MAWA is committed to peer-based visual art education. As well as providing programming, MAWA has created resources for artists, for educators and other arts organizations.
50 images by contemporary Indigenous artists and an English/French teaching guide on how to use the art cards to animate discussions and inspire activities in all subjects, K-12.
This website provides bilingual (Eng/Fr), Canadian resources for artists and art educators, to support the artists of today and inspire the artists of tomorrow.
Art you an artist looking for professional advice? Artist Boot Camp workshops are recorded and captioned here.
All MAWA lectures are recorded and captioned. Interested in art theory, criticism and history? Check out MAWA’s First Friday and Wendy Wersch Memorial lectures here.
Interested in learning how to bead? Other hands-on practices? Click here for “how to” artmaking content.
Search MAWA’s library of feminist visual art books, most of which are Canadian. Research your fave artist! Get inspired! With a MAWA membership, you can sign out books.
Richly illustrated, this ground-breaking book of essays reflects on feminist contemporary visual art in Canada today.
Find bilingual resources (Eng/Fr) on how to mentor, how to be mentored and how to set up an arts mentorship program, based on MAWA’s four decades of experience in the field.