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The Woman's Building

In the 1970s, the Woman's Building in Los Angeles was a pivotal locus of activity for the feminist art movement. This website brings that history to life, providing information about its history, programs, projects, and the women behind the vision. A great place to start is with the History section which details the history of this important structure from its opening in 1973. Visitors will also find a photographic essay here that illuminates some of the work that has been housed within its walls. Moving on, the People section offers a bit of historical perspective on the women who founded the Woman's Building, including Judy Chicago and Sheila de Bretteville. The site is rounded out by the Programs area which features a listing of various seminars, exhibits, and lectures that took place on site.
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2014-04-15 17:04:57
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2014-04-17 14:26:53
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