I see my work as a celebration of feminist culture, a celebration of us all as writers, artists, musicians, critics, craftspeople, farmers, carpenters, mothers, daughters, sisters, lovers, friends.
Sylvia Bate-Swall: A San Diego “Woman on the Water”
Female sailors have only recently made their presence felt in the nautical world of sailing. Continue reading “Women on the Water”
How four audacious girls created a legacy in 1892 San Diego. Continue reading “It Must Have Been Something In The Water”
Have you ever planned a table setting for 1,038 people?
Objects endure, but people don’t. Continue reading “Curator’s Statement: In The Age of Plastics”
Bakelite is not your typical plastic. This material has been used thousands of different ways and played an important role in the lives of many women in the 20th century. Continue reading “In The Age of Plastics”
This exhibit tells the stories of Chicana activists who inspired a cultural movement during the 1970s Continue reading Shoulders To Stand On