Knafel Center (formerly Radcliffe Gym) // Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
10 Garden St. // Cambridge MA 02138
If you ever took an art history survey course in college, then you most likely remember Judy Chicago’s iconic installation piece, The Dinner Party.
This afternoon, hear the artist in conversation with author and gender historian Jane Gerhard as they address topics of feminism, education and social change as related to art. The lecture concludes with a performance piece from Lelaina Vogel. If you’ve got time, stop in at the Schlesinger Library beforehand and browse the exhibited archives of Chicago’s papers (on view M-F 9:30-5, through 9/30).
Judy Chicago, The Dinner Party, 1974-79
(Image courtesy of Fischer Art History)
*Featured image courtesy of Elsa Dixler for NY Times