Judy Chicago is a ground-breaking, controversial, Jewish feminist artist born in 1939, who, to this day, is still creating innovative art forms. Her work changed forever our understanding of the role of gender in the art world and her research brought to light multitudes of accomplished women artists whose work remained buried in history. Evi Beck will give a brief overview of Judy Chicago’s life work, but will focus on the Dinner Party, Power Play, the Holocaust Project, and Meditations on Death and Extinction.
About Evi Beck
Evelyn Torton Beck holds Ph.D.s in both Comparative Literature and Clinical Psychology. She is Women’s Studies Professor Emerita at the University of Maryland and a Research Fellow with the Creative Longevity and Wisdom Initiative at the Fielding Graduate University. She has written and lectured widely on the intersections of sexism, racism, anti-Semitism, and homophobia. In 2021 she was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from a University in Vienna, Austria, for her interdisciplinary life’s work as well as her determination to change the world through education and activism.
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