About

The Feminist Art Project - Baltimore (TFAPB) is a grassroots, nomadic, non-profit arts incubator that supports and promotes women in the arts. Locally, we have been operating since the Fall of 2013, providing free opportunities to Baltimore artists and communities. TFAPB is an active arm of an international organization --The Feminist Art Project* -- and a Fusion Partnerships Inc. partner. We frequently collaborate with individuals, local non-profits and community organizations that parallel our mission, interest and passion, in order to enrich our public exhibitions and community programs. TFAPB memberships and opportunities are not exclusively for women; we welcome additional collaboration from our supportive male allies. 

Mission

The Feminist Art Project - Baltimore recognizes the aesthetic, intellectual and political impact of all women on art, history and culture. We provide mentorship, support and opportunity for women artists in the Baltimore area.

Contact 

Join the Project, we hold open meetings, and would love it if you stopped in! If you'd like to get in touch, feel free to email us at tfap.bmore@gmail.com. For exhibition inquiries, please email tfapb.exhibitions@gmail.com.



The Feminist Art Project - Baltimore is facilitated by: 
Shana Goetsch, Director & Regional Coordinator

Curator-In-Residence
Aimi Bouillon

Advisory & Development Board
Board Chair, Jessica Wyatt

  Interns
Spring 2016 - Zae Soe
Summer 2015 - Ingrid Nuttle

 
Founding Members 
Cait Byrnes, former Assistant Director
 Allison Gulick, former Exhibitions Coordinator

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TFAPB Fiscal Sponsor
Fusion Partnerships Inc.   

TFAPB Logo Designer
Katie Duffy 
  
 TFAPB Organizational Consultant
Cinder Hypki, Hypki Consulting
 Strategic Consulting for Creative People & Organizations 

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*The Feminist Art Project (TFAP) 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. TFAP promotes diverse feminist art events, education and publications through its website and online calendar and facilitates networking and regional program development throughout the world. You can learn more about the organization and its initiatives by accessing TFAP's main website, http://feministartproject.rutgers.edu/about/.