The Women’s Art Library is a collection of photographic, ephemeral, personal and published art documentation initiated by women artists in the late 1970s. Thriving as an artists’ organization and publishing a magazine until 2002, the collection was then gifted to Goldsmiths and forms part of its Special Collections. The Women’s Art Library continues to be developed through artists’ contributions and acquisitions. It also supports a programme of artistic research including artists’ residencies. These are either instigated by artists or set up through partnerships. The WAL collection is accessible to all researchers along with many of the other Special Collections at Goldsmiths.
See publications from the WAL in the DAAP: https://tinyurl.com/2obokbwo