All posts in Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art

Goodbye to Global Feminisms—Hello Ghada Amer!

Art handlers and staff go over packing details and take down wall labels. To the right, two large crates filled with works ready to be…

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Congratulations Melissa!

Although she’s been settling into her fabulous new position as the National Programs Manager at ArtTable for a few months now, CONGRATULATIONS are past due…

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More Global Feminisms Press

More international press about the Global Feminisms exhibition from Bulgaria! Diana Popova, “Boryana Rossa: Bio (art) and Cyber (Feminism),” Kultura Weekly, #33 (2472), October 3,…

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Italian Artists in New York

Two weeks ago, while the City was getting ready for the New York City Marathon, an event that gathers many people from Europe, I visited…

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The Art of Mary Beth Edelson

(Mary Beth Edelson, Double Agent, 2000. Courtesy of the Artist). With so much phenomenal attention on feminist art these days, its important to acknowledge that…

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Much More Than Meat Joy

(Carolee Schneemann, still from Fuses, 1965. Courtesy of the Artist.) This month there are a fantastic crop of programs showcasing the work of Carolee Schneemann,…

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The Guerrilla Girls are honored by Women in the Arts 2007

In 2002, the Brooklyn Museum’s Community Committee established a tremendous award to celebrate women artists, patrons, curators, collectors, and critics whose contributions have had a…

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Resisting Images: Women and Gender Studies Film Series 2007-2008

Information for those who are interested in women making film and video art. Rutgers University is running Resisting Images: Women in Film, Women’s and Gender…

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Women in Modernism Colloquium

Women in Modernism Colloquium at The Museum of Modern Art October 25, 2007 Do you still believe there is such a thing as all men’s…

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Feminist Symposium: “The F Word”

The F Word is an all-day symposium being held Friday, October 26 at the Alexander Library Teleconference Room. Registration is required, free and open to…

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Press for the Center

Dear Readers: Below is a list of press compiled about the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, the permanent installation of The Dinner Party…

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See Our Revamped Web Components!

You’re invited! Come explore The Dinner Party with our new Virtual Tour, which provides an amazing 360-degree view of the installation. The tour lets you…

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Alert! Wage Discrimination Update!

Good news! Last week, the House passed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2007. The bill is named for the plaintiff in the pay…

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August Programs for EASCFA

First Saturday Events – Saturday, August 4 7:00 p.m. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Forum, 4th Floor Film screening In The Time of…

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A Place at the Table

On May 19th, an amazing group of women came and celebrated the Center at the event, “A Place at the Table” and it was a…

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The Future of Feminist Art

Thank you Panelists! On Saturday, July 21st, a panel discussion was held in the Forum of the Center on The Future of Feminist Art. Four…

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July Programs — Please Join Us!

Film Screening as part of Brooklyn Museum Summer Movie Series Sunday, July 15 3:00 p.m. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Forum, 4th Floor…

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Thank You Craig Barnes!

  (Elizabeth Sackler & Craig Barnes) We would like to extend a gracious THANK YOU! to our speaker Craig S. Barnes for Saturday’s insightful lecture,…

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A Goddess Visits the Center!

Maura Reilly and Roseanne Barr, June 25, 2007. Photo © Adam Husted Dear Feminists, I’m giddy with excitement when I tell you that one of…

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Lecture on the “Lost Feminine” with Craig Barnes, June 30th

Please join us for an installment of The Dinner Party Lecture Series: Craig Barnes–In Search of the Lost Feminine Saturday, June 30th, 2007, 2-4 p.m….

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Alert! Wage Discrimination Ruling

We are a bit late reporting on this bit of news, but feel it is an important Alert! nonetheless. In the recent Ledbetter v. Goodyear…

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Congratulations Amy!

We would like to CONGRATULATE our former Exhibitions Research Assistant, Amy Brandt, on her new position as Assistant to the Directors of Arts Administration at…

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FAITH RINGGOLD LECTURE THIS SATURDAY!

This Saturday, June 2, 2007 2–4 p.m. Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd floor Come hear Feminist icon, Faith Ringgold discuss her groundbreaking work…

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FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION!

Global Feminisms Remix On View August 3, 2007 – February 3, 2007 Forty-four works selected from Global Feminisms will once again be on view at…

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Thank You A Place at the Table!

