Collaboration and feminist art in Lincoln, NE

1 04 2012

Artist colleagues in Lincoln, Nebraska are celebrating the impact of Womanhouse and the Feminist Art Movement with their exhibition, Womanhouse v4.0: The House that Feminism Built. In addition to hosting a series of performances, lectures, movies, and discussions, they have facilitated a large-scale collaboration that has resulted in a fabric tent-house made of donated clothing that was cut up, drawn on, written on, pieced, and sewn together by many, many men and women.

http://unlwomanhouse.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/joan3.jpg

My essay, “Surviving and Thriving through Collaboration,” was published in their exhibition catalogue and can be read here.

 

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