Spring 2014 Courses

AED 597A/ WMNST 597C: Judy Chicago@PSU: Art, Pedagogy, Exhibition & Research

Using Judy Chicago’s feminist art teaching methodology documented in the Penn State archives, course participants will develop their focus in the course as action researchers, or as artists creating interactive content-based visual and performative art to engage community in an exhibition, titled Out of Here that will be held in the HUB’s Art Alley.

AED 597A/ WMNST 597C:

Judy Chicago@PSU: Art, Pedagogy, Exhibition & Research

3 Credit Course #251356
Thursdays, 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM in 207 Arts Cottage
The course includes a symposium with controversial artist, Judy Chicago, to coincide with campus exhibitions of Chicagos’s art and teaching.

Facilitators: Karen Keifer-Boyd with Nancy Youdelman

Using Judy Chicago’s feminist art teaching methodology documented in the Penn State archives, course participants will develop their focus in the course as action researchers, or as artists creating interactive content-based visual and performative art to engage community in an exhibition, titled Out of Here that will be held in the HUB’s Art Alley.

For more information contact Karen Keifer-Boyd at kk-b@psu.edu



AED 497A/ WMNST 497A: Feminist Art Gallery Conversations Flyer

Participate in eight gallery talks at the Palmer Museum of Art’s Spring
2014 exhibition Surveying Judy Chicago: Five Decades

AED 497A/ WMNST 497A:

Feminist Art Gallery Conversations

1 Credit Course # 266272
8 Fridays from 12:00-1:00 p.m. at the Palmer Museum of Art
January 24, 31 | February 14, 28 | March 21 | April 11, 18, 25
Participate in eight gallery talks at the Palmer Museum of Art’s Spring
2014 exhibition Surveying Judy Chicago: Five Decades.
Conversations:
  • Feminism(s) in the Gallery
  • Futures of Feminist Pasts
  • Mirror, Mirror on the Wall,
  • Who’s the Finest of Them All?:
  • D(EVALUATION) of Black Female Beauty
  • Paper Tigress: Graphic Images of Female Power
  • The Vagina Dialogues
  • Judy Chicago and the Promise of Utopia
  • The Conversation Around the Table: Feminist Art and
  • the Transnational
  • Judy Chicago Views

Facilitators:

  • Dana Carlisle Kletchka (Jan. 24)
  • Karen Keifer-Boyd (Jan. 30 & April 25)
  • Wanda B. Knight (Feb. 14)
  • Charlotte Houghton (Feb. 28)
  • Susan Russell (March 21)
  • Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor (April 11)
  • Gabeba Baderoon (April 18)

For more information contact Karen Keifer-Boyd at kk-b@psu.edu

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