Judy Chicago Catalogue
Judy Chicago
Chronology
1964-1966
UCLA Extension Program, Los Angeles, California.
 
1967-1969
University of California, Irvine Extension Program, Irvine, California.
 
1969-1971
California State University, Fresno, California--Assistant Professor; Founded First Feminist Art Program.
 
1971-1973
California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California--Faculty Member; Co-Founder with Miriam Shapiro, Feminist Art Program.
 
1973
Outstanding Woman of the Year. Mademoiselle Magazine.
 
1973-1974
Feminist Studio Workshop; Los Angeles, California--Founder/Instructor.
 
1975
College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minnesota--Artist in Residence.
 
1976
National Endowment for the Arts. Services to the Field Grant.
 
1977
National Endowment for the Arts. Individual Artist Grant.
 
1984
California Arts Commission. Sacramento, California.
 
Woman of Achievement of the World, Women's Pavilion, Louisiana World Exposition. New Orleans, Louisiana.
 
1988
Threshold Foundation. San Francisco, California.
 
1990
Vesta Award. Los Angeles Women's Building. Los Angeles, California.
 
1992
Received Honorary Doctorate in Fine Arts-Russell Sage College, Troy, New York.
 
International Friends of Transformative Arts. Phoenix, Arizona.
 
Streisand Foundation. Santa Monica, California.
 
1993
Thanks Be to Grandmother Winifred Foundation. Sag Harbor, New York.
 
1994
Service to the Field Award. Spertus Museum of Judaica. Chicago, Illinois.
 
1996
Proclamation, City of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
 
1997
The Getty Grant Program, for a conservation study of the Dinner Party.
 
1999
Indiana University - Bloomington, Indiana-- Artist in Residence.
 
UCLA Alumni Professional Achievement Award.
 
2000
Received Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters-Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
 
Honorary Doctorate in Fine Arts-Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts.
 
Duke University and University of North Carolina - Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina--Visiting Professor and Artist in Residence.
 
2001
Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky--Professor-in-Residence: At Home, an interdisciplinary project team-taught with photographer Donald Woodman.
 
2003
Received Honorary Doctorate in Fine Arts-Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
 
Pomona Arts Colony/Cal Poly Pomona/Pitzer College, Pomona and Claremont, California--"Envisioning the Future," an interdisciplinary and multi exhibition site project team-taught with photographer Donald Woodman.
 
2004
Lion of Judah Award. Washington, DC.
 
Visionary Woman Award. Moore College of Art and Design. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
 
2006
Vanderbilt University - Nashville, Tennessee--First Chancellor's Artists in Residence with photographer Donald Woodman.
 
2007
The Dinner Party will be permanently housed at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, as the center piece of The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art through a gift from The Elizabeth A. Sackler Foundation. Opening of the Center is scheduled for early 2007.
 
Lecture by Judy Chicago at McHenry County College. Crystal Lake, Illinois.
 
Lecture by Judy Chicago at the Los Angeles Art Show in Santa Monica. Santa Monica, California.
 
Dialogue between Gail Levin and Judy Chicago followed by a booksigning of Becoming Judy Chicago at the Albuquerque Museum.
 
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