This discussion seeks to address how institutions choose to or resist integrating feminism into their collection strategies overtly through mission statements and collection plans, and less overtly through daily management, presentation, and interpretation.
Chair: Saisha Grayson (Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum)
Panelists: Cathleen Chaffee (Yale University Art Galleries), Norman Kleeblatt (Jewish Museum), and Jenelle Porter (Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston)
This discussion was part of the 2013 TFAP@CAA Day of Panels. This event was video taped by Todd Schramke.
Links to other panels from 2013 TFAP@CAA Day of Panels
Queering the Museum: vimeo.com/61801049
Mining the Archives for a Feminist Pre-History: vimeo.com/61801052
The Artist as Archivist: vimeo.com/61801050
Sex in the Museum: vimeo.com/61801054