All posts in Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art

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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ARTnews!

Check out the February issue of ARTnews: This February, our focus is women in the art world. On the occasion of major shows, books, and…

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Judy Chicago Featured in New York Times Today

Judy Chicago and the Center are featured in today’s New York Times! Ms. Chicago, Party of 39? Your Table’s Ready in Brooklyn by Robin Pogrebin…

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WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution

If you are in Los Angeles, be sure to catch MoCA-LA‘s exhibition WACK!: Art and the Feminist Revolution, which opens March 4, 2007 and runs…

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The Feminist Future: Theory and Practice in the Visual Arts

Linda Nochlin, co-curator of the Center’s inaugural exhibition Global Feminisms, will be a respondent at this upcoming MoMA symposium: The Feminist Future: Theory and Practice…

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On Newstands Now: Ms. Magazine

The Center is featured in the Winter 2007 issue of Ms. magazine including articles about The Dinner Party and our inaugural exhibition, Global Feminisims. Home…

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SAVE THE DATE! Feminist Art Parade – May 19, 2007 12-6 pm

  Put on your dancing shoes, your hiking boots, your sandals, your sneakers. Stand up and be counted, show your support and gratitude for groundbreaking…

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Can you hear me now?

Joelle, the Museum’s Network Administrator, tests cellular signal from our rooftop. When the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art opens in March 2007, we…

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Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art Opens March 23, 2007

Happy New Year, everyone! The opening date for the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art is set for March 23, 2007. With the Grand…

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