Authors Eleanor Heartney, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal, and Sue Scott engage in an in-depth discussion in their new book The Reckoning: Women Artists of the New Millennium… 794 more words
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Raaberg discusses the various artists and art movements who have laid claim to the artistic medium of collage and investigates the important role of collage in post modernism and feminist art throughout the 20th Century. 29 more words
The Institute of Contemporary Art in London mounted the exhibition We Won’t Play Nature to Your Culture: Works by Barbara Kruger in 1983. The show featured Kruger’s first works executed in what would become her signature style— large-scale, black-and-white images appropriated from popular culture, overlaid with red or black bands, bearing cryptic texts rendered in Futura drop out-letters. 418 more words
Wilma Mankiller, the first female chief in the modern Cherokee Nation, died four years ago, but her legacy still lives on. “The Cherokee Word For Water” is a feature-length film narrative that expound upon work Mankiller was completing and recounts the work that led her to become the first modern female chief. 40 more words
Here is one of my favorite feminist poets Andrea Gibson. In “Privilege is Not Having to Think About It” she addresses the harsh reality of the continual while male privilege through recounting her experience of working with a black poet. 646 more words
Savannah Brown, a 17-year-old poet, published this incredible video of her reading of her work entitled “What Guys Look For In Girls”.
I love the way that she encompasses the many struggles women have with their appearance and self worth no matter that their size, shape or age. 21 more words