Join us on Sunday the 25th of September for the screening of an historical documentary by and about women, at the birth of the Women’s Art Movement in Fresno, California, 1971.
"Judy Chicago & the California Girls" is a lively and engaging documentary on a significant moment in the history of feminist art and pedagogy. Filmmaker Judith Dancoff gets lots of credit for recognizing and preserving a unique moment in the history of American art.
Doors Opening at 5.30 pm
Screening starts at 6.00 pm
Tickets include a complementary glass of wine.
Booking is reccomended!
More about "Judy Chicago & the California Girls":
The Director - Judith Dancoff
After receiving an MFA from UCLA, filmmaker Judith Dancoff worked in film and popular journalism for over ten years, with credits on Marcel Ophuls' "America Revisited", Johanna Demetrakis' "Womanhouse", and "Jimi Hendrix", before receiving a second MFA in Creative Writing from Warren Wilson College. Her novel Kahn's Law was a Heekin Award Finalist and her short stories and essays have appeared in Other Voices, Creative Nonfiction and the Alaska Quarterly. She teaches English and Creative Writing at Los Angeles City College as well as a private fiction workshop out of her home in theMt. Washington area of Los Angeles.