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Oral history interview with Judy Chicago, 1995-1997

Springer, Julie
Art historian
Active in Landover, Md.

Chicago, Judy, b. 1939
Painter, Photographer, Sculptor
Active in Belen,N.M.

Collection size: 2 sound cassettes

Collection Summary: Oral history interview on two cassettes with Judy Chicago conducted June 17, 1995 by Julie Springer. Chicago discusses her artwork, exhibitions, and women in the art world. Also included is a copy of The Bookwoman, the publication of the Women's National Book Association, vol. 60, No. 3 Spring/Summer 1997, in which excerpts of the interview are published.

Biographical/Historical Note: Julie Springer is an art historian and a member of the Women's National Book Association. Judy Chicago (1939- ) is a feminist painter and sculptor in Los Angeles, Calif.

Donated 2009 by Julie Springer.

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