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Identifier: MC 1479

Abstract: Ora Lerman was an accomplished artist, writer, and teacher during the emergence of the women's art movement in the early 1970s, and her career became part of that movement. The papers span the period from 1955 to 1998, with the bulk dating between 1971 and 1998. The papers reflect the life and work of the artist and professor, during her adult life in New York City. Fewer documents cover her childhood in Kentucky and college years in Ohio. There are a small number of items, such as family...
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: GA 17


Suellen Glashausser worked as a book artist, sculptor and textile artist, as well as teaching at Montclair State University in New Jersey. This collection primarily consists of her administrative and professional papers, teaching materials such as syllabi and class handouts, art and craft technique instructions and examples, catalogs and promotional materials for exhibition of her works and that of other artists, as well as photographs and slides of her work and work of other artists.

Identifier: MC 1477


Suzanne Benton is an artist, performer, sculptor, and feminist. Benton was an early member of the National Organization for Women (NOW) where she led the Women in Art Task Force, a member of both the Women's Caucus for Art, Connecticut Chapter and the National Association of Women Artists, and creator of Positive Power, a series of forums that garnered a large audience exposing the public to women artists of Connecticut. The collection documents the Positive Power series.

Identifier: GB 8


This collection primarily consists of examples of the artistic output, prints, drawings and watercolors, of artist and book illustrator Winifred Milius Lubell. Also included are sketchbooks, woodblocks for many of the prints, draft illustrations for her book Metamorphosis of Baubo and research studies for her project on marginalia in medieval books.