A HUGE, HEARTFELT THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS!First, we’d like to extend an extra special THANK YOU to the women of A Place at the…

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Pharaohs, Queens, & Goddesses Extended!

The exhibition in the Herstory Gallery, Pharaohs, Queens, & Goddesses, has been extended to January 20, 2008. The show, dedicated to powerful female pharaohs, queens…

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Explore the Feminist Art Base!

Our new Feminist Art Base currently has over 125 profiles and it is growing daily! We’re super jazzed because as far as we know, there…

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Artist Talk Videos Posted

In conjunction with Global Feminisms, 46 out 88 international artists featured in the exhibition discussed or performed their works in the Forum of the Elizabeth…

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Pics Posted!

Pics from May’s Target First Saturday have been posted to Flickr.

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Alert!

If you did not hear about the Supreme Court’s recent decision to uphold the nation’s first abortion procedure ban, please read this article on the…

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Global Feminisms in Artkrush

Paul Laster, editor of www.artkrush.com, just wrote us to check out his photographs of artists and curators at the opening of Global Feminisms. Also of…

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Pics Posted!

Pics from April’s Target First Saturday have been posted to Flickr.

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BrooklyNites April 18th 5-9 p.m.

In conjunction with the opening of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and its inaugural exhibitions, Global Feminisms and Pharaohs, Queens, and Goddesses,…

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Feminisms Without Borders Symposium

Thanks to everyone for making the Feminisms Without Borders Symposium such a great success! The speakers presented fantastic lectures that incited much dialogue and debate…

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Target First Saturday April 7, 2007

Join us April 7th from 5-11pm and celebrate the opening of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art!

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Bring Your Cell Phone

Due to crowds on opening weekend, The Dinner Party cell phone tour was inactive to give as many visitors as possible a chance to see…

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Speak Your Mind! Comment on Global Feminisms

If you came to the exhibition this weekend, you probably missed our comment kiosk. It’s easily missed behind a shopping rack in the exhibition’s shop…

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Event Photos and Web site!

As we open the Center, we’ll be posting photos to our Flickr page of all the opening events. Check out the first photos from this…

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Opening Events!

Sorry we’ve been posting less than usual—we’ve been swamped getting everything ready for the opening weekend. We’ve got a lot to mention! We’ve got a…

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The Dinner Party Feature in Bitch Magazine

From a Flickr post: nicola says: Bitch Magazine has a print article (no online version, sorry) about The Dinner Party, which is soon to re-debut…

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Symposium: Feminisms Without Borders

We’re hosting the Feminisms Without Borders Symposium. Advanced tickets are now available at the Museum’s Visitor Center in the lobby. Saturday, March 31, 10 a.m….

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More Recording (this time with a little make-up)

Linda Nochlin and Maura Reilly, co-curators of the Center’s inaugural exhibition, recorded the introduction to the Global Feminisms audio tour today. This tour, free to…

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Quiet Please: Recording in Progress

We started off this week with a full round of recordings for The Dinner Party audio tour. This tour, free to our visitors and delivered…

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Conservation for Pharaohs, Queens, and Goddesses

As we install our upcoming exhibition Pharaohs, Queens, and Goddesses, the Museum’s conservation team has been working on several of the objects that will be…

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Pre-Order Global Feminisms Catalogue

A fully illustrated catalogue, published by the Brooklyn Museum in association with Merrell, accompanies the exhibition Global Feminisms. Reflecting the global reach of the exhibition,…

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NYU Arts in Society Symposium

As part of New York University’s International Symposium on the Arts in Society, Linda Nochlin and Maura Reilly will be speaking together about Global Feminisms…

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Congratulations Linda!

College Art Association is honoring Linda Nochlin today as the Distinguished Scholar at the 2007 Annual Conference in New York. The Distinguished Scholar Session, entitled…

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Loading-in Global Feminisms

12 video projectors, 20 monitors and 32 DVD players were just delivered for the load-in of the Center’s inaugural show, Global Feminisms. The show consists…

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Web site Virtual Tour

When the Center’s Web component goes live in March, one of the most integral parts will be a virtual tour of The Dinner Party. The…

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