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What does The Global War Against Women mean to you?
Judy Chicago’s teaching methodology, similar to the way she approaches artmaking, begins with self-presentation, which leads to content-searches as arts-based research to situate individual experience within a larger context. Her methodology guides how to transform personal experience into a tangible … Continue reading
A time when you felt empowered.
A time when you felt powerless or not in control.
“I felt empowered when I defend or help the ones I love, family, students, friends, people I visit in the hospital. I am the white knight. I tilt at windmills. My own troubles become smaller when I can help some … Continue reading
What is the Image of a Feminist in the Field of Art Education Today? The question was thoughtfully discussed in an open dialogue at the 2010 NAEA Convention with Women’s Caucus member and friends. The transcript is now available at … Continue reading