Artists Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro discuss the state and direction of art produced by women. Schapiro describes her experiences visiting Chicago's feminist art class at Fresno State, and Chicago talks about the pervasiveness of sexist attitudes in the art world. The host of the program is Clare (Loeb) Spark.
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