From Content to Form: Judy Chicago's Pedagogy with Reflections by Judy Chicago

  title={From Content to Form: Judy Chicago's Pedagogy with Reflections by Judy Chicago},
  author={Karen Keifer-Boyd},
  journal={Studies in Art Education},
  pages={134 - 154}
In this article, internationally renowned artist and educator Judy Chicago reflects on her teaching and on my own interpretation of her pedagogy in three projects: Womanhouse (1971–1972), At Home (2001–2002), and Envisioning the Future (2003–2004). From a comparison of pre- and post-open-ended questionnaire responses given by 62 participants in the Envisioning the Future (ETF) project, I identified aspects of Chicago's methodology that make it unique from other studio teaching approaches… Expand
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