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Women Who Transformed Art in the West: Complete Video

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ArtsWest Symposium at the Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco
March 19, 2018

Women Who Transformed Art in the West

An ArtsWest Program Featuring the Guerrilla Girls.

Sponsored by Stanford University and Minnesota Street Project in San Francisco, this public symposium celebrated the rise of notable western women artists during the last century and the prospects for achieving gender parity in the western art scene today.

The event is part of the Bill Lane Center for the American West’s ongoing ArtsWest Initiative.

Held Feb. 24, 2018 at Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco

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    This public symposium celebrated the rise of notable western women artists during the last century and the prospects for achieving gender parity in the western art scene today.

  •   Welcome by Andy Rappaport, Minnesota Street Project (00:00) cue video    
  •   Introduction by Bruce E. Cain, Bill Lane Center for the American West (02:41) cue video    
  •   Keynote: Arnold Kemp, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (05:41) cue video    

    The Dean of Graduate Studies at theSchool of the Art Institute of Chicago, Arnold Kemp gave the keynote address, “Conduct your blooming (artists' projects) in the noise and whip of the whirlwind.”

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  •   Comments on Cauleen Smith (16:11) cue video    
  •   The I Am Portfolio (17:39) cue video    
  •   Comments on Book “The Undercommons” (19:05) cue video    
  •   Panel Discussion (21:12) cue video    
  •   Marc Levin Introduces Panel (21:18) cue video    
  •   Moderator: Claudia Schmuckli, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (26:47) cue video    
  •   Statistics on Women’s Representation in Western Museums (32:43) cue video    
  •   Guerrilla Girl (Käthe Kollwitz) (37:23) cue video    
  •   Renny Pritikin, Contemporary Jewish Museum (59:25) cue video    
  •   Hung Liu, Artist & Professor Emerita of Art, Mills College (1:13:03) cue video    
  •   Claudia Altman-Siegel, Altman Siegel Gallery (1:24:46) cue video    
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