goal, art produced by women would be exhibited, collected and written about as abundantly as art produced by men. WMG focuses energy in these three areas by exhibiting art made by and about women, educating the public about women's art, and advocating for the equal treatment of women's accomplishments.”
  • For more information: http://womanmade.org/
  • Offers professional development workshops for artists

Woman Made   Celebrate Every Gorgeous Moment, 2004
handmade paper collage painting, acrylics on canvas
 by Cathy Heno Suffel 2004-2011 
Was on exhibit at Woman Made Gallery

 

MUSEUM/GALLERY ARC Gallery & Educational Foundation

Location:  832 W. Superior St. #204
          Chicago, IL 60622
Admission: No Admission Fee
Hours: Weds-Sat: 12PM-6PM/Sun: 12PM-4PM

  • Mission: ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation is a not-for-profit gallery and foundation whose mission is to bring innovative, emerging and/or experimental visual art to a wide range of viewers, and to provide a nurturing atmosphere for the continued development of artistic potential and dialogue. As a non-profit cooperative operated by a collective of women artists since 1973, ARC works to empower women by providing professional and mentoring opportunities in the visual arts. ARC serves to raise public awareness on various community-based issues by presenting exhibits, workshops, discussion groups and programs by, and for, underserved populations.
  • For more information: http://www.arcgallery.org/
  • For more information about gallery tours, outreach programs and special events: http://www.arcgallery.org/community-outreach.aspx

 

MUSEUM/GALLERY Brooklyn Museum, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art

Location: 200 Eastern Parkway
 Brooklyn, New York 11238
Admission: Suggested contribution: $10/Students with valid ID: $6/Adults 62 or over: $6/Children under 12 FREE
Hours: Weds: 11AM-6PM/Thurs-Fri: 11AM-10PM/Sat-Sun: 11AM-6PM

  • Mission: “The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art is an exhibition and education facility dedicated to feminist art—its past, present, and future. Among the most ambitious, influential, and enduring artistic movements to emerge in the late twentieth century, feminist art has played a leading role in the art world over the last forty years. Dramatically expanding the definition of art to be more inclusive in all areas, from subject matter to media, feminist art reintroduced the articulation of socially relevant issues after an era of aesthetic "formalism," while pioneering the use of performance and audiovisual media within a fine art idiom. The Center's mission is to raise awareness of feminism's cultural contributions, to educate new generations about the meaning of feminist art, to maintain a dynamic and welcoming learning facility, and to present feminism in an approachable and relevant way. “
  • For more information: http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa/
  • Regularly exhibits feminist art
  • Computerized study area
  • Space for public and educational programs
  • For information on upcoming events and programs: http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/calendar/index.php?event_type=EASCFA
  • Includes a gallery devoted to the women represented in Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party.

 

Sackler GalleryThe Dinner Party,1974–79
Mixed media: ceramic, porcelain, textile.
by Judy Chicago 
(Photo: © Aislinn Weidele for Polshek Partnership Architects)
Currently on Exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum

 

MUSEUM/GALLERY Ceres Gallery

Location: 547 W. 27th Street Suite 201
                New York, NY 10001
Admission: FREE
Hours: Tues-Sat: 12PM-6PM/Thur: 12PM-8PM

  • Mission: “The heart of Ceres is the exhibition season consisting of solo exhibitions and curated group shows. In addition to its function as a gallery and community network for women artists, Ceres presents a wide range of performances in such areas as music, poetry, and dance. Performance and gallery artists collaborate to curate programs for the season providing an important dialog between different disciplines within the New York community.” 
  • For more information: http://www.ceresgallery.org 
  • Program of the New York Feminist Art Institute 
  • Not-for-profit organization 

 

MUSEUM/GALLERY A.I.R. Gallery

Location: 111 Front Street, #228
 Brooklyn, NY 11201
Admission: FREE
Hours: Weds-Sun: 11AM-6PM

  • Mission: “A.I.R. (Artists in Residence) Gallery was founded in 1972 as the first artist run gallery for women in the United States. A.I.R. provides a professional and permanent exhibition space for women artists to present work of quality and diversity. A.I.R. is an artist directed and maintained gallery, providing a sense of community for women and serving as a model for alternative galleries and organizations. Through lectures, symposia and a Fellowship Program for emerging women artists, A.I.R. Gallery sustains a political awareness and voice, and brings new understanding to attitudes about women in the arts.” 
  • For more information: http://www.airgallery.org 
  • Non-profit organization 
  • For more information on programs and other opportunities: http://www.airgallery.org 
  • Fellowship program
  • More information about Fellowship program: http://www.airgallery.org

