Open call: FEMeeting 2023 Taos

Call for presentations and for workshops

Welcome to the upcoming FEMeeting: Taos 2023 to be held on July 23-30, 2023 in the Town of Taos – New Mexico, United States. FEMeeting: Taos 2023 is organized by FEMeeting in collaboration with Agnes Chavez, founder of STEMarts Lab (El Prado, NM) and Marta de Menezes currently a Fulbright Scholar Program award 2023 at the University of New Mexico. Our host for the public session on July 29, 2023 is the beautiful Arthur Bell Harwood auditorium in partnership with Harwood Museum of Artin Taos. The organization is launching a double call for conference presentations and for workshops/demos/talks. This is also an extraordinary opportunity to establish direct contact with local institutions and address audiences outside of the conference hall. Our workshops/demos/talks hosts are: Sci Art Santa Fe , Taos Pueblo Education & Training DivisionUNM-HIVESTEMArts Lab and Stem Santa Fe. The organization is launching a double call for conference presentations and for workshops since this is also an extraordinary opportunity to establish direct contact with local institutions and address audiences outside of the conference hall.

As a community FEMeeting is driven by the desire to develop and promote a more direct collaboration at the level of artistic and research projects between all individuals who identify themselves as Women, independently of their sex. In this sense, FEMeeting events aim to disseminate projects being undertaken by women worldwide and, as a result: to contribute to the development of art-science research methodologies and to the growth of cooperation strategies that can increase knowledge sharing and bring communities closer. Among FEMeeting distinguishable objectives there are: (a) a strong personal support through instant internet communication between women doing research work (in the broadest sense of the term) in art, science and technology, (b) the encouragement towards the formation of local nodes to support research and artistic creation developed to enable a wide network of direct communication among them and encourage trust, and c) the incentive to uncover and achieve legitimization of women’s work through publishing, academic and other formats. Besides the above, this FEMeeting gathering in Taos, New Mexico is an opportunity to address community issues such as all women’s health, security, diversity and sustainability, in the framework of international rights on gender equality and women empowerment, and especially to uncover the activities of indigenous women and women working with indigenous peoples and cultures.


Proposals deadline 28 February 2023


The conference will be held in English. Proposals are submitted by Form <Click here to submit> for consideration by the members of the scientific & artistic committee.


Travel funds or compensation for presentations are not available.

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FEMeeting gathering in Berlin

On October 24th, our FEMeeting gathering took place in Berlin!

We would like to thank Regine Rapp, Christian de Lutz, Sarah Hermanutz, Fara Peluso, Margherita Pevere, Karolina Zyniewicz , Kat Austen, Alanna Lynch, India Monsour, Tuce Erel and Marta de Menezes for joining us and we look forward to the next one!

We thank Art Laboratory Berlin for hosting!

FEMeeting is partner of the “Journée d’étude : Quel Corps Spatial?”

On the 26th October, the Centre Wallonie Bruxelles will give space to a full day of programming within the “Journée d’étude : Quel Corps Spatial?”, under the direction of Annick Bureaud and Manuela de Barros!

Co-organised by :
the TEAMeD Laboratory of the University of Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis, the University Research School ArTeC, Leonardo/Olats and the CNEAI

In partnership with :
La Diagonale Paris-Saclay, FEMeeting

With the support of :
Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation, Canadian Cultural Centre.

Check here for registration and the schedule!


Sister Labs: FEMeeting syNERGIES

On September 30th FEMeeting syNERGIES participated in SLSA2021 “ENERGY”: 34th Annual Meeting of the SOCIETY OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS!

With the participation of presenters Dalila Honorato (Ionian University, Greece), Marta De Menezes (Ectopia Lab, Portugal), Kathy High (NATURE Lab, United States), Branda Miller (The Sanctuary for Independent Media, United States) and Jennifer Willet (INCUBATOR Art Lab Studio, Canada).

You can watch the following video to know more about the presenters and their participation:

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