Women artists have long been underrepresented and undervalued by the art world, from galleries and museums to collectors and auction houses. While we are far from gender parity in these spaces, there are more ways than ever to share the stories of women artists and make their art more accessible. Recently, digital media, specifically podcasts, have provided new platforms for uncovering and recounting the lives and work of women artists. Join us for a conversation with Dr. Del Barrett, chair and founder of Hundred Heroines, photographic artist and curator Bindi Vora, and Renée Mussai, senior curator and head of archive and research at Autograph about how they are using new media tools to work toward gender parity in the art world.

This program is available for free to the public, but if you would like to support the museum, please make a $10 donation. A recording of the program will be posted to the museum’s YouTube page a week after the program’s conclusion.

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