 

MUSEUM/GALLERY Florida Museum for Women Artists

Location: 100 N. Woodland Blvd. Suite 1
                DeLand, FL 32720
Admission: Adults: $5/Children: $3
Hours: Tues-Thurs: 11AM-6PM/Fri-Sat: 11AM-7PM/Sun: 1PM-5PM

  • Mission: The mission of the Florida Museum for Women Artists is to identify and promote women artists and educate the public about women in the arts. 
  • For more information: http://floridamuseumforwomenartists.org 
  • Includes a museum shop and café 

 

 

Fla MuseumUntitled 
Acrylic
by Alanna Vanacore
 Currently on Exhibit at Florida Museum for Women Artists 

WEBSITE The Feminist Art Project

Location: http://feministartproject.rutgers.edu/home/

About: “The Feminist Art Project is an international collaborative initiative celebrating the Feminist Art Movement and the aesthetic, intellectual and political impact of women on the visual arts, art history, and art practice, past and present. The project is a strategic intervention against the ongoing erasure of women from the cultural record. The Feminist Art Project promotes diverse feminist art events, education and publications through its website and online calendar and facilitates networking and regional program development worldwide.”

 

WOMEN’S GENERAL MUSEUMS

 

MUSEUM The Women’s Museum: An Institute for the Future

Location: 3800 Parry Avenue
 Dallas, TX 75226
Admission: Adults: $5/ Senior Citizens and Students 13-18: $4/ Students 5-12: $3/ Kids under 5: FREE
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday: 12PM-5PM

  • About: “A Smithsonian affiliate, The Women's Museum™: An Institute for the Future makes visible the unique, textured, and diverse stories of American women. Using the latest technology and interactive media, the Museum's exhibits and programs expand our understanding of women's participation in shaping our nation's history and create a lively environment for dialogue and discovery. Thousands of stories recount public and private triumphs and the struggles of those who would be denied their freedoms in all its forms: political, social, and spiritual.” 
  • Offers educational programs for youth and adults/ 
  • Offers creative programs for youth and adults 
  • For more information: http://www.thewomensmuseum.org

 

MUSEUM Women’s Museum of California

Location: 2323 Broadway, Suite 107
 San Diego, CA 92102
Admission: Regular: $5/ Seniors and Students: $3
Hours: Tuesday-Sat: 12PM-4PM

  • About: “The Women's History Museum and Educational Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 1983 as the Women's History Reclamation Project. It was the life-long dream of its founder, Mary B. Maschal, and other women who realized that women were not included in the mainstream version of history. Mary B. Maschal spent a good part of her life collecting and preserving many historic artifacts that exemplify and document the life histories and achievements of many women, in both the United States and abroad.” 
  • Mission  “Our mission is to educate and inspire present and future generations about the experiences and contributions of women by collecting, preserving and interpreting the evidence of that experience.” 
  • Includes the Helen Hawkins Memorial Research Library 
  • For more information: http://www.womensmuseumca.org 

 

MUSEUM ONLINE ONLY National Women’s History Museum

Location: http://nwhm.org

  • About: “The National Women’s History Museum (NWHM), founded in 1996, is a nonpartisan, nonprofit educational institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and celebrating the diverse historic contributions of women, and integrating this rich heritage fully into our nation's history. NWHM is a 501(c)(3) organization. Although women constitute a majority of the population, their lives, achievements, and contributions are underrepresented in museums. Recognition of the achievements made by American women will promote a better understanding of our history and culture for all who visit Washington, D.C. In 1999, The President’s Commission on the Celebration of Women in American History called for a women’s history museum on the Mall in Washington, DC, and specifically cited the NWHM in that role.”
  • For more information: http://www.nwhm.org 
  • Mission  “The National Women's History Museum affirms the value of knowing Women's History, illuminates the role of women in transforming society and encourages all people, women and men, to participate in democratic dialogue about our future.”
  • Includes the Helen Hawkins Memorial Research Library 
  • Includes online exhibits and education resources 

 

