Our programs center archives, activism, and access through our digital archive and content partnerships. Through our events, education platform, interview series, and blog, we celebrate feminist legacy-building in all areas of life.
Stemming from our origins in the visual arts, we work closely on initiatives related to feminist art history, including providing grants for graduate research and commissioning digital exhibitions.
Pop-Up Memory Lab at Pen + Brush
12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Pen and Brush
29 E 22nd St
New York, NY 10010
Alive in the ArchiveSee all
Our Alive in the Archive interview series seeks to amplify gender-marginalized voices by exploring personal archiving as a feminist act.
From Appointment to Collection: The Dindga McCannon Collection and the TFI Pop-Up Memory Lab
The Feminist Institute is thrilled to announce both the launch of Dindga McCannon’s Capsule Collection and our second annual Pop-Up Memory Lab, happening from March 7 to April 20 at Pen + Brush in New York City.
Feb 29, 2024
The Feminist Institute
Meet the 2023-2024 TFI Interns
Each year, The Feminist Institute is lucky to work with talented interns from the CUNY Cultural Corps program. Our interns are integral to our organization, helping process and catalog collections, contributing to our digital humanities projects, and creating social media content. Keep reading to learn about our wonderful interns for 2023-24, Fabianna Fuentes Mosqueda and DK Rule.
Dec 12, 2023
Marie Williams Chant
*Jezebel* and the Case of Disappearing Feminist Digital Media
The recent announcement of the feminist blog Jezebel’s shutter by G/O Media—and subsequent purchase by Paste Magazine—leads to various digital preservation-related questions. In the face of shifting forms and funding models for digital media, how can we ensure that the significant properties of born-digital feminist media remain intact and accessible over time?
Dec 5, 2023