Judy Chicago: “Institutional Time: A Critique of Studio Art Education
Keynote at Penn State, April 5, 2014, as part of the Judy Chicago Symposium: Planting a Feminist Art Education Archive. Hot off the press in March 2014, Chicago’s most recent book, Institutional Time: A Critique of Studio Art Education, is the focus of her lecture, in which she candidly reflects on her own teaching, and proposes ways that university studio art programs can be improved. Chicago’s personal narrative in Institutional Time questions unexamined assumptions about studio art education in higher education. In eye-opening transparency of institutional practice and jargon-free discussion, she contextualizes feminist theory, art history, and politics based upon five decades of research and experience. Chicago initiates a discourse toward an equitable, rigorous, and just system of studio art education.
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