MUSEUM National Women’s Hall of Fame

Location: 76 Fall Street
               Seneca Falls, NY 13148
Admission: Adults: $3/ Students and Seniors (65+): $1.50/Families: $7/Children 5 and under: FREE
Hours: May-September-Mon.-Sat: 10AM-5PM/Sun: 12PM-5PM, October-April-Weds-Sat: 11AM-5PM/Sun-Tues: Closed

  • Mission: “We are achieving our mission in a variety of ways while preserving our historical roots through the induction of great women into the Hall of Fame.  Our comprehensive programming and multiple organizational venues give potential members and supporters several ways to become engaged with the Hall and the Inductees, both now and in the future. The National Women’s Hall of Fame is at a dynamic evolutionary place in its history.  We are excited about its potential, but most excited about the expansiveness of our vision and its anticipated impact upon women’s lives—past, present and future.”
  • For more information: http://www.greatwomen.org
  • For information on special events and programs: http://www.greatwomen.org/news-and-events/event-calendar
Site includes application for nomination: http://www.greatwomen.org/women-of-the-hall/nominate

 

MUSEUM ONLINE ONLY International Museum of Women

Location: http://www.imow.org

  • Mission: “The mission of I.M.O.W. is to value the lives of women around the world. I.M.O.W. is a groundbreaking social change museum that inspires global action, connects people across borders and transforms hearts and minds by amplifying the voices of women worldwide through global online exhibitions, history, the arts and cultural programs that educate, create dialogue and build community. With its unique focus on cultural change, I.M.O.W. advances the human right to gender equity worldwide.”
  • Holds international, national and local partnerships: http://www.imow.org/about/partnerships/index

 

Paula ObeAfterbirth
Mixed media presentation
by Paula Obe
Currently on Exhibit in the International Museum of Women

 

 

MUSEUM Sewall-Belmont House & Museum

Location: 144 Constitution Avenue, NE
                Washington, D.C. 20002-5608
Admission: FREE
Hours: Weds-Sun: 12PM-5PM

  • Mission: “The Sewall-Belmont House & Museum, on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, celebrates women’s progress toward equality—and explores the evolving role of women and their contributions to society—through educational programs, tours, exhibits, research and publications. The historic National Woman’s Party (NWP), a leader in the campaign for equal rights and women’s suffrage, owns, maintains and interprets the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum. One of the premier women’s history sites in the country, this National Historic Landmark houses an extensive collection of suffrage banners, archives and artifacts documenting the continuing effort by women and men of all races, religions and backgrounds to win voting rights and equality for women under the law.. The Sewall-Belmont House & Museum and the National Woman’s Party are committed to preserving the legacy of Alice Paul, founder of the NWP and author of the Equal Rights Amendment, and telling the untold stories for the benefit of scholars, current and future generations of Americans, and all the world’s citizens.”
  • For more information: http://www.sewallbelmont.org

 

MUSEUM Susan B. Anthony House

 Location: 19 Madison Street
                 Rochester, NY 14608
Admission: Adult: $10/ 62 & over: $8/ Student: $5/ 12 & under: $5
Hours: Tues-Sun: 11AM-5PM 

  • Mission: “The Susan B. Anthony House and museum preserves the National Historic Landmark where the great reformer lived for 40 of her most politically active years, collects and exhibits artifacts related to her life and work, and offers programs through its Learning Center that challenge individuals to make a positive difference in their lives and communities.”
  • For more information: http://susanbanthonyhouse.org/index.php
  • For information on programs: http://susanbanthonyhouse.org/programs/main.php

 

MUSEUM Jane Addams Hull-House Museum

Location: 800 S. Halsted (M/C 051)
 Chicago, IL 60607
Admission: Free
Hours: Tues-Fri: 10 AM-4PM/Sun: 12PM-4PM

  • About: “Founded in 1889 as a social settlement, Hull-House played a vital role in redefining American democracy in the modern age. Addams and the residents of Hull-House helped pass critical legislation and influenced public policy on public health and education, free speech, fair labor practices, immigrants’ rights, recreation and public space, arts, and philanthropy. Hull-House has long been a center of Chicago’s political and cultural life, establishing Chicago’s first public playground and public art gallery, helping to desegregate the Chicago Public Schools, and influencing philanthropy and culture.
  • For more information: http://www.uic.edu/jaddams/hull/_museum/visitors.html
  • For information on programs: http://www.uic.edu/jaddams/hull/_programsevents/programsevents.html

 

PARK Women’s Rights National Historic Park

Location: 136 Fall Street
               Seneca Falls, New York      
Admission: FREE
Hours: Daily: 9AM-5PM

