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Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: The Dinner Party

 

An Invitation to Social Change: Fifteen Principles for Teaching Art, Nordlund, Carrie; Seirs, Peg; Stewart, Marilyn. Art Education, Sept. 2010.

 

Encounter 1: Table Talk

 

Poem read by Nicole Romanski: Perhaps the World Ends Here by Joy Harjo

from the book How We Became Human

 

Ann Hamilton (presented by Amy Pfeiler-Wunder)

•  Indigo Blue

•  Myein

 

 

 

 

Morning Shorts:

The Women 2.0 Media Project

 

Miss Representation Extended Trailer

 


 

Carrie Jeruzal

Bad Romance: Women's Suffrage

 

Farcebook

 

School Arts Article March 2016

 


 

Encounter 8: Investigating Meaning

 

Exhibitions & resources based on TDP in Herstory Gallery

 

Pricked: extreme embroidery

TEACHER RESOURCE PACKET

Museum of Art & Design

 

Artists
mentioned:

Rebecca Ringquist
Lisa Solomon

Andrea Dezso

Tilleke Schwarz

 

Carrie Miller
Classroom Presentation (powerpoint)

 

Classroom
Presentation

(Keynote)

 


 

Miriam Schapiro

A Three-generation Conversation with Miriam Schapiro

 

Miriam Schapiro: An Artistic Journey

 

Morning Shorts:

Katie Makkai - Pretty Poetry Slam

 

Def Poetry - Mark Gonzales - As With Most Men

 

Bronte Sisters Power Dolls

 

TheEllenShow Bic Pens for Women

Artists
mentioned:

Diana Thorneycroft

Ebony G. Patterson

 

Riley on Marketing

Reflections on the Image of the Child: Reproducer or Creator of Culture

Deconstructing Disney in the Elementary Art Classroom


 

Toy Tableaus


 

Why We Still Need Feminism

 

Why Cambridge Needs Feminism

 


 

Cheri Ehrlich

Teens Take on Feminist Art

 

Brooklyn Museum Teen Guide to Art

 

Brooklyn Museum Teen Guide to Feminist Art

 

Adolescent Girls' Responses to Feminist Artworks in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum

 

Feminist Art and Adolescents in Museums

 

TEACHER RESOURCE PACKETS

 

Fertile Goddess Teacher Packet

 

Pharaohs, Queens, Goddesses

 

TDP Teacher Packet

 

Extending the Invigation:

Women nominated by the Participants

 

Acknowledgement Panels

 

National Visual Arts Standards

 

Throughout the world and over time...

•  Artists work through community & collaboration

• Artists communicate ideas

•  Artists research & record history

• Artists are activists

• Artists educate others about important people, ideas, values, events

• Artists are planners

• Humans....

• Artworks...

 



 

READINGS:

 

Raddon, A. (2002) Mothers in the Academy: positioned and positioning within discourses of the 'successful academic' and the 'good mother'. Studies in Higher Education. Volume 27, No. 4. 387-403.

Mechling, J. (2008) Gun Play. American Journal of Play. Fall 2008. 192-208.

Freedman, .K (1994) Interpreting Gender and Visual Culture in Art Classrooms. Studies in Art Education. Spring 1994. 157-170.

Ehrlich, C. E. (2011) Adolescent Girls' Responses to Feminist Artworks in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. Visual Arts Research. Winter 2011. 55-69.

Fudge, R. (2006) Everything you always wanted to know about feminism but were afraid to ask. Bitch, 31, 58-67.

Activist Art in Social Justice Pedagogy edited by Barbara Beyerbac & R. Deborah Davis. Chapter 10: Activist Art and Pedagogy, The Dinner Party Curriculum Project by Carrie Nordlund, Peg Speirs, and Marilyn Stewart, with Judy Chicago

Art Meets Politics: How Judy Chicago's Dinner Party Came to Brooklyn, Levin, Gail. Dissent Magazine, Spring 2007.

An Invitation to Social Change: Fifteen Principles for Teaching Art, Nordlund, Carrie; Seirs, Peg; Stewart, Marilyn. Art Education, Sept. 2010.

Judy Chicago's "Dinner Party", Lippard, Lucy R. Art in America, April 1980.

Getting the Party Started, Sheets, Hilarie M. ARTnews, Feb. 2007.

Teaching about Gender Issues in the Art Education Classroom: Myra Sadker Day, Garber, Elizabeth. Studies in Art Education, Fall 2003.

