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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Sunday Feminism Blogging

6 comments:

Teacats said...

Wow. And so true. Society marginalized the importance of hearth, home, Mums, Artists. And they are showing the very Deepest Magic.

Jan at Rosemary Cottage

Teacats said...

And here's a few:

http://womenshistory.about.com/od/art/tp/17th_century.htm

Jan at Rosemary Cottage

Tess said...

Love the internet, this film trailer is spreading fast and it's SO important. Thanks.

Cari Ferraro said...

I was lucky enough to see this film a few weeks ago; it is truly extraordinary. There is a very moving interview with the sons of one of the artists; wise young men who know how important the work of their mother is, even though she had to go through nasty custody battles because of being "just" an artist. The film is a beautiful testimonial to the imperative to make art, and the special obstacles that women face, especially if they have children.

Cari Ferraro said...

I was lucky enough to see this film a few weeks ago; it is truly extraordinary. There is a very moving interview with the sons of one of the artists; wise young men who know how important the work of their mother is, even though she had to go through nasty custody battles because of being "just" an artist. The film is a beautiful testimonial to the imperative to make art, and the special obstacles that women face, especially if they have children.

raewytch said...

so important. thanks for adding this x