Feminist Art Club

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Taught by Stefanie Lewin

Stefanie Lewin is is a Brooklyn-based educator, artist, and illustrator focused on social justice and equitable access in arts education.

Stefanie is the Education Manager at ESS Community Projects @ Eckford Street Studio, a non-profit community art space in Greenpoint. She has taught with various organizations and institutions around the city including Creative Art Works, the Whitney Museum, City Art Lab, and Free Arts NYC; has led workshops at MoMA PS1, Felicity House, and Huge, Inc.; and designed an afterschool Feminist Art Club for high school students in Baltimore. She earned her MA in Art Education from CCNY in 2016, and has a BA in Psychology and Art/Art History from the College of William and Mary.

When she is not teaching or drawing, Stefanie enjoys running, spending time in nature, and talking about her cat, Captain Augustus (Gus) McCrae. She used to play drums in a feminist punk band and if she were not an art teacher she would be a cowgirl.

For more information and to see her work, visit stefanielewin.com.


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Why is there an enormous triangular table at the Brooklyn Museum covered with genitalia-shaped dinner plates? Why was that Intro to Art History course you took in undergrad all about white men from Europe? How are art and feminism related, and what does it even mean for an artist to be feminist?

For answers to these questions and more, come join Feminist Art Club! In this three-hour workshop, you'll get a crash course in feminist art history through the ages and become familiar with notable woman artists and their contributions to the canon as we explore techniques in zine-making and create your own works of feminist art.

No previous knowledge of art history or feminism is required.


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