A talk by feminist art historian Linda Nochlin delivered at the National Conference of Women in the Arts, held in Racine, Wisconsin, September 1973. Nochlin's talk focuses on how feminism and the arts can implement cultural change, defining aims and developing a philosophy to deal with the outer and inner realities of women, thereby resolving the conflict between ingrained attitudes and new possibilities and developing a plan for translating philosophy and aims into practical reality in cultural institutions.
This recording was originally cataloged as "Black woman artist / Howardena Pindell ; interviewed by Clare Spark." and described as containing both Pindell's interview "about the difficulties facing Black artists, women artists, and particularly Black women artists, recorded in Manhattan, December 1973," as well as Nochlin's speech. The recording in the box features only the complete Nochlin speech, with no intro or outro by Spark.
This recording has been digitally preserved as part of Pacifica's American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982 grant preservation project, and is available for research and reference . Please contact the archives via telephone: 818-506-1077 or email: americanwomen at pacificaradioarchives dot org for information on how to obtain a copy of this program. Thank you.