Dinner and a Movie
After gathering nametags and institute materials, we will have introductions and an overview of the week. Then, we will move downstairs for dinner and a showing of "Right Out of History: The Making of Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party".
"Right Out of History" reveals the behind-the-scenes drama of this enormous undertaking — the meticulous research, the technical problems and financial pressures, and the amount of sheer physical labor involved in creating a symbolic history of women’s achievements.
Saisha M. Grayson, Assistant Curator at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art
Alexa Fairchild, School Programs Manager at the Brooklyn Museum
Amy Albert Bloom taught art to high school students for 11 years. She received her M..Ed. in art education at Kutztown University.
Trip to The Brooklyn Museum of Art
An exploration of The Dinner Party with colleagues and then with artist Judy Chicago!
Thursday was the day when those who worked on The Dinner Party got together for a potluck dinner. We want to honor that tradition, however, because we will traveling to the Brooklyn Museum on Thursday, we have planned to meet at Marilyn's house for a potluck on Tuesday at 5:30pm.