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Identifier: GA 12


This collection consists of twenty three etchings and a lithograph by Bernarda Bryson Shahn.

Identifier: MC 1412


This collection contains the administrative papers of the women's art gallery, Center/Gallery. The folders contain the newsletters, calendars, meeting minutes, bylaws, budgets, and grant seeking applications of the organization. A significant portion of the collection contains newspaper clippings, flyers, and advertisements for the various exhibits, workshops, and sales held there. A limited amount of photographs are available for specific events.

Identifier: GA 14


The collection represents a selection of Clare Romano’s artistic production, consisting of twenty one works, including 12 collagraph prints, 7 paintings and drawings, and 2 three-dimensional sculptures. There is also a small amount of archival material, including correspondence and sketches.

Identifier: MC 1400


The Contemporary Women Artists Files contain various materials on over 2200 women artists active in the United States.

Identifier: MC 1478


This collection consists of the correspondence and personal papers of Diane Burko, a Philadelphia-based painter and photographer. The collection documents Burko's work as an artist, her tenure as a professor, and activity in local and national art organizations.

Identifier: MC 1213

Abstract: The Faith Ringgold Collection reflects many aspects of its creator's experiences as a teacher, artist, consultant, and curator. It consists primarily of documentation of Ringgold's August 1998 curriculum vitae (CV) and includes a selection of publications by and about the artist plus catalogs and promotional materials from solo, performance, and group exhibitions. Documents reflecting Ringgold's lectures, work-related correspondence, participation in conferences, programs, panels, television...
Identifier: GA 13


This collection contains examples of the artistic and professional output, as well as the papers, of Frances Manola, an artist who worked as a calligrapher and bookbinder in New York and New Jersey from the early 1960s to 2009.

Identifier: MC 1460


The collection is comprised of oral history interviews conducted by students of the feminist historian Gloria Orenstein between 2006 and 2012. Of special interest are additional materials provided by the interviewee Anne Gauldin, documenting the feminist performance groups The Waitresses and Sisters of Survival which were active in the 1970s and 1980s.

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 1418


The Janet Indick Papers document Indick's career as a New Jersey painter and sculptor. They contain records relating to awards, fellowships, exhibitions, donation and sale of artworks, publicity and press materials, and artistic organizations. Types of materials include correspondence, exhibition catalogs, applications, donation agreements, fliers, pamphlets, postcards, newsletters, and magazines. The collection highlights Indick's identity as a Jewish artist and as a woman artist.