Through intimate interviews, art, and rarely seen footage, !Women Art Revolution reveals how the feminist art movement transformed our culture; challenging the public and academia alike on issues of gender, sexuality, class, free speech and race. A Q&A with director Lynn Hershman-Leeson, and artists Kathe Kollwitz from the Guerrilla Girls and Judy Baca will follow the screening. (2010, Dir. Lynn Hershman-Leeson, 83 min.)
Trailer for !Women Art Revolution
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