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At Home

in Kentucky In 2001, Judy Chicago and Donald Woodman worked with students at Western Kentucky University. Chicago and Woodman returned to the theme of Womanhouse with emotionally powerful installations throughout a house in Kentucky. The archives include a 1:12 scaled-model

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Judy Chicago included in PBS national documentary, “MAKERS: Women Who Make America.”

News Flash: Judy Chicago on New Mexico PBS “MAKERS” on March 1 UNM PBS film crew taping for “MAKERS” program in Judy Chicago’s studio Through the Flower proudly announces that Judy Chicago has been selected as one of only three

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The Judy Chicago Art Education Collection @ Penn State

“As there has been no comprehensive definition of feminist art, the same is true for feminist art pedagogy, which is practiced but seems to exist in a netherworld shaped by lack of clarity, contradictory definitions and practices and also, the

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  In 2011, Penn State acquired the Judy Chicago Art Education Collection, one of the most important private collections of archival materials on feminist art education. Open to the public, it is housed in the University Archives in the Special

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35 Years of Milestone Achievements

Judy Chicago and Through the Flower Celebrate 35 Years of Milestone Achievements on Celebration Sunday, October 30, 2011. As part of the day’s celebration, at 1:00 pm, The Albuquerque Museum hosted a panel moderated by Ms. Chicago, who highlighted many

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