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n.paradoxa volume 33 (Jan 2014) on Religion just published

n. p a r a d o x a: Volume 33, Jan 2014, Religion This volume explores the work of contemporary women artists where their work develops ideas and issues from a variety of religions: Christianity, Shinto Buddhism, Tangri, Judaism, … Continue reading

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n.paradoxa’s feminist art salon – 11 September 2013

Women artists, curators and writers, come and join n.paradoxa’s feminist art salon Next event: Wednesday: 11 September, 6-9pm at Beaconsfield, 22 Newport St, London, SE11 6AY.   Nearest tubes: Waterloo, Vauxhall. Further dates for future salons:  Wed 16 October; 13 November; … Continue reading

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volume 32 of n.paradoxa (July 2013) Citizenship available in print!

Volume 32 on Citizenship (July 2013) of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal is now available in print and online from http://www.ktpress.co.uk This volume is available to purchase as a single volume or with a print or electronic subscription. Read the … Continue reading

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Feminism and Art Education

A new academic year is about to begin and I wonder what “place” feminist knowledges will have in this year’s curriculum for contemporary art education both in the studio and in art theory? How many lectures or seminars will address … Continue reading

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