Judy Chicago On Feminism, Art And Education

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Judy Chicago On Feminism, Art And Education

Judy Chicago pioneered the concept of "feminist art" in the '70s, pushing back in a male-dominated art world. As Chicago's 75th birthday approaches, a trio of nationwide exhibitions and events celebrate her contributions to both fields. We talk with her about what's changed and what hasn't for female artists.

Artist Judy Chicago pioneered the concept of "feminist art" in the '70s, pushing back in a male-dominated art world. Her best known work, "The Dinner Party," explored women in history and myth, an iconic installation that continues to inspire today. As Chicago's 75th birthday approaches, a trio of nationwide exhibitions and events celebrate her contributions to both fields. We talk with her about what's changed and what hasn't for female artists.

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Judy Chicago

artist; feminist; educator; author, 'The Dinner Party: Restoring Women to History' and 'Institutional Time: A Critique of Studio Art Education'

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The Art Of Judy Chicago

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