Chelsea Borgman is a graduate student at Penn State University. Her proposal titled, Inside the Dollhouse was inspired by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro's iconic work, Womanhouse. She will work with a group of teen girls to design and build a physical dollhouse that visually illustrates the students' personal experiences while commenting on current social and political issues that affect their lives.
Judy Chicago Research Portal
As part of her efforts to overcome the erasure that has eclipsed the achievements of too many women, Judy Chicago has placed her archives with three institutions. Her paper archives are at the Schlesinger Library for the History of Women in America at Harvard; her art education archives and "The Dinner Party K-12 curriculum" at the Penn State University Libraries; and her visual archives will be housed at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. These three institutions have collaborated to create the Judy Chicago Portal which will make these archives available worldwide. Click Here
Through the Flower Educational Resource Center
The Educational Resource Center at the Through the Flower Art Space includes a book and video library focused on women's art and history and feminist theory; computer stations for visitors to access various online resources including each of the three institutions that hold Judy Chicago's archives, and current arts and culture magazines. The Educational Resource Center is open for anyone to use during Art Space operating hours, or by appointment.