The Woman Made Gallery is a feminist contemporary art venue providing opportunities for women artists to exhibit their work. The gallery’s goal is to support and cultivate female-identified artists’ work, as well as to ensure the equal placement of women’s art in the world. Through the exhibitions, the gallery encourages a discussion about the meaning of feminism today.
Explore the artworks of more than 150 female artists from different backgrounds and points of view, including the works of Mary Stoppert, Barbara Grunewald, and Natalie Jackson O’Neal.
There are various group exhibitions, solo exhibitions, and Artisan Gallery displaying paintings, media artworks, ceramic, sculptures, and other artifacts. There are also literary events and educational programs.
The Woman Made Gallery was founded in 1992 as a senior school project of two artists: Kelly Hensen and Beate Minkovski. Over time, the collaboration between the two evolved into a non-profit organization providing opportunities for female artists of all ages and backgrounds.
Since then, the gallery has exhibited artworks by more than 8000 women.