Women In Art gathers great people from diverse backgrounds. The whole team of WIA is composed of volunteers. 

If you’re interested by what we do and fight for, you can join the team and contribute to bring change together with us!

"There is nothing more harrowing than a period of History which omits its women artists."
Jemima Kulumba
WIA Founder & co-director
"Women artists have always created. How come they are so little known, so little sold, so little exhibited, so little archived?"
Giovanna Massoni
WIA co-director
"I can't think of a single good argument that could explain that women artists should not be given the same chance as male artists."
Christophe Gouache
WIA co-director

" Women artists are not yet known at their true value, and that's challenging me."
Arielle D'Hauterives
WIA committee member

"We need to stop the abuse of power in the art sector."
Ilse Ghekiere
WIA committee member

"It is time for sexism to be abolished."
Sirah Foighel Brutmann
WIA committee member

"In the 21st century, women are still less valued than men. That really sucks."
Marie Moronczyk
WIA human resources coordinator

"We need to repair gender injustice in the History of Art."
Yasmina Nejjar
WIA partnerships coordinator

"Women artists. Men artists. Non-binary artists. Artists."
Clémence Vandenabeele
WIA communication coordinator

"When it comes to making art, we're all human beings. Genitals should bring no difference".
Cristina Alexandra Budianu
WIA coordinator

"Exhibiting good art is what matters."
Chaguy Koi
WIA technician

Artwork credits: Marlene Dumas, Chlorosis (Love sick), 1994, Credit: The Herbert and Nannette Rothschild Memorial Fund in memory of Judith Rothschild, Copyright: © Marlene Dumas