 

Women's Rights The First Wave
bronze sculpture 
by Lloyd Lily
currently on exhibit at the Women's Rights National Historic Park 

 

 

 

MUSEUM Women’s History Bus Tour: Near West Side and Pilsen/Jane Addams Hull-House Museum

Location: 800 S. Halsted (M/C 051)
                Chicago, IL 60607
Admission: Free
Hours: Tues-Fri: 10 AM-4PM/Sun: 12PM-4PM

  • Mission: “The Women’s History Bust Tour focuses on women’s imprint on the social fabric and life found on the Near West Side and in Pilsen. Women have influenced religious, educational, and health care institutions; businesses; and activist and service organizations. With Hull-House as a reference point, the tour also highlights changes in the ethnic composition of the neighborhood---from Germans, Irish, and Bohemian groups being replaced by Eastern European Jews and Italians, followed by African Americans and Mexicans.”
  • For more information: http://www.uic.edu/jaddams/hull/_museum/_tours/WHbustour/index.html
  • Tour sites:
    • Jane Addams Hull-House Museum and Resident’s Dining Hall
    • Chicago Fire Academy
    • University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Children’s Center
    • St. Francis of Assisi Church
    • 16th Street Viaduct
    • Casa Aztlan
    • Decima Musa
    • St. Pius Church
    • Harrison Park
    • Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum
    • Guadalupe Reyes Center of El Valor
    • Gads Hill Settlement
    • “Plezensky Sokol”
    • Mujeres Latinas en Accion
    • Orzoco Fine Arts School
    • “Homage to the Women of Mexico
    • St. Procopius Church
    • Thalia Hall
    • ALBA Homes
    • UIC National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health
    • Cook County Juvenile Center
    • West Side Future
    • Ferrara Pastry Shop
    • UIC College of Nursing
    • John H. Stroger Hospital
    • (former) Cook County Hospital
    • St. Basil Greek Orthodox Church
    • Our Lady of Pompeii
    • Notre Dame de Chicago
    • (former) Madonna Center
    • Jane Addams Public Housing Project
    • Florence Scala’s home

 

SPECIALTY WOMEN’S MUSEUMS

 

MUSEUM International Women’s Air & Space Museum

Location: 1501 N. Marginal Road
                Cleveland, OH 44114-3726
Admission: FREE
Hours: 8AM-7PM daily

  • Mission “The International Women’s Air and Space Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the history of women in aviation and space and the documentation of their continuing contributions today and in the future.” 
  • Includes educational classes and programs year round. 
  • Offers engineering summer camps that encourage high school girls to consider careers in science 
  • Offers educational programs through the Joan L. Hrubec Aviation Education Center 
  • Research and collections available 
  • For information on events and programs: http://iwasm.org/wp-blog/calendar/ 

 

MUSEUM Civil War Museum: Women’s Civil War Museum

Location: 310 E. Broadway
                Bardstown, KY 40004
Admission:  Adults: $4/ Children 7-12 years old: $2/ Children 7 and under: FREE
Hours: Mon-Sun: 10AM-5PM

  • “The WOMEN’S CIVIL WAR MUSEUM depicts the role women played during the Civil War. Many were nurses, some were even spies and soldiers, while many, of course, sustained the home life while their husbands fought at the battlefront. There are many original dresses on display, numerous other artifacts and countless stories that are told.” 
  • For more information: http://www.civil-war-museum.org/about.html 

 


MUSEUM United States Army Women’s Museum

Location: 2100 “A” Avenue
 Fort Lee, VA 23801
Admission:  FREE
Hours: Tues-Fri: 10AM-5PM/Sat: 11AM-5PM

  • Mission: “The U.S. Army Women's Museum serves as an educational institution, providing military history training and instruction to soldiers, veterans and the civilian community. The museum is the custodian and repository of artifacts and archival material pertaining to the service of women across all branches and organizations of the U.S. Army from inception to the present day. The museum collects, preserves, manages, interprets and exhibits these unique artifacts as a means to provide training and educational outreach.” 
  • For more information: http://www.awm.lee.army.mil/awm_about.html 
  • More information about exhibitions: http://www.awm.lee.army.mil/awm_permanent_exhibits.html 
  • More information about programs: http://www.awm.lee.army.mil/awm_schools_programs.html 

