Women's Interart Center records, 1970-1981

Women's Interart Center, est. 1970
New York, N.Y.

Collection size: 0.6 linear ft. (350 items)

Collection Summary: Correspondence, business records, printed material, statements of purpose, essays and notes.

Biographical/Historical Note: Feminist oriented organization for women in the arts, located at 549 W. 52nd St., NYC. The center included a gallery and theatre, and held exhibitions, theatrical and musical events, poetry readings, film screenings, panel discussions, lectures and video performances. Jacqueline Skiles was a founder and co-director and Dorothy Gillespie was an artist-in-residence and eventually became a member of the board of directors.

Donated 1981 by Jacqueline Skiles, one of the founders, and Dorothy Gillespie, member of the board of directors, of Women's Interart Center.

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