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SUMMER ART PROGRAM AT THE WOMAN'S BUILDING INFORMATION SHEET RECOMMENDED READING LIST Century of Struggle by Eleanor Flexner, a history of the movement for women's rights in America. The First Sex by Elizabeth Gould Davis, matriarchal history and female mythology. Free and Female by Barbara Seaman, on the subject of female sexuality. Woman in Sexist Society edited by Vivian Gornick, an excellent and com- comprehensive anthology covering a wide range of feminist concerns. Art and Sexual Politics edited by Linda Nochlin, art historian. Linda Nochlin's essay "Why There Are No Great Women Artists" and responses. A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf, an essay on the necessary prerequisites for creativity in women. Three Lives by Gertrude Stein. Orientation, June 24, 10:00 a.m. The Summer Art Program will begin June 24, 10:00 a.m. with Orientation and Registration. Balance of tuition payments will be due in full on the first day. Each woman in the program will participate in a consciousness raising group and attend the Monday evening presentations. She may choose as many of the workshops as she desires. For women who plan to attend, a full evening program will include the Monday evening presentation, Tuesday consciousness-raising and at least one additional evening workshop each week. We look forward to seeing you on June 24th, In Sisterhood, Aleka Corwin-Hankin Margi Elliot Meg Harlam Carol Kaufman Laurel Klick Susan Mogul Suzanne Siegel
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