At Doodles Academy, we use Curriculum to Create Change
Searchable Database: Diverse and Women Artists
What is this resource, and how do I use it?
Instructions: At the top of the list, there is a menu that will allow you to sort the list according to ethnicity or medium. Or, you can use the 'search' feature by hovering at the upper right of the list and searching for more specific terms (e.g., fauvism, monochromatic).
Description of Terms:
A note on content:
- This resource is put together and maintained by volunteers, so we cannot guarantee 100% accuracy. Please use it as a starting point, then do your own research to ensure accurate information. If you notice a mistake, we appreciate you letting us know so that we can fix it at firstname.lastname@example.org
- This site presents artworks in the public domain as well as works that are protected by copyright and used in accordance with fair use for informational or educational purposes. If you are the copyright holder of a work of art used within this site and do not agree that it falls under fair use, please email us at email@example.com
- Text and descriptions are generally not original, and have been copied from a variety of sources such as wikepedia and artist web pages, and intended as a very basic overview.