Feminist Archive Exhibits highlights the artifacts in often-hidden feminist archives through a University of Washington Bothell project of student-curated exhibits. Feminist archives hold the history and knowledge of women and LGBTQ+ people. The artifacts in feminist archives need to be seen and shared, especially artifacts that speak to the histories of Black, Indiginous, and women of color, and marginalized women and LGBTQ+ people worldwide. 

This project was developed by Dr. Julie Shayne at the University of Washington Bothell, with librarians Denise Hattwig and Penelope Wood, undergraduate teaching assistant Jesse Blaire, undergraduate teaching assistant Tessa Denton, and student researchers. This project is open access and has relied on open digital archives to build on existing feminist knowledge to produce and share new feminist knowledge.