VISUAL DIAIRES: Consciousness Raising Workshop

Visual Diaries traveling exhibition:
2009 Bridging Generations: Women Artists and Organizations from Rutgers' Collection,
Rutgers' University, Alexander Library, New Brunswick, NJ
2010 Suffolk Community College, Long Island, NY
2010 Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ
2011 Auburn University, Montgomery, AL
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Helen Stockton in conversation with other NYFAI students
Helen Stockton-NYFAI’S oldest student in conversation
with younger students, Winter 1980

NYFAI ORAL HISTORY PROJECT, Rutgers University Library
Housed at Rutgers University

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Special thanks to Cynthia Navaretta for her hard work and devotion in making the
Women Artists News,
a major chronical of the women's art movement in New York City.
Cynthia Navaretta's research files on women artists, circa 1970-2005 in the Smithsonian, Archives of American Art.

Thank you to Robyn and Joan Stockton whose mother Helen Stockton (pictured left) was our oldest student (1913-2005)
and who have contributed funds in memory of their mother to make the NYFAI oral histories possible.

Robyn Stockton (pictured right) passed away on December 13th, 2017. She will be missed.


Arverna Adams, Emma Amos, Helaine Aylon, Camille Billops, Louise Bourgeois, Sandra Branch, Helene Brandt, Peg Brennan, Rosemarie Castoro, Judith Chiti, Elaine DeKooning, Eleanor Dickinson, Mary Beth Edelson, Louise Fishman, Penne Franklin, Kathleen Gatuso, Tina Giraud, Barbara Hammer, Zarina Hashmi, Gillian Jagger, Jane Kaufman, Ellen Lanyon, Doris Licht, Lynn Miller, Cynthia Navaretta, Cindy Nemser, Frances Newton, Patsy Norvell, Irene Peslikas*,
Arlene Raven, Victoria Repetto, Susan Rothernberg, Miriam Schapiro*, Carol Shapiro, Jane Schneider, Carolee Schneemann, Amy Brook Snider, Nancy Spero, May Stevens, Helen Stockton, Merlin Stone, Carol Stronghilos*, Lenore Tawney, Regina Tierney, Marcia Tucker, Margaret Weber, Hannah Wilke, Betty Woodman



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