In honor of Judy Chicago and The Dinner Party, Through the Flower — working with the Penn State School of Visual Arts — has established an award for outstanding educators who have developed projects related to The Dinner Party K-12 Curriculum or other aspects of the Judy Chicago Art Education Collection.
This award — which consists of a check for $1,000 and a certificate — is given annually and administered by the Penn State School of Visual Arts.
Criteria: A project with students that demonstrates use of The Dinner Party Curriculum Project or other materials in the Judy Chicago Art Education Collection and furthers the goals of The Dinner Party, i.e., to extend understanding of and appreciation for the achievements of women. It is open to all teachers with preference given to those projects that most embody feminist goals.
Upload submissions digitally at http://judychicago.arted.psu.edu/news-events/submit-curriculum-project/ by Feb. 1, 2015. For files larger than 10 MB, use WeTransfer and send the files to Karen Keifer-Boyd at email@example.com. See instructions here. Please include your name and submission ID in files.
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Photo caption (left to right): Judy Kovler (TTF Director), Brenna Johnson, Judy Chicago, Karen Keifer-Boyd