It has recently come to my attention that the Brooklyn Museum runs a feminist art blog, in association with the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. I checked it out this morning, and found it to be quite an extensive resource of international feminist exhibitions currently on view to the public. Included in each blog entry is a description of the exhibition and background information of the artists participating. The blog also goes into a bit more detail for the Sackler Center exhibitions, with entries that are both scholarly and informative. Rounding out the blog is a slide-show of the recent installation of Ghada Amer's artwork in the museum, and even a description of the center's facebook page. The blog's contributers range from interns at the museum, to the Sackler Center's curator, Maura Reilly, which keeps the blog's content delightfully varied. Check it out here.