 

postalThe 6888th Postal Battalion, the only female African-American WAC unit sent overseas in WWII, 
depicts their experience as they sort through millions of pieces of mail in France.
Currently on exhibit at the United States Army Women’s Museum

 

MUSEUM Women at Work Museum

Location: 2100 “A” Avenue
                Fort Lee, VA 23801
Admission:  FREE
Hours: Saturdays 11AM-4PM 

  • Mission: “Honor the achievements of women throughout history, provide educational programs that promote leadership, economic independence, and expertise in math, science, engineering and technology.”
  • About: “Through art, music, dance, photographs, film, stories, living history and interactive activities, the Museum presents exciting and engaging exhibits, and educational programs that inform, entertain, and inspire. Business, historical, educational, cultural, community, and governmental organizations are organizing exhibits and programs. Topics include women pilots, astronauts, seafarers, inventors, entrepreneurs, artists, writers, and athletes as well as women in the military and in the media. While the women featured in the Women at Work Museum may not be listed in history books, this in no way diminishes their real role in history, their commitment to intellectual challenges, and their contributions to the communities in which they lived and worked. As leaders, regardless of recognition or reward, they pursued their interests and made significant advances in math, science, engineering, and technology. As an educational center, the Museum presents to visitors the full scope of the achievement of women today as well as in the past.

Since opening, Nancy Young, president of the Attleboro Jewelry Makers, has provided approximately 3,000 square feet of space  for the Museum, which is located in downtown Attleboro and easily accessible to interstate highway.”


MUSEUM Women of the West at the Autry National Center

Location: 4700 Western Heritage Way
                Los Angeles, CA 90027-1462
Admission: Adults: $10.00/Students and Seniors: $6.00/Children: $4.00/Children under 3: free
Hours: Tues-Fri: 10 AM-4PM/Sat-Sun: 11PM-5PM

guitar at autry Patsy Montana's Guitar 
Wood acoustic guitar made by the Larson Brothers, circa 1937. 
currently on online exhibit at the Autry National Center 

 

MUSEUM Pioneer Woman Museum

Location: 701 Monument Road
                Ponca City, OK 75604
Admission: Adults: $4.00/Seniors (65+): $3.50/Students (6-18): $1.00/Children under 6: free
Hours: Tues-Sat: 10AM-5PM

  • About: “The Pioneer Woman Museum showcases the history of women in Oklahoma and their influence on the development of the state and nation and preserves the legacy of women from all races, creeds, and nationalities who have made significant contributions to the history of Oklahoma. The world-famous 30 ft. tall bronze statue commemorating the heroic character of the women who braved dangers and hardships to settle in Oklahoma is featured.
In 1957, ground was broken for construction of a 3000 sq. ft. museum to feature the relics of pioneer life. The Pioneer Woman Museum was dedicated on September 16, 1958, with a dedicatory address by Governor Raymond Gary. In 1991 the Pioneer Woman Museum came under the direction of the Oklahoma Historical Society and in 1996, a major expansion project began. The Pioneer Woman Museum was rededicated in April 1998 with the completion of the expansion project, adding 7000 sq. ft. (for a total of 10,000 sq. ft.) to the building. 

The Pioneer Woman now features exhibits showcasing women who have pioneered in various fields throughout Oklahoma’s history, up to the present day; educational activities for young and old; and information and artifacts about the daily life of Oklahoma’s Cherokee Strip homesteaders.”
  • For more information: http://www.pioneerwomanmuseum.com/
  • For information on special events: http://www.pioneerwomanmuseum.com/specialevents.htm

 

MUSEUM National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

Location: 1720 Gendy Street
                Fort Worth, Texas
Admission: Adults (13+): $10.00/Seniors: (60+): $8.00/Children 3-12: $8.00/Children 2 and under-FREE
Hours: Mon-Sat: 10AM-5PM/Sun: 12PM-5PM 

  • Mission Statement: “The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors and celebrates women, past and present, whose lives exemplify the courage, resilience, and independence that helped shape the American West, and fosters an appreciation of the ideals and spirit of self-reliance they inspire.”
  • For more information: http://www.cowgirl.net

 

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUMS

ARGENTINA

MUSEUM Museo de la Mujer

Website: http://www.museodelamujer.org.ar/index.html

 

AUSTRAILIA

MUSEUM National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame

Website: http://www.pioneerwomen.com.au/default.html

 

  • Mission The National Pioneer Women’s Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving the place of women in history for their special contribution to Australia’s heritage.
  • Museum includes an online archive, “Herstory Archive” that provides more information about the woman of Australia: http://www.pioneerwomen.com.au

