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Identifier: MC 1461

Abstract: Begun in 1985, the Guerilla Girls art collective was composed of women artists, queer women artists, and women artists of color who called themselves the conscience of the art world. Their printed posters and their protests used humor to highlight sexism and racism in the art world. Later, their posters' topics would expand to include unrelated political issues. This collection of Guerrilla Girls posters, which includes examples of both subject types, consists of 32 original posters created...
Identifier: MC 1469


The collection is composed of 23 sketchbooks from feminist artist and educator, Nancy Azara's class "Consciousness-Raising, Visual Diaries, Art-Making Workshop." The students would draw and respond in their sketchbooks to women who were sharing their experiences as women and as women artists. Through this exercise, students strove to find an authentic artistic style.

Identifier: MC 1490

Abstract: The Women's Studio Center Records contains documents produced by the Women's Studio Center, a non-profit art studio and writing room that provided individual studio space for visual artists and also organized workshops, classes, exhibitions and other events supporting and promoting visual arts and creative writing. The Women's Studio Center was founded in 1998 by Melissa Wolf, who served as the Executive Director until the center closed on October 31, 2007. The records in this collection...