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Poster by Anne Gauldin for a dance by Katja Biesanz with the Natural Movers.

FSW 1976.
Suzanne Lacy, the performance art teacher at the Feminist Studio Workshop, perched on a stool in front of the fifteen of us. Her back was completely straight and her thin body didn’t seem substantial enough for the huge multi-layer…

I was in the group show Break the Silence in 1985, to commemorate the 40 years of the Hiroshima Bombing. I was invited by Sheila Pinkel.
Later I was a volunteer member of the exhibition committee, and in 1986 curated a video show at the WB called…

1985-86

Shani Ginsberg and I decided that we deserved a degree for completing our two years of hard work in the FSW. So we designed this diploma and printed two of them (one for each of us) on pink satin on the letterpress in the Women's Graphic Center. I…

1979 May 26

This is a class photo of our Summer Art Program staff & students in 1979, the year I was a facilitator. I taught a performance class & it was a fabulous experience for me. A companion photo (which I also have) shows the same group after we all…

1979

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True story: In 1974 I needed a pigeon for my "Intimations of Immortality" piece in the Grandview Gallery II since a "bag lady" from MacArthur Park would be occupying a bench in the gallery as real time art and I thoughtshe needed pigeons for…

1974

I first heard of the Women’s Building through Time or Newsweek. There was a small, picture of some of the participants and a brief description of what was going on at 1727 North Spring Street in Los Angeles. I immediately thought, that’s where I…

1975-76

Ruth Iskin hangs work on the “Open Wall” at Womanspace, early in 1973. This safe place for women briefly occupied Amy Goldman’s old studio on Venice Boulevard, Culver City before the Woman’s Building opened downtown on Grandview. The custom…