 

AUSTRIA

MUSEUM Frauden und Gewalt

Website: http://www.frauenmuseum.at/

 

frau FESTE. KÄMPFE. 100 JAHRE FRAUENTAG
(
FESTIVITIES. BATTLES. 100 YEARS OF WOMEN'S DAY)
A collaboration with Johanna Dohnal Kreisky Archives and the Austrian Museum of Folklore and the Bregenzerwald Archive
currently on exhibit at the Frauen Und Gewalt


 

 

AUSTRIA

MUSEUM ONLINE ONLY MuSIEum

Location: http://www.musieum.at/029/de/index.html

 

BELGIUM

MUSEUM Gynaika

Website: http://www.gynaika.be/

 

CANADA

MUSEUM Musée de la Femme

Website: http://museedelafemme.qc.ca/index.php

 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

MUSEUM Musée de la Femme in Dakar

More Information: http://www.placesonline.com/africa/senegal/dakar/museums/musee_de_la_femme.asp

 

CHILE

MUSEUM Museo e Instituto de la Mujer Mercedes Valdivieso

More Information: http://pont_des_arts.blogspot.com/2006/08/presentacion-del-museo-de-la-mujer.html

 

CHINA

MUSEUM Women Culture Museum

Location: Third floor of the west supplementary building of the library in Changan Campus, Shaanxi Normal University

Website: http://www.snnu.edu.cn

 

wmn culture Zi Shu Women
At the beginning of 20th Century, some women who did not want to marry would choose a lucky a day, invite their relatives and friends, worship gods and coil their hair by themselves to show that they would never get married. “Zi Shu” means coiling hair by oneself and supported by oneself.
currently on exhibit at the Women Culture Museum 


DENMARK

MUSEUM Kvindemuseet I Denmark

Website: http://kvindemuseet.dk/uk/experience

 

FRANCE

MUSEUM ONLINE ONLY Musea

Location: http://www.musea.fr

 

FRANCE

MUSEUM Musée de la femme

Website: http://www.museedelafemme.fr.st

 

GAMBIA

MUSEUM Women’s Museum and Art Centre

More Information: http://www.womeninmuseum.net/blog/?cat=22

 

GERMANY

MUSEUM Frauenmuseum, Bonn

Website: http://www.frauenmuseum.de

 

GERMANY

MUSEUM Frauen museum wiesbaden

Website: http://www.frauenmuseum-wiesbaden.de/

 

GERMANY

MUSEUM Museum Frauenkultur

Website: www.frauenindereinenwelt.de/museum.html

 

INDIA

MUSEUM Shashwati Women’s Museum

Website: www.kamat.com/kalranga/women/shashwati/ 

 

ITALY

MUSEUM Museo delle Donne

Website: www.museia.it

 

MALI

MUSEUM Muso Kunda (Musée de la Femme)

Website: www.museedelafemme.com 

 

NEDERLANDS

MUSEUM FemArt Museum

Website: www.femartmusem.com 


NEDERLANDS

MUSEUM Het vrouwenhuis

Website: http://www.vrouwenhuiszwolle.nl/welkom/


NEDERLANDS

MUSEUM Museum van de Vrouw

Website: http://www.museumvandevrouw.nl/


NORWAY

MUSEUM Kvinnemuseet

Website: http://www.kvinnemuseet.no/

 

POLAND

MUSEUM ONLINE ONLY Feminoteka: Women’s History Museum

Website: http://www.feminoteka.pl/muzeum/

 

ROMANIA

MUSEUM Dragomiresti-The Museum of Romanian Peasant Woman in Maramures

More Information: http://visittransilvania.ro/

 

SENEGAL

MUSEUM Musée de la Femme sénégalaise “Henriette Bathily”

Website: http://www.mufem.org

 

SPAIN

MUSEUM Museo de la mujer gitana

Website: http://www.mujeresromi.org

 

SWEDEN

MUSEUM Museum Anna Nordlander

Website: http://man.skelleftea.org/

 

UKRAINE

MUSEUM Museum of women’s history, history of women and gender

Website: http://gender.at.ua/index/0-18

 

VIETNAM

MUSEUM The South Vietnam Women’s Museum

Website: http://www.baotangphunu.org.vn/vi

 

VIETNAM

MUSEUM Vietnam Women’ Museum

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