The feminist art movement of the 1970s set off an explosion of artmaking and analysis that still reverberates in the art world today, and the Woman's Building in Los Angeles was one of the major centers of activity. Founded by Judy Chicago, Sheila de Bretteville and Arlene Raven in 1973 the Woman's Building organized, sponsored and fostered numerous programs, activities, and artists' groups. Educational programs included classes in visual arts, graphic design and the printing arts, performance art, video and literary arts.

Through this site, you will find out more about its history, programs, projects, and the women behind the vision.

The Art of Community