Judy Chicago is an internationally recognised artist, author, feminist, educator, and intellectual. Chicago pioneered Feminist art and art education in the 1970s at California State University, Fresno. Her mostcelebrated work, “The Dinner Party,” was executed between 1974-70 with the participation of hundreds of volunteers. It was permanently housed at the Brooklyn Museum in 2007. Chicago has also created other great collaborative projects: “The Birth Project,” housed at The Albuquerque Museum, “The Holocaust Project: From Darkness Into Light,” and “Resolutions: A Stitch in Time.”
In this episode of Living Juicy! Judy Chicago speaks about her 2006 exhibition, “Chicago on Glass," at the LewAllen Contemporary gallery in Santa Fe, NM.