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Girl zines: making media, doing feminism

Author: Alison Piepmeier
Publisher: New York New York University Press 2009
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Over the centuries great women artists had been ignored, forgotten, or somehow denied; they had been largely left out of museums and histories of art. Along came Wilhelmina Cole Holliday, who boldly  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alison Piepmeier
OCLC Number: 1050076818
Description: 249 p. ill.
Contents: Table of Contents from: A Museum of Their Own Introduction: Raison d'Etre: For the Love of Art 1: Links in a Golden Chain 2: Preparing the Canvas for My Life's Work 3: NMWA--A Rose Called by Another Name 4: From the Temple of the Masons to the Temple of Women Artists 5: The Early Tours, The Library, The Membership Campaign, The State Committees and The Monthly Luncheons 6: The Grand Acquisitions 7: The Shows That Went On-The First Ten Years 8: More Room of Our Own 9: Special Gifts, Special Friends 10: Pursuing Our Mission-The Major Exhibitions of the Second Decade 11: The Legacies and The Future Appendix Chronology of Exhibitions: NMWA Publications
Responsibility: Alison Piepmeier.

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