So, not the post that I had planned.

I ended up going to see Women Art Revolution at the Green Bay Film Society, so yeah, not really with what I was going to talk about; I still owe y’all.

So, if you haven’t seen Women Art Revolution, GO SEE IT! <–Or, if you Netflix, stream it.


I can’t even begin to write about right now, ya know?  Just—!!!

Also, because Lynn Hershmann Lesson and Stanford are completely awesome, they have an entire online archive of pieces and footage that didn’t make it into the final film because Lynn didn’t want anyone, or anything, to be excluded from this history.

Oh, I want to write her a love letter! *SWOONS*

Courage and cake and art for all!

2 thoughts on “So, not the post that I had planned.

  1. It was an awesome, thought-provoking piece. It’s definitely going into the “class must watch” bin for next semester! I learned a lot of stuff that I can use, no doubt. Basically, the film can be used for not only art, but humanities, and, I will venture, discussions involving autobiographical theory. So much trauma “writing” in the art pieces and the film itself. Great Q&A too (including some from a certain squid.)


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