Category: Media

About The Judy Chicago Art Education Collection

The Judy Chicago Art Education Collection is a living archive on feminist art education. The Collection lives from continued scholarship and teaching in counterbalance to ongoing tendencies of erasure of feminist histories and feminist pedagogy. The participatory architecture of the

The Penn State Libraries also include the following videos on Judy Chicago:

Overcoming the Odds: The Legacy of Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party Panel moderated by Judy Chicago at the Albuquerque Museum of Art in New Mexico. Panelists: Diane Gelon, Constance Bumgarner Gee, Karen Keifer-Boyd Judy Chicago and Through the Flower celebrate

Out of Here Performance Videos

The final performance of the exhibition, “Out of Here” on April 17, 2014 at Penn State’s HUB-Robeson Galleries Art Alley focused on Helen Geleskie’s Confidence Confessional and Nouf Alhamdan’s Coded Cakes. Participants used their cell phones to take selfies and


From Darkness into Light

No Compromise




Envisioning the Future

After two year in development, Envisioning The Future officially began on September 22, 2003 following two weekends of lectures and panel discussions about art, globalization, and the future. Nine facilitators trained by Judy Chicago and Donald Woodman worked directly with

Consecrated Appetites

At Home: A Kentucky Project

Artist as writer Judy Chicago–who coined the terms feminist art and feminist art pedagogy had not taught in twenty-five years when she returned to the classroom at Indiana University as a visiting professor. This set of videos presents a short