Entering the picture : Judy Chicago, the Fresno Feminist Art Program, and the collective visions of women artists /

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors / Creators:Fields, Jill, 1954-
Format: Book
Imprint: New York : Routledge, 2012.
Series:New directions in American history.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Section I. Emerging-Views from the Periphery
  • 1. Gail Levin, Feminist Class, edited by Melissa Morris
  • 2. Laura Meyer and Faith Wilding, Collaboration and Conflict in the Fresno Feminist Art Program: An Experiment in Feminist Pedagogy
  • 3. Nancy Youdelman and Karen LeCocq, Reflections on the First Feminist Art Program
  • 4. Moira Roth, Interview with Suzanne Lacy, edited by Laura Meyer
  • 5. Paula Harper,The First Feminist Art Program: A View from the 1980s
  • 6. Judy Chicago, Feminist Art Education: Made in California
  • Section II. Re-Centering-Theory and Practice
  • 7. Valerie Smith, Abundant Evidence: Black Women Artists of the 1960s and 1970s
  • 8. Jennie Klein, 'Teaching to Transgress:' Rita Yokoi and the Fresno Feminist Art Program
  • 9. Lillian Faderman, Joyce Aiken: Thirty Years of Feminist Art and Pedagogy in Fresno
  • 10. Phranc, "Your Vagina Smells Fine Now Naturally"
  • 11. Terezita Romo, Collective History: Las Mujeres Muralistas
  • 12. Joanna Gardner-Huggett, The Woman's Art Cooperative Space as a Site for Social Change: Artemisia Gallery, Chicago (1973-1979)
  • 13. Gloria Orenstein, Salon Women of the Second Wave: Honoring the Great Matrilineage of Creators of Culture
  • 14. Katie Cercone, The New York Feminist Art Institute, 1979-1990
  • 15. Nancy Azara and Darla Bjork, Our Journey to the New York Feminist Art Institute
  • Section III. Picturing: Transformation
  • 16. Sylvia Savala, How I Became a Chicana Feminist Artist
  • 17. Lydia Nakashima Degarrod, Searching for Catalyst and Empowerment: The Asian American Women Artists Association, 1989-Present
  • 18. Miriam Schaer, Notes of a Dubious Daughter: My Unfinished Journey Towards Feminism
  • 19. Tressa Berman and Nancy Mithlo, 'The Way Things Are:' Curating Place as Feminist Practice in American Indian Women's Art"
  • 20. Ying-Ying Chien, Marginal Discourse and Pacific Rim Women's Art
  • 21. Jo Anna Isaak, Gaia Cianfanelli and Caterina Iaquinta, Curatorial Practice as Collaboration in the U.S. and Italy
  • 22. Beverly Naidus, Feminist Activist Art Pedagogy