Judy Chicago reviews the growth of feminism in the arts and discusses the new consciousness of women in the art community and the necessity of restructuring that community. The focus of this discussion is the Market Street Project, a show organized by male artists which opened in Venice, CA in November 1971, and how dozens of women artists organized for their inclusion in the show. Participants: Miriam Schapiro, Susan Titleman, Connie Zaer, Judy Chicago, SP Architect of Feminist Art Program at Cal Arts, LA.
Miriam previously erroneously cataloged as Shapiro.
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