Friday, January 27, 2012
FIBER ARTIST/COMMUNITY CULTURAL ACTIVIST XENOBIA BAILEY WILL SPEAK ON A PANEL AT THE CAA 100th ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN LOS ANGELES 2/22/2012
GREETINGS FOLKS... I'LL BE SPEAKING ON A PANEL IN L.A. AT THE COLLEGE ARTS ASSOCIATIONS CONFERENCE: 2.22.2012, FROM 2:30-5:00PM.
I WILL SPEAK (PANEL TITLE BELOW) ABOUT THE ULTRA CREATIVE AND EXTRAORDINARY EVERYDAY WOMAN & GIRLS FROM MY COMMUNITY IN SEATTLE WASHINGTON, NEW YORK CITY AND OTHER COMMUNITIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, WHO WERE A VITAL PART OF MY EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND STILL INSPIRE MY VISION, DIRECTION AND IDENTITY AS A FIBER ARTIST/COMMUNITY CULTURAL ACTIVIST TODAY.
CAA Committee on Women in the Arts
“Necessary Positions”: Intergenerational Collaboration in Feminist Art and Activism
Wednesday, February 22, 2:30 PM–5:00 PM
Concourse Meeting Room 407, Level 2, Los Angeles Convention Center
Chair: Maria Elena Buszek, University of Colorado, Denver
(RE)PRESENT: An Ongoing Intergenerational Collaboration
Nancy Azara, independent artist, and
Katie Cercone, School of the Visual Arts
Still Partying: A Collective Response to Judy Chicago’s "Dinner Party"
Margaret Cuonzo and Liz Rudey, Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus
Losing the Mother/Daughter Plot? Bridging the Generational Divide in Feminist Art Practice, Theory, and History
Joanne Heath, University of Leeds
Paradise in Her Hands: Blasts of Inspiration, the Activation of Creative Flow, and the Discovery of the Wonder-Worlds of Fiber
Xenobia Bailey, independent artist
"Necessary Positions:" A Dialogue
Suzanne Lacy, Otis College of Art and Design, and Andrea Bowers, independent artist