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The Creative Woman Volume 05 Number 01
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TitleThe Creative Woman Volume 05 Number 01
DateSummer 1981
Issue TitleField Rotation: A Site Specific Sculpture by Mary Miss
Table of Contents03 Originals: American Women Artists by Eleanor Munro reviewed by Joan Lewis
06 Eternal Rainbows by Joyce Chizuko Morishita
07 Paintings of Feelings and Atmospheres by Sandra Salus Kamp
08 Building Harmony by Julie Haneman
09 Transience by Kathleen Crowley Cothroll
10 A Feeling of Dynamism by Barbara W. Graham
11 Judith Lacaria: Artist and Teacher - Interview by Lynn Thomas Strauss
12 Poem by J. Lacaria
13 Building Images: An Interview with M.S. Myrow by Lynn Strauss
15 Cosmosis: An Interview with Marlena Chandler by Lynn Strauss
17 Artist Meets the Environment: Mary Malone by Joan Lewis
18 Karen Page: Fiber Artist by K. Page
20 Photo Essay of "Field Rotation" - a Sculpture by Mary Miss photographed by Karen Deslierres and Buzz Hume
22 Time to Commence - address by Nancy Haegel
24 Letters to The Creative Woman
25 Let the Bird of Earth Fly - A Report on The Gathering by Helen E. Hughes
28 The Opening of Doorways - Poem by S. de Mattia
30 Announcements
31 A Little Original Sin, the Life and Work of Jane Bowles by Millicent Dillon and My Sister's Hand in Mine, the Collected Work of Jane Bowles reviewed by Carolyn Carmichael
34 Fireflies - Images of a Summer Night, How This Issue Came to Be, How New Topics Emerge
PublisherGovernors State University
EditorsHarriet E. Hughes, Editor
SubjectsWomen -- Intellectual life -- Periodicals; Feminism -- Periodicals
CollectionThe Creative Woman (Governors State University)
AbstractThe Creative Woman was a quarterly feminist journal produced at Governors State University from 1977-1992. Issues were comprised of articles, poetry, verse, biographical sketches, essays, non-fiction, fiction, book review, photography, and original graphics. The content featured the work of GSU faculty, staff, and others on a wide variety of topics of interest to women.
RightsAll rights held by Governors State University Library. For permission to publish, distribute, or use this text for any other purpose, please contact Governors State University Library, Governors State University, 1 University Parkway, University Park, IL 60484-0975 Attn: University Archives.
SourceUniversity Archives, Governors State University Library. Digitized with permission of Governors State University Library by the Internet Archive in 2012 with funding from CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois.
GSU ArchivesGSUA578
Internet Archivehttp://archive.org/details/creativewoman511981unse
ISSN0736-4733
Languageeng
TypeText
Formatapplication/pdf
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