Pink Scissors, Check, Ed. Art Education, Jan. 2002.

Art Education for Social Justice, Anderson, Tom; Gussak, David; Kelly Hallmark, Kara; Paul, Allison. NAEA, 2010.

Contextual Approaches II: Feminism, The Methodologies of Art.


HANDOUTS/WORKSHEETS:

 

Gender Identity Map

Investigating a Plate Sketch Sheet

Fertile Goddess Concept Map

Making Connections Worksheet

The Dinner Party Concept Map

Reading Response Form

Consent Form

Video Response Form

Unit Planning
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Project Plan
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Context Cards
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Final Reflection
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Final Project
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OTHER RESOURCES:

2016 Dinner Party Institute Syllabus

Book List


ART REVIEW
Taking Cues From Rodin, Who Took Some From Others
Works by Rachel Kneebone at the Brooklyn Museum
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art


 

Girls For A Change (GFC) is a national organization that empowers girls to create social change. We invite young women to design, lead, fund and implement social change projects that tackle issues girls face in their own neighborhoods.

Her Circle: A magazine for Women's Creative Arts and Activism

Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art

Amelia Bloomer Project
and
http://libr.org/ftf/bloomer.html
Recommended Feminist Literature for Birth through 18

The National Organization for Women (NOW)

Gender Bias in Education

A return visit to Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party - by Mia Fineman - Slate Magazine


A List of the Books Introduced in the Encounter 3:
What is Feminism?

Baumgardner, Jennifer, & Richards, Amy (2000). Manifesta: Young women, feminism, and the future. New York: Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux.

Brand, Peg, & Devereaux (2003). Hypatia: Women, art, and aesthetics. A journal of feminist philosophy, 18(4), special issue.

Chicago, Judy. (1972/1975/1982). Through the flower: My struggle as a woman artist. New York: Anchor Books.

Collins, Patricia Hill. (1990). Black feminist thought: Knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment. New York: Routledge.

Davis, Angela Y. (1990). Women, culture, politics. New York: Vintage Books.

Elam, Diane (1994). Feminism and deconstruction: Ms. En Abyme. New York: Routledge.

Fish, Cheryl, & Yi-Chun, Tricia Lin. (2002). Transcend, 399. Transcribe, 271. Transfigure, 801. Transform, 801. Transgress, 549. Women's Studies Quarterly. XXX (3 & 4).

Gilman, Charolette Perkins (1996, 2nd Feminist Press Edition). The yellow wall-paper. New York: The Feminist Press.

Ginzberg, Lori D. Untidy origins: A story of woman's rights in antebellum New York. Chapel Hill, NC: The Unversity of North Carolina Press.

Hawthorne, Susan, and Klein, Renate (Eds.). (1999). Cyberfeminism: Connectivity, critique, creativity. North Melbourne, Australia: Spinex.

Hesse-Biber, Sharlene., Gilmartin, Christina, & Lydenberg, Robin. (1999). Feminist approaches to theory and methodology: An interdisciplinary reader. New York: Oxford.

hooks, b. (2000). Feminism is for everybody: Passionate politics. Cambridge, MA: Southend Press.

hooks, b. (1995). Art on my mind: Visual politics. New York: The New Press.

Humm, Maggie (1990). The dictionary of feminist theory. Columbus: The Ohio State Press.

Lather, Patti. (1991). Getting smart: Feminist research and pedagogy with/in the postmodern. New York: Routledge.

Lay, Mary M., Monk, Janice, & Rosenfelt, Deborah S. (Eds.). (2002). Encompassing gender: Integrating international studies and women's studies. New York: The Feminist Press.

Mohanty, C. T. (2003). Feminism without borders: Decolonizing theory, practicing solidarity. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Narayan, Uma, & Harding, Sandra (Eds.). (2000). Decentering the center: Philosophy for a multicultural, postcolonial, and feminist world. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Scwibs, Susanne. (2002). No compromise: Lessons in feminist art with Judy Chicago. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University [54 minute video].

Tong, Rosemarie Putnam (1998). Feminist thought: A more comprehensive introduction (2nd ed.). Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Unger, M. (2007). Vienna's lost daughters [DVD]. Polyfilm video, Mobilefilm.

Valenti, Jessica (2007). Full frontal feminism: A young woman's guide to why feminism matters. Berkely, CA: Seal Press.

Weir, Alsion. (2008). Global feminism and transformative identity politics. Hypatia, 23(4), 110-133.

Young, I. M. (1990). Justice and the politics of difference. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

 

 

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