Feminist Art

Editor Smith

About This Course

This course aims to explore the artistic expressions that emerged in the 1960s and 1970s, exploring themes of gender, sexuality, and women's rights, challenging traditional art history narratives and advocating for inclusivity and equality.

AND Yes, you will get the certificate on course completion!


How to proceed?
1. Click on “Add to Cart” or “Enroll Now” button.
2. Click on “View Cart” button.
3. Review the listed details to make sure, you are enrolling into the desired course.
4. Click on “Checkout”.
5. Fill-in your details.
6. Make the purchase.
7. Goto Dashboard.
8. Click on the enrolled course.
9. Read each lesson.
10. Take the quiz.
11. On successful completion of the quiz, your digital certificate will be ready to view & download.


Your purchased course will be available for 180 days from the date of purchase. No extensions are permissible. So, please make sure to complete the course within 180 days and download your certificate.


Learning Objectives

Representation and Identity
Body Politics and Sexual Liberation
Gender and Power
Activism and Social Justice
Collaboration and Community-Building

Target Audience

  • Open to all


5 Lessons2h

Feminist Art

Representation and Identity00:00:00
Body Politics and Sexual Liberation00:00:00
Gender and Power00:00:00
Activism and Social Justice00:00:00
Collaboration and Community-Building00:00:00
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