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The official blog of the National Art Education Association Women's Caucus Voices Project. Speak up, be heard, redefine.

WC Postcard Project I: Installation 3

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WC Postcard Project I: Installation 2

Prompt 2. A time when you felt stereotyped or discriminated against because of your gender, race, sexuality, age, abilities, appearance, or creed. “A time when I felt powerless or not in control.”-Written by the artist Prompt 3. A time when … Continue reading

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WC Postcard Project I: Installation 1

Prompt #5. When you or another you know felt/was violated/threatened. Prompt #3. Powerless. Prompt #2. A time when you felt stereotyped or discriminated against because of your gender, race, sexuality, age, abilities, appearance, or creed. “This design relates to issues … Continue reading

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WC Postcard Project I

Leaving the NAEA Convention in 2010, one of the goals the Outreach Coordinators had was to extend the dialogue and connection of Women’s Caucus members beyond convention and throughout the year. The Postcard Project is one avenue for creating a … Continue reading

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Teen Blogs Feminism

An article in Cleveland’s Plain Dealer newspaper highlighted the blog of seventeen year old feminist Julie Zeilinger. About 356,000 visitors have read her website, thefbomb. Zeilinger considers herself an editor, but contributes to the articles on the blog. A blog … Continue reading

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