Our exhibition’s inspiration, Womanhouse, was a revolutionary art piece produced by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro in 1972. Womanhouse was all-encompassing: every room in a Hollywood Victorian house was converted into an installation gallery, each presenting radical views of gender through female identity. The meaning and role of gender in has changed over the last 46 years, and “Womanhouse, Revisited” asks artists to consider gender in the current day, paying tribute to the pioneering radical artists of the Womanhouse project.
The show will take place December 1st to December 2nd at The Harvard Advocate, 21 South Street.
Please submit visual artworks that deal with gender to the show. Drawings, paintings, sculpture, film, and other media are all invited. Artists of any identity may participate, and femme and non-binary identifying artists are especially encouraged to submit work. The final deadline for submissions is Friday, November 16th.
Please visit harvardstudentartcollective.com to learn more about Womanhouse, Revisited, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.