EQ in 2015: Homecoming

Everything was allowed, the kids could contribute, all the walls/ceilings, floors were up for grabs, we romped through the garden, and threw down heavily the kitchen. The whole point was for women (and our strong male allies :)) to gather, in a space that is traditionally occupied by women, and to create art together in a non-traditional, non institutionalized way.

Review: Anna Chave at SFAI

The feminist art movement of the 1960s is characterized as the first time female artists’ works were recognized in art…