Shareable Content #5WomenArtists

Two rows of portraits of women artists with a colorful border between them.

Download and Share #5WomenArtists Graphics

Use our downloadable graphics to promote gender equity in the arts! Access the #5WomenArtists Google Drive to download campaign graphics, facts and figures, quotes, and Instagram Story templates. Then share on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook using the hashtag #5WomenArtists and tagging @WomenInTheArts.

  • Share your favorite women artists and challenge your friends and family to name #5WomenArtists.
  • Call attention to the fact that women artists remain dramatically underrepresented—and their work undervalued—in galleries, museums, and auction houses around the world.

Campaign Graphics

  • Image of Eulabee Dix

Facts & Figures

  • White and yellow text against a marine blue background reads: '11% of all acquisitions at 26 prominent U.S. museums over the past decade were of work by women artists'
  • A bar graph showing the Top 10 Artworks by Price & Category at Auction 2019. The vast majority of artworks in all categories are by male artists, not female artists. At the bottom of the graphic is the National Museum of Women in the Arts logo and the text 'Source: Artnet Intelligence Report 2019.'
  • White text against a violet background reads: '46% of visual artists in the United States are women. But they earn 74 cents for every $1 earned by male artists.'
  • A circle chart for Representation in Collections of Major U.S. Art Museums, with the logo of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and the text 'Source: Topaz et al., 'Diversity in Major U.S. Museums,' 2019' at the bottom. The largest circle by far represents white men, then white women, Asian men, Latino men, and then a tiny circle is labeled 'All other groups, less than 1% each.'

View the full list of infographic sources.


  • Faith Ringgold quote,
  • Carolee Schneemann quote,
  • Cecily Brown quote,
  • Judy Chicago quote,


Can You Name #5WomenArtists?

Learn about the #5WomenArtists campaign and how you can take action for women in the arts. Get started by exploring the stories of five women artists: Amy Sherald, Alison Saar, Faith Ringgold, Jiha Moon, and Lalla Essaydi.

#5WomenArtists x TateShots

In honor of Women’s History Month 2019, Tate selected five women artists to feature in the #5WomenArtists campaign: Alexis Hunter, Louise Bourgeois, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, the Guerrilla Girls, and Lubaina Himid. They also assembled one giant playlist of all the women artists featured in the TateShots video series.

Animated Illustrations

In collaboration with Tate, we commissioned data journalist Mona Chalabi to create custom visualizations for the 2019 campaign. When sharing, please credit Mona Chalabi (@monachalabi).

Visualization of Women Artists in Museum Collections

Highest Paid Artist Visualization

Header Image Credits

Top Row (L to R): Hung Liu: Image courtesy of National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA). Amy Sherald: © Amy Sherald; Image courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth; Photo credit JJ Geiger. Ambreen Butt: © Image courtesy of Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco; Photo by John Carrithers. Camille Claudel: Image courtesy of Bibliothèque Marguerite Durand, Mairie de Paris, Paris, France; Photo by César, 1884. Sonya Clark: Image courtesy of the artist. Bottom Row (L to R): Mary Cassatt: Image courtesy of Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution; Frederick A. Sweet research material on Mary Cassatt and James A. McNeill Whistler, 1872-1975. Faith Ringgold: Image courtesy of NMWA; Photo by Yassine El Mansouri. Graciela Iturbide: Image courtesy of NMWA; Photo by Kevin Allen. Judy Chicago; Photo © Donald Woodman / Artists Rights Society, NY. Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: Photo by Grace Roselli, Pandora’s BoxX Project; Image courtesy of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Garth Greenan Gallery, New York.