New Zealand women's studies, women artists.
A site for women who use the internet. New Zealand women artists.
The Magdalena Aotearoa Trust
was established in 1997 by Sally Rodwell and Madeline McNamara to encourage and promote the work of women in the performing arts. In 1994, they took their show "Crow Station" to the Magdalena Festival in Cardiff, Wales; their experience of this festival and the dynamic, multicultural structure of the Magdalena Project inspired them to expand the network into Aotearoa and the South Pacific.
Women's studies, feminist Issues. Feminist Studies in Aotearoa Journal
Wikipedia entries on New Zealand women artists.
The Women's Art Movement and Feminist Art, by Anna Tse.
Celebrated New Zealand Women ArtistsSee also: New Zealand artists
Angus, RitaAngus, Rita. Rita Angus. Auckland Art Gallery
The Estate of Rita Angus Website
Rita Angus. Te Papa Museum
Rita Angus. Wikipedia entry.
Hodgkins, FrancesHodgkins, Frances. Frances Hodgkins. Wikipedia entry.
Works at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Frances Hodgkins Exhibition Catalogue
Frances Hodkins. Works by Hodgkins in art museums.
Frances Hodgkins. Tate Gallery
Frances Dodgkins. John Leech Gallery
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