The Judy Chicago Dialogue Portal
The Judy Chicago Dialogue Portal was born from Penn State’s 2014 campus-wide, semester-long celebration of Chicago’s archive that concluded with a weekend-long symposium at which Chicago delivered a timely, call-to-action lecture based on her new book “Institutional Time: A Critique of Studio Art Education.” The first of four parts, “An Invitation from Judy Chicago,” features the video of Chicago’s Penn State lecture, discussion questions formulated by the artist, a video compilation of her teaching, and a multimedia presentation by Dr. Karen Keifer-Boyd analyzing Chicago’s pedagogy. TO JOIN THIS IMPORTANT DIALOGUE & REQUEST ACCESS FOR YOU & STUDENTS send a request on the contact page.
Log-in to Judy Chicago Art Education Collection and comment on the issues that Chicago raises.
As a Judy Chicago Art Education Collection member, you can log-in to the Collection website and search, annotate, and tag resources for teaching and research. Membership is free and provides opportunities to share experiences and learn from colleagues. Connect with the Judy Chicago Art Education Collection at Penn State and gain exclusive benefits by joining today. For those who have a FaceBook, Twitter, or Google account, you may join using your already established accounts.