October 15, 2015 at 12:19 pm #4690
My definition of feminist art is one of social justice. As bell hooks articulates that “feminism is for everybody” (hooks, 2000) there is a foundation as human beings that feminism is the standing together against oppression towards any marginalized people. In this same thread, we may then also see that men are also oppressed through hyper-masculinized indoctrinations of cultural and societal norms. There should not be a hierarchy between gender roles and sexual orientation or race and ethnicity. Contrary to what we consume in a U.S. context, this is not a competition; one oppression does not ‘win’ over another. In working together, collaborative work (as Chicago advocates through studio work and pedagogical art process lens), and awareness, we are tearing down barriers between so many segregated spaces.July 20, 2016 at 12:33 pm #4920
I agree with the fact that “feminism is for everybody” (hooks, 2000) because it should not be a competition, it should not isolate just the oppression of women. It should speak to everyone that feels segregation is a part of their life or affects them everyday and inspire them to do something about it.January 8, 2017 at 2:31 pm #5037
Luckily, Chicago kept slides, photos, and video of the understudy work that originated from her showing ventures, and her arranging materials and showing reflections, which are incorporated into the Penn State documents. This presentation looks to conceivable outcomes for research and educating with the gathering.
Marilyn Stewart The Dinner Party Curriculum Project, now in its eighth year, started when, at the demand of Judy Chicago, a gathering of workforce at Kutztown University met to consolidation substantive thoughts regarding educational programs with the implications implanted in and recommended by The Dinner Party.
This presentation highlights the different pathways took after since that time, breathing life into this notorious fine art for K-12 instructors and their understudies. Daunted with the patriarchal hd car images arrangement of teaching craftsmen, Judy Chicago built up a women’s activist craftsmanship instructional method that enabled ladies to perceive that their encounters could be an impetus for workmanship.June 19, 2017 at 2:23 am #5106
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