Getty Research Institute
Resource primarily comprises video recordings of oral history interviews and video compilations collected or conducted by the Otis College of Art and Design in conjunction with its exhibition, "Doin' It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman's Building (1973-1991)." A press release introducing the exhibition explains that from "1973 to 1991 the Woman's Building housed and supported the creation of highly original works in performance, graphics, literature, video and visual arts, and presented some of the leading women artists of the time, including muralist Judy Baca, artist Betye Saar, performance artist Suzanne Lacy, comedian and actor Lily Tomlin, and authors Kate Millett and Alice Walker, among others." According to the press release, the intention of the exhibition and related public events was to "document, contextualize and pay tribute to the groundbreaking work of feminist artists and art cooperatives that were centered in and around the Los Angeles Woman's Building in the ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
The collection principally comprises oral history interviews conducted from 2008 through 2012 as part of Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A., a research project that focused on the postwar (1945-1980) art scene in Los Angeles. The project was initiated by the Getty in collaboration with arts institutions across Southern California. Project organizers conducted an extensive series of oral histories with many of Los Angeles' key artists, filmmakers, curators, collectors, and critics. Many of the participating organizations were awarded funds by the Getty Foundation, which received the resulting interviews as part of the grant requirement. Material also includes recordings of lectures, symposia, and panel discussions; short documentary films; and printed ephemera (brochures, press kits, press releases, and other types of announcements) collected by the Getty Institutional Archives to document the exhibitions and events
Getty Research Institute
The Harmony Hammond papers chronicle the development of feminist, lesbian, queer and visual culture from the 1970s through the 2000s. Included is correspondence with luminaries of feminism and art such as Rita Mae Brown, Kate Millett, and Lucy Lippard, as well as documentation of lesbian art history assembled by Hammond over several decades
Cleveland Public Library
Box 1. Family correspondence and documents -- Box 2. Professional, personal, Akron Museum of Art -- Box 3. Death notice, Wolf auction, miscellaneous -- Box 4. Newspaper clippings -- Box 5. Scrapbook -- Box 6. Oversize documents and newspaper articles -- Box 7. Photographs -- Box 8. Photographs
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Correspondence, clippings, exhibition announcements, photographs of artwork
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Art reproduction, photographs of artwork, slides. Date of primary source material is from 1993
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Exhibition posters, artist writings, artist statements, catalogs
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Art reproductions, artwork information, biographical material, photographs of artwork, slides
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Resumes, bibliographies, biographical material, artwork information, clippings, exhibition announcements, press releases, transparencies
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Art reproduction, artist statements, artwork information, bibliographies, biographical material,clippings, exhibition announcements, exhibition posters, invitations, photographs of artwork, press releases, resumes, slides. Date of primary source material ranges from 1981 to 2010. Date of photocopied (secondary) material range from 1982 to 2007

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