It’s Violante Ferroni’s turn
AWA’s next painting leaves San Giovanni di Dio
Fall session: Mud and the art of healing
FSU students rediscover ‘their roots’ with AWA and Violante Ferroni
Inspiration across generations
17-year-old Australian student takes to the canvas
Angelica Kauffman’s Design and Colour are given contemporary appeal
AWA interviews British artist Sarah Pickstone
A happy 'coincidence'
Musica Secreta’s new CD From Darkness Into Light
On April 3 and 4, 2019, AWA hosted its annual US Board and Council meeting
Artemisia ‘breaks out’ of storage after Uffizi restoration
At AWA we always celebrate when a ‘new’ painting by a historic female artist is ‘saved from storage’
'Kindness' for the cause
No gesture goes un-noticed when it comes as a tribute to art by women!
In a studio – A morning for AWA's memory box
Florence mayor and vice mayor meet Nelli up close and personal.
AWA plays Santa at Palazzo Vecchio
As its Christmas gift to the City of Florence, AWA restored a Palazzo Vecchio painting
Playing art detective
Is a picture worth nine names?
To Florence from far afield
AWA celebrated its latest Board and International Advisory Council meeting in Florence.
A brand-new Album already seeped in 'history'
Leaf through 'The First Last' Donor Book, now on-line.
AWA encounters ‘Art Angel’
An unexpected gesture of generosity sends Nelli over the top. One of our best moments in 2017.
“Becoming a Florentine”
AWA’s founder Jane Fortune receives Florence’s highest honor.
Fortune and Palin share Quest
What was it like meeting actor Michael Palin and “Artemisia”?
“A Tea” with Franco Zeffirelli
How does AWA’s mission fit that of Italy’s top movie “maestro”?
The Emmy is Ours
AWA wins a coveted Emmy Award for its documentary “Invisible Women: Forgotten Artists of Florence”.
Have you ever heard of painting the town pink?
“Breaking into” the Accademia Gallery
Duclos donned her hoop skirts and climbed the scaffolding!
“Outstanding Restorer” honored
The Nelli Awards are AWA’s version of the Oscars.
There are “more” in storage
The attics and cellars of Florence’s most oft-visited museums continue to be a trove of little-known treasures.
See the Invisible!
The Uffizi Library Presents Invisible Women: Forgotten Artists of Florence.
David and Bathsheba Begins
Conservators face a quandary with Artemisia Gentileschi’s David and Bathsheba.
The Artist who opened the way
How can a sixteenth-century nun directly influence the life of hundreds of modern-day women?